Favorite Japanese learning app Love this app, it literally puts everything that I need together, it's an amazing guide. It's not easy to use if you're a complete beginner but if you know what you're looking for, there's no way Obenkyo doesn't have it.
Excellent Perfect companion app to the textbook "Genki". The only compaint I read was the lack of pronunciation. I'll try to help. A sounds like "ah". E sounds like a hard "A". I sounds like a hard "E". O sounds like "oh". And U sounds like it does in sushi or soup. A few exceptions exist. U often sounds silent when Japanese is spoken at normal speeds. An example is desu, used to end a sentence formally. Beginners often pronounce it as it would sound when spoken slowly for emphasis, as "day-sue". It is usually pronounced as "dayss", not to be confused with the English for multiple days which sounds like "dayZ". Another important exception is R. That sound doesn't exist in Japanese, nor an L sound. Their R's sound similar to a combination or L and R. It's often hard to get used to, so it's recommended to listen closely to it spoken to understand. I hope this helps anyone that had questions on that! It helps greatly when learning the amazing collection of vocabulary and Kanji in this app.
Two major flaws 1) Weird randomization for answer positions in the quiz. Some answers always stay at the same place. For example, answer for 急 was in the 6th position for 47 occurrences I had in JLPT4 and 5 tests. 2) Too many readings and definitions for kanji. As a result you have to scroll the answer list and you start to form incorrect associations by the length of the answer, not by it's meaning/reading.
All you need, for free My favourite App. Very useful test options. Always had ads turned on but I never noticed any. Did not expect a grammar section but the explanations are way better than in my textbooks. Every now and then it crashes and the automatic recognition when drawing kanji can be really annoying, though.
My savior!! Thanks for helping me kill useless time on subway 2 hours everyday by learning and actively studying japanese! Obenkyo wa kakkoiii!
This is really good for practising your kana Since I've gotten this app I've been learning around 20 kanji a week, it helps you through all aspects from the definition, shape, pronunciation and even the stroke order, it's not the best for learning grammar, but that's why I have tae Kim's app
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