My only regret is i also took a college class I could have saved 600.00 if I had found this sooner. This is doing a swell job teaching, compared to my "sensei" in school, and that's sad (for him) everything we've covered in my class, this (even though the lite vs) is doing twice the explaining of everything between. Luckily in the same order, but man this app is good!
Good so far I am only up to chapter 6 but if this is any indication of what's to come I will definitely be looking at buying. My only issue is that I would like to have the hiragana/katanagana sections be also accessible in the menu. If I want to check stroke order or the tips it's pretty annoying to have to rummage through each chapter to find them.
Best Japanese learning app around I keep seeing people complaining about the fact that this is a trial or demo of the full app, but that's not a bad thing at all. It's an amazing app and it's very well laid out. I have a few Japanese born friends who have given the app a look over and even they have said it's very good and teaches you in a more personal manner, rather than something from a textbook.
Several times I hear ü pronounced as oe like in English you! えい like eiy. You say English learners learn Japanese is easier than for Japanese learners learn English. To me it's even more difficult because my native language is Dutch, my knowledge of English is only high intermediate level. I already also downloaded the intermediate level lessons of your lessons. Is an advance level in develop progress as well?? A pity that 11,99 € is too much for my very low income :) Thank you.
Very simple, yet oh so effective This is such a great aid in learning Japanese. I struggled for months trying to teach myself hiragana and katakana. However, in a couple of days, this app very simply, but very efficiently, taught me all of the syllables. Now I don't get them confused with each other as I did with many of the similar syllables (like まvs.も, はvs.ほ, ぬvs.め, etc) before. It even involves some other info besides on the language itself (like the geography) which is also super helpful. I definitely recommend this to anyone. ʕ•ٹ•ʔ
In the past 2 weeks I've tried 4 apps (willing to pay for a good trial experience) and spent countless hours searching the internet for a well-rounded, quality and enjoyable method for actually learning (not MEMORIZING) Japanese and was disappointed each time. One last search revealed Human Japanese Lite and reading the intro was all I needed to know this is the one. Either this guy just has a way with words or he simply enjoys creating a fun experience for learning a new language... or both. Buying the full version now and will review again, but I have no doubt it will be positive. Nope, I'm not a plant... just relieved.
- Fixed an issue that caused a crash under certain Display Size settings.
- Fixed an issue that prevented pages from being displayed properly in Android N.
- Fixed an issue that prevented Katakana Freestyle Quiz settings from changing on the first try.
- Fixed misc other typos, etc.
- Removed several permissions that are no longer required.
- Fixed an issue that caused a crash for devices running Android 4.0.3 and 4.0.4.
Learning Japanese communication through common sentence patterns