Elementary Kanji

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    Elementary Kanji

    by: 64 7.8

    7.8 Users



    Use the big on-screen Keyboard to enter romaji for the currently shown Kanji symbol (big on top) to test your Kanji skills. Don't know the Kanji symbol? Tap "?" to see its Hiragana readings and English translation(s).

    * Includes 1006 Kanji taught in Japanese elementary school.

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    Users comments for Elementary Kanji

    Jane Doe

    by Jane Doe

    Mar 06, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Easy to choose year of study, and unlike most other apps, forces you to learn Japanese pronunciations. Super useful. I only wish that it also had whole kanji words to practice based on the years (nihon, etc)

    Rick Harris

    by Rick Harris

    Nov 07, 2013  |  "OK"

    Should be simple but it's incomprehensible. There's a button called "set". Set what? "Swap key states". Huh? Asks for readings. Which ones? Kun readings I guess, since it's using hiragana. This app needs to explain better exactly what you're trying to do.

    Allan Weallans

    by Allan Weallans

    Sep 03, 2013  |  "Great"

    A good lightweight app for testing your knowledge of elementary kanji, though better for assessing how well you've learned than actually learning. Could be improved by remembering which grade you've chosen and your input setting between sessions. Some stats on how your accuracy rate has changed over time might also be nice.



    Apr 14, 2013  |  "Poor"

    UI isn't compatible with my tablet (archor g9 80). can not see the last row of the keyboard

    Caine Vernon

    by Caine Vernon

    Apr 13, 2013  |  "Poor"

    It often doesn't list the all the readings and there is no distinction between On and Kun readings. Also having examples wouldn't hurt. So inconclusive and of poor quality.

    Thomas Brisco

    by Thomas Brisco

    Mar 04, 2013  |  "Great"

    This program is straight forward to use (I can use any free moments), and the score tracking to measure my progress - I think if it as my "kanji game"! Hands-down this is the best program. I've been learning Japanese for a couple of years, and proficient with hirigana/katakana - but have struggled with many approaches to learning kanji. It'd be even more useful if the authors could repeat your