-Added iCloud data synchronization between devices.
-Fixed the occasional blank screen during the learn mode.
-Fixed font sizes decreasing over time in the review mode.
-Made the writing lessons for 雨, 地 and 池 less stringent.
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Ratings and Reviews
I normally have trouble sticking with kanji apps but...
I’ve been using this for probably close to a year now, and it’s really helped with reading comprehension. I paid the money to unlock all the lessons and it’s totally worth it. There’s so much to learn and it’s so easy to do on the go. I’ve looked for a long time for a kanji app that’s a) more for the casual user (doesn’t send me a million updates/emails, but when you open the app it marks what you need to review; and b) actually makes kanji flash cards work. It teaches you the meanings of the radicals in English to build a foundation, leads you to connect them with the hiragana then kanji. Plus it has a dictionary with a search function, which is easy to use. Super cool program I’m really glad I have it. Even more happy after the update, because now it also looks really nice lol
Very best app for learning Kanji
This app is amazing, it is everything that I could have asked for in learning Kanji. I have purchased books, but staring at white sheets of paper and dealing with erasing and mistakes is quite annoying. Besides that, who wants to carry around drawing books to work or wherever else. This app is perfect because now you can learn to draw the Kanji and it makes you review previous lessons so you don’t forget. It’s on your phone so there are no drawbacks of portability, erasing, or buying new paper, plus you can take it anywhere with you and practice on the train, uber, or anywhere else. This is a very well put together app and the perfect tool for learning on the fly. The only problem that I can point out is that the pronunciations are inaccurate computerized readings. They should probably work on that.
The greatest kanji app!
As someone who has tried 10’s of Japanese learning apps. This one is by far the best. It’s divided into n5-n1 with 4-5 kanji in each lesson. You’ll learn the English meaning, how to say them, and what the kanji is. Just learn 2-3 lessons per day and run through all the ones you know with the review all feature and you’ll be amazed at how fast you learn to read them. I’ve had limited success with writing though. Pair this with the Japanese! App and you’ll be well on your way to mastery. I like these 2 apps better than Duolingo, Mondly, Lingodeer, and many others. Highly recommend!
- Howell Peebles
- 52.3 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Howell Peebles
- In-App Purchases
- Level 1 $1.99
- All Levels $9.99
- Level 2 $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.