Basic Japanese (Tablet)

Basic Japanese (Tablet)


Super cool android tablet app for learning Japanese. Hello-Hello’s Basic Japanese app is a great way to build your vocabulary. The app has the following features:

★ More than 1,000 words and phrases
★ 3 different modules for learning the words
★ Practice Reading Skills
★ Practice Speaking Skills
★ Practice Writing Skills


This app allows you to learn words using pictures and then practice these words so that they are easier to remember.

Hello-Hello also has a Conversational Course App that is a robust language course with 30 conversational lessons. The courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000 educators.

ABOUT US

Hello-Hello is an innovative language learning company that provides state-of the art mobile and online courses. Founded in 2009, Hello-Hello launched the world’s first language learning app for the iPad. The company’s first app was included in the limited 1,000-app Grand Opening of the iPad App Store in April 2010 and featured as an Apple Staff Favorite. Our lessons were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) which is the largest and most respected association for language teachers and professionals.

With over 5 million learners worldwide, Hello-Hello apps are among the top selling language learning apps in the U.S. and internationally. Hello-Hello has over 100 apps teaching 13 different languages available on the iPad, iPhone, Android Devices, Blackberry Playbook and Kindle.
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3.5
User ratings
83
Installs
10,000+
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File size
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About Basic Japanese (Tablet)
Super cool android tablet app for learning Japanese. Hello-Hello’s Basic Japanese app is a great way to build your vocabulary. The app has the following features:

★ More than 1,000 words and phrases
★ 3 different modules for learning the words
★ Practice Reading Skills
★ Practice Speaking Skills
★ Practice Writing Skills


This app allows you to learn words using pictures and then practice these words so that they are easier to remember.

Hello-Hello also has a Conversational Course App that is a robust language course with 30 conversational lessons. The courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000 educators.

ABOUT US

Hello-Hello is an innovative language learning company that provides state-of the art mobile and online courses. Founded in 2009, Hello-Hello launched the world’s first language learning app for the iPad. The company’s first app was included in the limited 1,000-app Grand Opening of the iPad App Store in April 2010 and featured as an Apple Staff Favorite. Our lessons were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) which is the largest and most respected association for language teachers and professionals.

With over 5 million learners worldwide, Hello-Hello apps are among the top selling language learning apps in the U.S. and internationally. Hello-Hello has over 100 apps teaching 13 different languages available on the iPad, iPhone, Android Devices, Blackberry Playbook and Kindle.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 10, 2014
I don't like it The text is not showing ! This app isn't working well on my phone and i can't use it . Please do something about it
A Google User
Sep 14, 2013
Very bad audio, it's sound like they just woke up.
A Google User
Jul 16, 2013
Not that good ';
A Google User
Sep 4, 2012
Sucks Horrid ui. Very little content
A Google User
Sep 4, 2012
Sucks Horrid ui. Very little content
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