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by Herleen Dualan on 20/08/2014
This app is a God-send. Kanji has never been this easier to learn! Though, in addition to the writing drill, I think a quiz mode wherein you type the answer instead of choosing from a set of four would be amazing! When using the multiple choice, I sometimes catch myself guessing the meanings of kanji or vice versa, ultimately resulting in not being able to fully memorize too many characters (espec
by JesusHatesSanta on 12/08/2014
I'm just starting to learn Japanese and this is the best kanji app I've tried so far. The radicals part has helped me the most. Knowing the radicals is key to remembering the rest of the more complex kanji.
by Nadira Rahman on 03/07/2014
If it weren't for this app and their website I believe I would still be having trouble getting past intermediate level Japanese. The fact that this app is always improving impresses me a lot and I'm looking forward to future additions to come.
by Leni Rolfson on 19/06/2014
GREAT tool for help with memorizing.. there is no way from getting away from memorizing, and this app is great!
by Jacob Hutchings on 17/04/2014
by Jay Jinn on 23/03/2014
Needs setting on the quiz, where you can set the number of kanji to be randomly quizzed on. Like 50, 100... versus all kanji.
by Robert May on 22/02/2014
Excellent flash card program. Even has an option for photographing kanji for identification!!!
by Becky Fever on 18/01/2014
Good stable app. Great for intermediates!
by Benjamin Huyghebaert on 31/12/2013
Easily the best kanji drills and flashcards I've ever used.
by Neill M on 21/11/2013
A great flashcard tool for studying Kanji, especially for the JLPT. I would, however, like the option of creating your own personal Kanji flashcard decks. :)
by Phatphong Ham on 17/11/2013
Great app for japanese leaner
by Jan Ask on 14/11/2013
I enjoy using this program as a flashcard learning tool. The new ocr looks exciting but is unfortunately currently not able to recognize anything I try. Galaxy note 2.
by Rod Harford on 08/11/2013
One of the best for memorising kanji. Very systematic and thorough.
by Jenna Appleton on 25/07/2013
Love that it teaches from radicals, reasonably clear and concise. Would like a little more comprehensive breakdown on how some of the example words are formed from the kanji in the flashcards but otherwise really excellent.
by Nigel Pearson on 04/06/2013