Magnificent! It's simply the best app I've ever had on my phone. As someone aspiring to be a graphic designer, first thing I looked at was layout – it's simple, but clear and very aesthetic. Then, of course, I looked at kanji itself and I was stunned. Not only there's a complete list of Jouyou Kanji, we have also additional characters and we have a translation, On' and Kun'Yomi readings as well as examples of each character used in a combination of word. It's simply the best kanji app available! Thank you!
A godsend for visual learners First kanji app I found that actually shows me all the kanji right from the start without having to search them myself one by one. It's just soo much easier and comfortable to simply scroll down the list and review them as you see them, only tapping a kanji when your eyes tell you so. The Quiz format is great and I love that you can see the readings right after your answer in that little bottom window. Beautiful design, immediate interface, actually useful features. Perfect for JLPT kanji learners and reviewers.
Information overload This app is great, all the way down to its design, ergonomics, GUI, and feel. There's nothing wrong with the app in the last few weeks I've had it and it's good at helping a person learn the kanji as it helps you keep track of what you've done and provides and expansive vocabulary for you to work with. I can't praise it enough! But to reap it's benefits you will need to put in time.
The app crashes when I rotate my phone when I'm answering the quiz. It also crashes when I try to select a kanji in the compare list. It would be nice if those problems were solved, and if there were more quiz types and some statistics about my learning progress. Other than that the app is really nice, I liked it a lot, and i am learning kanji quite well so far. The way the quiz works makes me learn unexpectedly a lot better than other apps I've tried before.
Just downloaded it and a little disappointed there is no stroke order, either by displaying it in real time or simply numbered. I understand you recommend another app for it and that is commendable, but having your own version, with of course "proper" stroke order, would do nothing but make an already great app even better. I am only giving this three stars for now, not only due to no stroke order, but because I have not tried this app in depth to be fair for the better or for the worse. (I have to rate in order to comment.) Even if the stroke order is never implented I will probably raise it to 4 stars, unless I find something crippling. Add proper stroke order and you definitely get 5 stars and recommendations.
Virtues of this app are in the UI, as described above. Seems to work OK, except cannot stay in the selected list when screen orientation changes (always resets to N5). But as for usefulness... with just one type of quizz (incidentally, one I need the least) doesn't carry this app very far and certainly cannot make the Obenkyo obsolete, as quircky as its UI may be. I will try to revisit this app in the future to see if it has grown in functionality, but for now, this is one quizz (with apparently no learning algorithms in it for intelligent frequency) is just not useful for me.
Fixed romaji displaying when should not
Fixed not displaying progress in navigation panel
Fixed subtitle for "Credits" in navigation
Fixed white screen in Kanji view on Android 6.0
Fixed the application not working on Android 6.0
Fixed a bug that would mark all level's Kanji as learned instead of just the selected ones
Fixed a bug that would not remove a Kanji from the selected tabs