Obenkyo

Obenkyo

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Comments and ratings for Obenkyo

  • (77 stars)

    by Janet Hubilla on 09/04/2014

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    by Jeffrey Flores on 01/04/2014

    Just great nothing else

  • (77 stars)

    by Nathan Jenkins on 31/03/2014

    Ive used this for a year and has been an invaluable aid. Especially as reenforcement for vocab and stroke order. The selection between JLPT grade and Elementary grade especially helped with my students!

  • (77 stars)

    by Lemuel Lopez on 28/03/2014

    Amazing

  • (77 stars)

    by darklightlink24 on 20/03/2014

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    by Tashauni Wilson on 19/03/2014

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    by Leon Kent on 18/03/2014

    This is free and very comprehensive for the learning of the JLPT levels. Did I mention it's free?

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    by Jeremy Panlasigui on 16/03/2014

    Could use a little work on navigation back and forth between different pages for reference. But it is rich in content and easy enough to use.

  • (77 stars)

    by Christian Setia Putra on 14/03/2014

    This app really help me a lot. Thanks.

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    by Robert Santos on 13/03/2014

    Simply the best single japanese language resource.

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    by Mangesh Purekar on 07/03/2014

    Checked many apps, this one stands at absolutely top, excellent app.

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    by Alladjex Anomality Alchemy on 05/03/2014

    Výborná doplňková aplikace k Anki pro studium znaků. Testová režim jsem začal používat až po nějaké době studia kanji, ale teď se k němu pravidelně vracím.

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    by Jonas Nordgren on 05/03/2014

    I really like the grammar section. One feature I think would complete this app would be an alarm clock feature where you have to answer quiz questions, (kanji or vocab etc.) to turn it off. A similar feature, for math, I have used in a different app works

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    by Dian Atamyanov on 02/03/2014

    This is a key tool for anyone learning Japanese. It's got everything you need inside with a neat user interface and lots of training exercises.

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    by Tom Kedem on 01/03/2014

    Has everything to kick-jump your Japanese. This is the only free tool I found with Kanji writing recognition, and while it's not perfect, it's good enough (and you can manually correct the recognition). Tae Kim is also an excellent source, and is probably