Love it!!! I had this on my ipod touch and I fell in love. It's so easy to learn from. Am so glad I found this in Google play. Was searching for a long long time. Can't wait to brush up and continue my studies. I would say though I hope you guys come out with Indonesia bahasa and filipino. Would love to keep you guys on my phone for all of the languages I want to study.
Needs improvements. Lower Quality Images compared to iOS Version. Lower Quality Text-Bubbles compared to iOS Version. Lower Quality "Flow" compared to iOS Version. More focus must be spent on the "Writing" section (my suggestion is to have the learner write the symbol repeatedly while the name is read, and then compare the writings to the example). Improvements are EXTREMELY NECESSARY in order to keep learning engaging.
Best Japanese learning app for grammar This app teaches you how to construct a sentence easily through repetition. The previous lesson's material would also carry over to the next lesson, which allows you to remember things from the previous lessons and not forget what you've learned so far. Make sure to turn on the kana display (instead of romaji) if you feel comfortable with them. It will help you learn the kanas quickly.
Lesson 13? Great so far, but I really feel like Lesson 13 need to be split into 2. So many things were introduced all at once that it gave me a headache and I struggled to memorize any of them, even with pausing and taking a break. I really felt like I was struggling!
Useful for the beginner Overall, this app is great for what it who it was intended for. I am disappointed with which information was chosen to be shown later rather than soon, introductions, apologies, and some other basic information were not shown until late into the lessons. In addition, even though I've completed all 51 lessons, it is still showing only 50 completed, even though I see 5 out 5 shown for each individual lesson.
Simple but effective - I get compliments on my Japanese, now I love this app. 好きです！I've been using a variety of apps, textbooks, and audiobooks/podcasts, but this has helped me tremendously. I like that it didn't immediately introduce "A は B です" like every single other learning tool out there. It starts and explains things differently. For some reason, these lessons stick in my brain. I think it's a combination of the hearing/seeing at the same time along with the repetition. Two suggestions: add the kanji next to the hiragana, and add a little writing (kinesthetic).