Review For people complaining that there is no English, it might come to a shock but that is how the real test is. So I recommend you screen shot the page, put the image into the Google translate app, and learn the questions! This is definitely N5 level, no doubt. Maybe for learning purposes, the developer can add a separate category for learning the questions, but I don't think it's necessary. My only complaint is that it seems like the questions go on forever, no end, or score. It's good practice though.
Very useful If you are studying for the JLPT than this is very useful along with the n4,n3 et cetera. I found myself learning a slew of useful words simply as a result of their frequency. My one problem is that the questions get reptitive after a bit and you are never marked on the total amount of correct or incorrect answers.
Needs some polish I found the app changes the question when orientation changes or switching between apps, and popups can also interfere, and navigation back and forward seems a bit off also - all leading to a poor experience. I'm not sure about the answer quality - an answer made no sense, but might be a one-off.
This app seems super useful but Its ALL in Japanese. People who are at level n5 aren't fluent so it would be difficult to use this app. It really seems like it could help with the jlpt n5 but it seems like its targeted to people who are way passed that level because NOTHING is in English. Its like they just assumed n5 people already know a lot of Japanese.
Incorrect Answer As for the question "きのう、日本語の 辞書を 買いに 行きました、" the app chose the answer "nihongo no" which is absolutely incorrect. Do not download this app if you don't want to learn the wrong stuff. You better stick to the official test guide in the JLPT website instead.
A mostly solid app. This app is a solid study tool for all five JLPT levels, however, it treats all five levels as if the users are fluent in Japanese. I would give it five stars, but it needs hiragana and English for N5 and N4, then hiragana and kanji for N3, and then N2 and N1 can keep the kanji. As new learners, N5 and N4 will be only guesswork and not very helpful for learning without instruction. Even the tests use furigana on difficult kanji not used within that level. Perhaps provide a N-Primer app as an introduction?
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