Benkyō will make the hard part easy.
it’s convenient, leverage AI to organize your studies, and keep yourself
motivated with progress tracking. And it works offline. • Browse all Kanji,
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I like this app a lot so far, and enjoyed their Kana app a lot as well. SRS is certainly the most effective way of learning most things and Kanji is certainly no exception. My only wish is for a lifetime subscription, at least for us early adopters. I’m generally not a fan of subscription software especially when there are plenty of SRS alternatives at a fixed price and even free (such as Anki, which is both depending on if you use the mobile app or desktop). While I like that this is optimized specifically for Kanji, it’s not, to my knowledge, providing any online functionality that merits a perpetual maintenance fee. And not a terribly small one at that.
So I really like the quizzes, the dictionary is a bit lacking in search features but is functional, and the app is pretty helpful sometimes. Unfortunately there are many things that need polishing. The voices are very robotic and hard to understand, and the UI isn’t very friendly, at least as of now (it took me 10 minutes to find the vocab quizzes which are, as far as I know, the main piece of this app. There may still be more features I have yet to find). However, considering that this app is very new, I think it has a lot of potential to be one of the best, and that’s why I give it 4 stars.
From first look and a day of use, I have to say I really like this app! It’s very well designed and it gives you quite a bit of freedom. I haven’t gotten the PRO version yet but it mostly depends on this. Would I be able to add my own vocab once I get PRO? I don’t want to be limited by the set vocab and levels assigned by the app. I think if you could add that as a feature, this app would be more robust than any other out there!
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