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Kana Practice is an application designed to help you memorize how to read and write the Japanese Hiragana and Katakana alphabets.<br><br>The writing portion has a unique stroke checker that will check your stroke order and positioning and pass/fail you based on how close you were to the original strokes. All Kana come compete with full stroke order animations.<br><br>Kana Practice also uses the Leitner-SRS card based repetition system that makes sure you play the cards you get stuck on more frequently. This maximizes your learning time and efficiency.<br><br>Note:<br>Please, please, please. If you are having issues, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to address them. With so many versions of iOS and devices now, there it's impossible to test on them all, but we are dedicated to fixing any issues quickly. Thank you.
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As a visual/tactile learner this is exactly what I was looking for. It doesn't include sounds, but I can get that elsewhere. The provided symbols aren't drawn as nicely as I would have liked, but the point is to remember the different characters and not specific ways of writing them. I can select which specific characters I want to practice. I'm presented with the Roman characters I need to write, and if I need a reminder I can press a button to see an outline. It's limited but perfect for me.
If you're like me, even if you've been studying Japanese for while you sometimes forget some of the kana (especially Katakana). Having this application makes it possible for me to practice those kana I don't write very often or are hard to remember. For that, it's well worth a dollar.
Don't waste your buck. This is completely useless. You have to draw the characters the exact size and shape as their templates for each character - but their templates are sloppy and inaccurate. On top of it there is no context, like how to pronounce the character (how hard is it to drop an audio file into each character?) or even how the character is used in words. It completely removes the act of creating the characters from language - you could be learning how to tag gang symbols for all this program teaches you about Japanese.
Many apps focus on helping you recognize the characters and not necessarily on writing them. This app is very helpful for learning the strokes and helping increase your ability to draw them accurately. The ability to choose sections and decks is incredibly worthwhile!
The stroke order in も is incorrect and the number of strokes in そ is incorrect as it should be two in handwritten style. You need to turn the sensitivity down in order for it to accept correct characters but then it is too loose and also accepts incorrect characters. It's odd that it shows you the correct character in normal script but you write them in handwritten script, especially because some characters vary significantly between the two.
Developed by Ray Price.
Kana Practice is ranking in Education & Travel
Last update was at May 24, 2019and the current version is 3.8.
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Kana Practice have a 2a user reviews.
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