Anki Aniki

Anki Aniki


"Anki Aniki is a useful learning tool for students of the Japanese language who are starting to learn Kanji or know some Kanji already. It is also an excellent way to learn for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test." - ghacks.net


Anki Aniki is your ULTIMATE study buddy for the JLPT! Learn all of the kanji for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test - levels N5 to N1! Learn, memorize, take quizzes, drill yourself with flashcards!


FAQ:
What is Anki Aniki?
Anki Aniki is a tool for learning the kanji that appear in the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). It covers all levels from N5 to N1.

What isn’t Anki Aniki?
Anki Aniki is not for learning vocabulary or grammar. It is strictly a tool for learning kanji.

Is Anki Aniki affiliated with AnkiDroid?
No. This app is not in any way affiliated with AnkiDroid/Anki.

How does it work?
Anki Aniki uses a Spaced Repetition System (SRS) to train your brain into memorizing kanji on a long-term level. Each day, you will learn 5 to 20 new kanji which you will be quizzed on. If you answer incorrectly for an item, it will show up sooner on a following quiz. Conversely, if you answer correctly on an item it will be longer before you see it again. The more you answer an item correctly without getting it wrong, the less frequently it will appear - until you have it completely memorized.

What are the prerequisites?
Anki Aniki assumes that you know hiragana. You will be tested on how to read kanji, and romaji is not provided. Realistically, you should not be attempting the JLPT or even learning kanji before you have mastered hiragana, anyway!

How Long Does It Take?
Learning takes time. Learning kanji (there are a lot of them) takes a long time. At minimum, it takes at least one and a half months for Anki Aniki to mark a learned item as memorized. To memorize all of the kanji in Anki Aniki it can take as little as 150 days or as much as 2 years depending on your ability and your ambition. Don’t let the numbers discourage you, though. It’s not a race. The main goal is retention.

Learn Kanji with ANKI ANIKI!

Recent changes:
Version 2.66

+ Fixed an issue where quizzes wouldn't load in Android 5.0 Lollipop
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About Anki Aniki
"Anki Aniki is a useful learning tool for students of the Japanese language who are starting to learn Kanji or know some Kanji already. It is also an excellent way to learn for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test." - ghacks.net


Anki Aniki is your ULTIMATE study buddy for the JLPT! Learn all of the kanji for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test - levels N5 to N1! Learn, memorize, take quizzes, drill yourself with flashcards!


FAQ:
What is Anki Aniki?
Anki Aniki is a tool for learning the kanji that appear in the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). It covers all levels from N5 to N1.

What isn’t Anki Aniki?
Anki Aniki is not for learning vocabulary or grammar. It is strictly a tool for learning kanji.

Is Anki Aniki affiliated with AnkiDroid?
No. This app is not in any way affiliated with AnkiDroid/Anki.

How does it work?
Anki Aniki uses a Spaced Repetition System (SRS) to train your brain into memorizing kanji on a long-term level. Each day, you will learn 5 to 20 new kanji which you will be quizzed on. If you answer incorrectly for an item, it will show up sooner on a following quiz. Conversely, if you answer correctly on an item it will be longer before you see it again. The more you answer an item correctly without getting it wrong, the less frequently it will appear - until you have it completely memorized.

What are the prerequisites?
Anki Aniki assumes that you know hiragana. You will be tested on how to read kanji, and romaji is not provided. Realistically, you should not be attempting the JLPT or even learning kanji before you have mastered hiragana, anyway!

How Long Does It Take?
Learning takes time. Learning kanji (there are a lot of them) takes a long time. At minimum, it takes at least one and a half months for Anki Aniki to mark a learned item as memorized. To memorize all of the kanji in Anki Aniki it can take as little as 150 days or as much as 2 years depending on your ability and your ambition. Don’t let the numbers discourage you, though. It’s not a race. The main goal is retention.

Learn Kanji with ANKI ANIKI!

Recent changes:
Version 2.66

+ Fixed an issue where quizzes wouldn't load in Android 5.0 Lollipop

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A Google User
Nov 19, 2014
Simple, Clean, Effective Very well put together and effective learning app. Have used a lot to learn Japanese over four years of studying, but this is one of my favorites. Like anki but specialized, focused, and very pretty. Paid version gives you common vocab and more detailed readings for each. HIGHLY RECOMMEND! If you're serious about learning the paid version is the best (for cheap.) Free is still effective but having common vocab will help you remember much more easily.
A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
Very useful Great presentation of the spaced repetition system.
A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
Still crashes and messes up progress After which quiz questions no longer have the right answer.
A Google User
May 29, 2014
Really good I really liked the free app so I bought this to show my support. EDIT: I previously had a suggestion here, but deleted it because it would encourage cramming.
A Google User
Mar 30, 2014
Some problems, overall good I like this app. The quizzes make review more enjoyable than the dryness of flash cards. However, I have certain problems on my droid 4. Upon completing a quiz, the program takes as much as 3 minutes to load my results, often crashing midway. Trying to access results afterwards is the same. Sometimes the app will short circuit and claim I took a quiz I didn't, giving me a zero for the day. For an app I paid for, I am surprised to deal with difficulties like these, but overall it is good.