Learning Japanese has never been so much fun! Join Gus, the friendly owl, as he travels around the world and explore languages from every corner of the globe with Gus on the Go! Featuring adorable animations and fun exercises, your child can learn basic vocabulary concepts with interactive visual and auditory lessons on numbers, colors, shapes and more. Each lesson review unlocks an exciting vocabulary game that reinforces what your child has learned. Now, your child can take on a second language through a fun, multi-sensory journey on any iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.
- Features -
NEW WORDS WITH INTERACTIVE LESSONS
- Nearly 90 Japanese words to learn
- 10 fun and educational activities
- Native Japanese language audio speaker
HAVE FUN WHILE LEARNING
- Engaging vocabulary reviews after each lesson
- Fun animations and delightful animal noises and transportation sounds
- Easy to navigate country and city maps
- Exciting games, unlocked by completing lesson reviews
- Trophy room to track achievements
USEFUL JAPANESE VOCABULARY CATEGORIES
and more . . .
Enjoy Gus on the Go: Japanese for Kids from toojuice! At toojuice, we are committed to providing entertainment that merges quality learning experiences and fun. Be sure to enjoy more Gus on the Go in more languages including Cantonese, Croatian, English, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Mandarin (Chinese), Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Taiwanese, Taiwanese Mandarin and Vietnamese!
NOTICE TO PARENTS
This app is kid friendly and does NOT contain ads, in-app purchases, links, tracking or sharing functions.
- adds iPhone X support
- minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Needs to be fixed by someone who knows japanese
This app has annoying bleeps likes you are at a cashier line at the grocery store. It also sounds like the words in this app are spoken by a non-native speaker -- the pronunciation is anglicized. Also, if there is a choice of words between a japanese word and an assimilated "foreign" word, the foreign word is chosen over the native word. Lastly, especially if this a starting learning app, why are so many words written in katakana? Only non-native foreign words (phonograms) should be written in katakana. The actual words in the Japanese are getting lost by popularizing the teaching of the language this way.
Both my young kids enjoy the Gus apps. It's very easy to follow and the narrator speaks clearly. The illustrations colors are vibrant. Each lesson is perfect length, not too much where young children get info overload. I think that promotes recall in my kids much easier.
Not Quite There
This game could be fun, but if you don't ALREADY know Hiragana and Katakana it won't be much use to you. The very first level has everything written in the Kana. I already know Hiragana and some Katakana, but I can't read all the words because of the Katakana I don't yet know.
- toojuice, LLC
- 41.9 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2013 toojuice, LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.