Obenkyo

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4.7
27.2K reviews
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Everyone 10+
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About this app

Learn Japanese hiragana, katakana and kanji, and test yourself by drawing, or multiple choice.

This application helps you memorize:
- Japanese syllabary :Katakana & Hiragana, with flash card, keyboard, or drawing recognition
- Numbers, in romaji, Hiragana, or kanji
- 2300+ japanese kanji's (level 1-5 JLPT or Jouyou 1-7) with stroke animation (source KanjiVG), translation, readings (Source KanjiDict) with flash card and drawing game.
- 14600+ japanese words (in english) from EDICT with flash card test
- Experimental gramatical particle test (around 100 sentences from project Tatoeba) central to japanese language.
- Tae Kim Japanese Grammar guide.

- new locales (German, Spanish, Russian, Portugues, Thai, Polish, Chinese, Swedish and French), if you can help me adding new locales please contact me.

SD write authorisation for write Database to SD card

Analytic (Flurry.com) and Ads can be disabled in the settings.


-- If at install you have an error "unknown 18", try to remove your MicroSD car and install again. If it still don't work try to send me a mail (thanks for the help Matthiew)
Updated on
Sep 24, 2018

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4.7
27.2K reviews
Oliver Santos-Hamer
May 17, 2021
This app is absolutely great for studying kanji. Not only does it let you test by writing (its forgiving enough that wonky finger phone writing is recognized) but it'll even let you know if your stroke order or direction is wrong! The ads, at least in my experience, are unobtrusive banner ads, no loud, in-your-face pop-ups that I've had to tap or swipe away in the middle of studying, which is a welcome change of pace from many other free JP learning apps I've tried!
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A Google user
May 23, 2019
So far my favorite app for studying japanese. It shines mostly for kana and kanji. There's too much vocab grouped together to really use it for that, but it's an option that's there if you need it. It also comes with a lot of information to use to study any part you're having trouble with. If I could I'd like to organize vocab based on the Genki books. I could import a new list for each chapter, but I'd have to modify an export myself and know all the things in each chapter.
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mike ike
September 22, 2020
Great app -- love the handwriting practice. The handwriting is still in beta so it's a little overly strict sometimes, but overall it's great. One feature that I'd love is a speed reading practice -- perhaps have it flash words 1 kana at a time at a set pace, and then have you type it. Speeding up until you are reading words/sentences pretty quickly. I think it'd also be great to have a version of the handwriting with where you only hear audio instead of seeing it. Thank you devs :)
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What's new

Technical update to change Android API version and change to disable tracking in adds