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About this app

Learn your Vocabulary and Kanji for the JLPT with this clean and simple flash card application.

This application uses an algorithm to remember which cards you've mastered and which cards need to be reviewed so you can make the most out of your study time. You can control how quickly words return and how many words you're studying at a time so you can study at the pace that is the best for you!

-> Limit the number of words being studied at one time
-> Control whether Kanji, Kana, or Romaji are displayed
-> Mastered words will return after an amount of time, that you can control with 5 speed settings
-> Simple interface with large buttons so you can study with one hand free
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Jul 21, 2018

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10 reviews
P Tomm
February 20, 2023
Was a really good app I used it daily but for some reason now the hiragana/katakana underneather the kanji is cut off and I cannot read it unless I tap on the kanji. Tried reinstalling and checked if it was a display setting "error" on my phone but unfortunately nothing worked and I had to uninstall the app 😞
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Scott Leech
July 17, 2021
Quite good. Bit peeved that it offered 2 identical answers in one multi choice. Was a 50 50 chance as they were both correct.
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A Google user
April 9, 2017
The app has lots of good words, but you can't change the settings. If you turn off romaji or kana, the slider resets when you leave the settings page. The kanji is great for English to Japanese, but it would be nice to have the on or kunyomi available to study on flashcards.
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July 21, 2018
Hello Tyler, thank you very much for your feedback! On and kun readings are available for kanji by clicking the "detail" button on the top right corner, they're also more prominently displayed in the new hidden answer mode. That bug on the settings page should be fixed in the new version, thanks for pointing it out.

What's new

-New hidden answer mode for added difficulty
-You can now export and create a backup of your progress to keep it safe
-Clicking on a kanji vocabulary word will now give you a breakdown of it's components
-Bug fixes