It's definitely interesting. Things I like: Utilizing my Samsung Note 5 to its fullest with the stylus. 2. The vast amount of words. Things I'd like added or changed: I hate self reporting on apps. I'd prefer if the app could grade you itself, especially for a paid subscription app. If it's free then I get it. 2. Then there's the very strange way of adding words. I'd prefer something less reliant upon me deciding to add new words at what point.
The app is way larger than most, which is annoying when you have limited space. Plus it never tells you when your reviews are done, it just makes you do the same stuff on endless repeat. I got a month free trial by tweeting at the app people but I wouldn't recommend this app. It's still got some work to do.
It's way too expensive for what it is, but I really like it. I have ran into a problem where if the pronunciation list is too long, the meaning in English won't show.
I enjoyed my 7 day trial but no way would I pay 14€ a month for something like this.
It won't let me creat an account. It keeps saying "unknown error".
Skritter is a fantastic service that I have used for years to help learn Japanese. I used to use their web app to study, but now mostly use the iOS app on an ancient iPod Touch. This Android app is great because it allows writing kana, as well as kanji; the iOS app does not support kana. Unfortunately, though, the Android app is missing some very important features that are present on every other platform I've used Skritter on, such as indicating how due/overdue an item is and when it was last studied, and anything but the most basic interactions with vocabulary lists. I still use Skritter every day, and I can't wait to be able to retire my iPod Touch (only used for Skritter anymore) and only need this Android app for practice once it has been improved enough.
- Fixed dot related stroke recognition order
- Fixed hiragana stroke shape for "re"
- Trim whitespace from login and signup fields