Kanji Senpai

Kanji Senpai


Kanji Senpai will help you learn Japanese vocabulary and kanji.
By using a spaced repetition system (SRS) you can memorize the different aspects of each vocabulary: meaning, pronunciation, reading, listening, writing, etc.

Included it's the N5 level of the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) vocabulary list and you can download (for free!) all the levels (though N1).

Ah! This app assumes you've already mastered hiragana and katakana.

FEATURES
• Study several vocabulary aspects: reading, listening, writing, meaning and handwrite
• Answers are not so easy so you will really learn that the kanji for "person" is 人 (hito), no 八 (for example)
• Lists can be downloaded and upgraded
• You can a study a session without audio questions (in case you're in a public place with no headphones)
• There are vocabulary translations for English and Spanish
• You can create custom lists

If you are serious about learning Japanese, you can download premium audio packs for the study lists (don't worry, it's cheap!). These audios are professionally audio recorded from a Japanese native teacher that will help you master the vocabulary.

The Audio pack for a list (inapp purchase) will unlock:
• Audio for words
• Audio aspect (you'll be asked for listening questions)
• Kanji handwritten aspect (you'll have to draw and self-evaluate kanjis)
• Ads will be disabled
• Unlimited custom lists

With your support, the application will evolve with new exciting features.

Recent changes:
Version 2.0.3

• Fixed a few bugs and crashes
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About Kanji Senpai
Kanji Senpai will help you learn Japanese vocabulary and kanji.
By using a spaced repetition system (SRS) you can memorize the different aspects of each vocabulary: meaning, pronunciation, reading, listening, writing, etc.

Included it's the N5 level of the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) vocabulary list and you can download (for free!) all the levels (though N1).

Ah! This app assumes you've already mastered hiragana and katakana.

FEATURES
• Study several vocabulary aspects: reading, listening, writing, meaning and handwrite
• Answers are not so easy so you will really learn that the kanji for "person" is 人 (hito), no 八 (for example)
• Lists can be downloaded and upgraded
• You can a study a session without audio questions (in case you're in a public place with no headphones)
• There are vocabulary translations for English and Spanish
• You can create custom lists

If you are serious about learning Japanese, you can download premium audio packs for the study lists (don't worry, it's cheap!). These audios are professionally audio recorded from a Japanese native teacher that will help you master the vocabulary.

The Audio pack for a list (inapp purchase) will unlock:
• Audio for words
• Audio aspect (you'll be asked for listening questions)
• Kanji handwritten aspect (you'll have to draw and self-evaluate kanjis)
• Ads will be disabled
• Unlimited custom lists

With your support, the application will evolve with new exciting features.

Recent changes:
Version 2.0.3

• Fixed a few bugs and crashes
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A Google User
5 days ago
Best app Loved the New update.
A Google User
6 days ago
Great, could be better. Could be better with more kanji writting practice and stroke order practice.
A Google User
Nov 20, 2014
Amazingly well designed! This has quickly become my favorite Japanese learning app. Lists are free and audio is worth the extra. ありがとう!
A Google User
Nov 19, 2014
I've been using this app for a couple days I've checked all the settings and said to allow hand writing but haven't done any handwriting yet. Not even one.
A Google User
Nov 18, 2014
very nice job takes a little getting used to, but it is fantastic IF you already know hiragana nd katakana fairly well. if you are still getting some of the more difficult to discern ones wrong like シ and ツ this will set you straight in no time (=^・^=) i managed to hit the "i know it" button when i didnt know it, cant seem to find a way to force the study of the item i screwed up :0(