IMI - Japanese Dictionary

IMI - Japanese Dictionary


IMI is a Japanese/English dictionary. The application is created with the Japanese learning student in mind. And as such comes with features that go beyond just looking up words.

Features:
- Relevant search results
- Color coded search results based on commonness
- Store words in collections for later study
- Extended conjugation and usage lists for verbs, i-adjectives and na adjectives.
- Example sentences for conjugations and usage of verbs, i-adjectives and na adjectives.
- Phone and tablet layout
- Flashcards (More study activities are coming soon)
- Beautiful kanji stroke order animations
- Explore words by searching by kanji
- Kanji details
- Growing romaji support

Future release features:
- More quizzes and mini games
- Syncing searches, collections and study progress across multiple devices
- Constant tweaking and optimization

... enjoy!

Recent changes:
Fixed a bug that caused crashing when using collection
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More bug fixes
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Improved search performance on devices with lower memory.
Bug fixes.
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Fixed some problems with romaji search
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Fixed bug where result list would not fully expand on word filter search
Fixed heading in word filter search
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User ratings
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File size
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About IMI - Japanese Dictionary
IMI is a Japanese/English dictionary. The application is created with the Japanese learning student in mind. And as such comes with features that go beyond just looking up words.

Features:
- Relevant search results
- Color coded search results based on commonness
- Store words in collections for later study
- Extended conjugation and usage lists for verbs, i-adjectives and na adjectives.
- Example sentences for conjugations and usage of verbs, i-adjectives and na adjectives.
- Phone and tablet layout
- Flashcards (More study activities are coming soon)
- Beautiful kanji stroke order animations
- Explore words by searching by kanji
- Kanji details
- Growing romaji support

Future release features:
- More quizzes and mini games
- Syncing searches, collections and study progress across multiple devices
- Constant tweaking and optimization

... enjoy!

Recent changes:
Fixed a bug that caused crashing when using collection
--------------
More bug fixes
---------------
Improved search performance on devices with lower memory.
Bug fixes.
----------------
Fixed some problems with romaji search
----------------
Fixed bug where result list would not fully expand on word filter search
Fixed heading in word filter search

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 20, 2015
Omg The single best dictionary/flash card app I've ever seen. No dictionary compares to this. It looks beautiful and is easy to pick out the pertinent information.
A Google User
Jul 12, 2015
Loved It ? Not Just Loved It Its The Best One !! No Words For This Dict. Best Of All !!!!!
A Google User
Jul 10, 2015
Awesome aap...loved it..
A Google User
Jul 9, 2015
Best I've found for Android Really good interface. I have problems with it crashing more frequently than it should but overall a good dictionary app. As a note to the developer, 道しるべ is listed in the search engine as being readどうひょう so it is impossible to find in the search engine without first converting みち to 道 which is inconvenient.
A Google User
Jul 9, 2015
Great app Great app, would be perfect if we could display furigana in the example sentences, and search for the words in said sentences.
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