The app has a robust catalogue, but it's poorly designed and annoying to use. Just one example: after you make a mistake, you can click a "Try Again" button to try again... but if you tap anywhere other than that button (including while the clunky animation hasn't finished showing the page yet), then you close the page and skip to the next character instead.
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Nice and easy app to learn kanjis whilst learning the order of the strokes when drawing them. Might be improved by: - giving the several meanings of a kanji, not only the main one - adding options to hide the kanji whilst drawing it. Might even consider tho show the kanji until silver level, flash it before hiding it at gold, then adding a platinum level where the kanji is no more shown.
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All in all, I've memorized more kanji with this than any other source. Great companion app to use aside Duolingo. Only complaint I could think of was that the drawing detection can be a little too strict at times, especially with longer horizontal lines. But hey, I'm still learning the kanji, even if the app says I got it wrong :P would also recommend to users to grab a notepad at the same time to drill each kanji.
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