Most popular Japanese Tracing app in Japan!
Game/Educational Rank #1 in Japan.
Game/Kids Grossing Rank #1 in Japan.
A lot of opinions were asked and made from parents who had the child who went to elementary school.
There are points to that tracing becomes happy.
Six points to
1.Right stroke order.
2.Practice by Kaisho-tai(most popular letter style).
The font is a form of a character like the school textbook body that writes easily.
A beautiful Kaisho-tai can be practiced even for the adult.
3. Interface that can be done even by oneself.
4. Stamp mode that understands at one view.
How many characters did the child practice, easy to see at one view.
5. Announcement function
It is pronounced that the character is pushed.
Familiarity boils in the child because it reads it out in child's voice.
6. Selection function
The character to want to learn emphatically can be selected.
fix for iOS10,64-bit
Ratings and Reviews
Uh, say that again?
This app is fairly good. I'll be sure to remember the stroke orders in no time. Practice really does make perfect. The only complaint, well suggestion, is that you (creator), allow the users some way of knowing what the letters are other than having to listen to that child's voice. It's kind of annoying and hard to decipher. Like after we write it, there should be a button that would show up so we can see the pronunciation, if we clicked it. Like a flash card. After tracing か we can see that it is "ka".
Overall, this is a wonderful app if you're wanting to learn hiragana letters. This won't teach you words or phrases. It only helps with correct stroke orders.
Thanks for taking the time to read this.
Great for practicing hiragana letters at your own pace.
This app was REALLY helpful to me, with this app I can pick any hiragana letter I have trouble writing and it let me have it, I can erase it and do it as much as I like, I can go to the next one if I had enough writing this hiragana letter. If your taking Japanese class like me, I recommend getting this app, because this really help me with my writing practice :D
Even though the text is in Japanese is still worth buying.
Fun and clear
I realized that to learn the Hiragana I was going to need tracing practice, not just flash cards. This has been great for that. I am learning quickly. I do wish there were a way to ask for English in the options menu in the full version, but I can guess and work past that.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.