Really good! This application is great for people learning kanji for the first time that are fluent in kana, or for those wanting to extend their vocabulary/review it. My only problem is that there is a bit of a bug when you scroll down, if you let go when scrolling through the words for kanji it often goes to the next page/kanji. However already in a day I've learnt all the basic kanji. - from a GCSE Japanese student who received an A in speaking
I've learnt more Kanji from this app than any other! Thank you for creating an app I will always be able to come back to when I want to explore some new Kanji. The design is a little old fashioned but it's still no problem to learn with. I like it a lot and would recommend it to anyone who's progressed past katakana and wants to read more Japanese. Currently though there is a bug in the quiz JLPT 3 Group 1 Sub Group 9 that causes the app to freeze on a white screen. Not a big problem but is worth a fix I think!
Good pacing Each stage builds on the one before, and reinforces skills. It would be nice to have to option of romanji, but it's good kana practice, so I suppose I'll just have to knuckle down to mastering kana first. One problem - some of the review text is too small for me to read. Please support zooming in the next upgrade.
Ok Design is terrible, scrolling is laggy. I find it annoying that I know hiragana 100% all the time (for kunyomi readings). Now I must either trust my gut feeling when unsure or have a dictionary at hand. Neither is pleasant. Otherwise, it's a useful app before Duolingo releases Japanese, lol.
Perfect App for learning kanji I have been struggling to find a good app to learn kanji and here it is :Tengugo Kanji! Tengugo Kanji is better than any apps I have downloaded which actually has a pretty high rating. This app explains every thing in detail. For example, about the kun-yomi and on-yomi. I like how they have tests, that you can redo again and again to test your ability. And that's not all! This app is the perfect one if you want to learn kanji, I totally recommend it. :)
Has its flaws but still useful There are a few obvious mistakes, e.g. 最後 does not read さいしょう, and most of the subgroups 9 in the JLPT quizzes don't work. Looks like a bug. There are also a lot of cases where the meaning of the kanji isn't the same as that of the kun yomi word, so it would have been nice to have a test based on it too.