The app version of Real Kana, the popular website for learning hiragana and katakana — quickly.
• keyboard, slideshow, and swipe modes
• repetition of problem characters
• native pronunciation
• basic scoring
• nine typefaces
• eighteen backgrounds
• horizontal and vertical text
… and a simple, distraction-free interface.
Made in Kyoto, London, and San Francisco.
Here are some suggestions because I have a hard time changing the stuff there really isn’t a button for “settings” but other than that it’s super simple and it just works
Jun 19, 2021