Hiragana Pro

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.6
8.23K reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Study
Reference a complete list of basic characters, variants and combinations.

Workout
Practice via systematic repetition.

Quiz
Test your knowledge. Aim for accuracy and speed.
Updated on
Feb 23, 2018

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4.6
8.23K reviews
Chaz
May 5, 2022
So I used to use this on my S7 Edge, it worked fine. Haven't been using it for over a year now because it stretches horribly on my s21 ultra screen. Couldn't ever find a fix, thought the app wasn't updated yet, but guess I was wrong. Don't know if it's anything on my end but it would be nice to see some support for this. (Also on the katakana app too)
10 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 11, 2018
Of the several attempts I've made to learn Japanese, this app is the best. There are some differences in symbols and the brush stroke versions (different breaks and what not) so I wish there was a toggle or a way to show both but it's done far more for me than any other method. Introducing you to the symbols with the 3 choices and then switching to typing made for a natural progression to learning. The speed tests are incredibly fun also, definitely worth the money if you plan on starting out learning hiragana. I can't speak for the other app (for katakana) as of yet, but I would assume it's of equal quality in teaching.
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A Google user
November 1, 2018
I've used so many other apps that assume you already know hiragana and I've spent so much time trying to just remember all of it with Quizlet. Not fun. This app seems to analyze how you answer and it picks good spots to throw in the characters you consistently miss so that you can learn from your failures. I came in knowing maybe 20% of hiragana and within half an hour I memorized all of it. Really nice job at matching the progression of difficulty to my progression of learning. It never felt difficult or frustrating, I would just miss some of the characters when I'd first see them, and the next time they'd come around, I'd usually remember them. Seriously, really good job with analyzing how I learn.
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What's new

Added German translation
Added Portuguese translation
Added high contrast theme