Midori (Japanese Dictionary)
By Sukolsak Sakshuwong
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Midori is an offline Japanese-English, English-Japanese dictionary. It's a perfect tool for those who are studying Japanese, with 890,000 entries, 150,000 example sentences, and many features that will make your Japanese learning experience much easier.
• More than 170,000 word entries. Each entry shows readings, meanings, and kanji breakdown.
• More than 12,000 kanji entries. Each entry shows readings, meanings, and example compounds.
• Example sentences with furigana (small hiragana above kanji).
• Words in example sentences are linked to the definitions.
• Over 6,000 kanji with stroke order diagrams and stroke order animations.
• Over 720,000 Japanese proper names, place names, given names, company names and product names.
SEARCH & TRANSLATE
• Search by kana, romaji, or combination of both, such as あき, aki, or aき
• Search by handwriting using real Japanese handwriting recognition
• Search by kanji radicals, e.g. 禾 + 火 -> 秋
• Search suggestion when the input is in a conjugated form, e.g. 走った -> 走る
• Search with wildcard characters, e.g. 日*人 returns all words that start with 日 and end with 人
• Search with the SKIP system
• Partial results when the full word is not found, e.g. searching for 青い本 returns the results for 青い and 本
• Fast incremental search gives you the result instantly as you type
LISTS & BOOKMARKS
• List of kanji as taught in Japanese schools from grade 1 to 6
• List of kanji by frequency as appeared in Japanese newspapers
• List of kanji and words by Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) levels
• Lists of hiragana and katakana, each with stroke diagram and animation
• Bookmarks with folders support. You can export, import, or share bookmarks with your friends.
• Flashcards for bookmarked words and kanji with spaced repetition system
• Audio pronunciations (from speech synthesis)
• Create a vocabulary list with definitions from Japanese text in one tap
• Scratch pad for practicing writing kanji on iPad
• No internet connection required. The app is completely offline.
• 3D Touch support on iPhone 6S and 7
• Split View on compatible iPad
• Universal app. Buy it once, run on all your iOS devices, whether it's iPhone or iPad
Please visit our website at www.midoriapp.com to learn more about the app. If you have any questions, please let us know via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Twitter @MidoriApp. Thank you!
We value our customers' satisfaction and don't want you to make a wrong purchase. Please read the following notes carefully:
• The handwriting recognition requires correct stroke order, though it allows a few incorrect strokes for some kanji.
• The app shows pronunciations in hiragana, not romaji. Do not buy this app if you can't read hiragana.
What's New in Version 1.8.7
- Dark Mode (enable in Settings > Midori)
- Faster bookmarks: it takes only 2 taps to bookmark a word
- Common words are marked "common" (optional)
- Bookmarked words are highlighted in search results
- Dynamic Type: Midori now uses the text size in Settings > Display > Text Size
Other small changes:
- More legible font size on iPhone
- Jinmeiyō kanji are marked as such
- No delay when tapping a link in the Translate tab
- Adjustable speaking rate
- Bug fixes
This app has a great design and I like how it incorporates the example sentences with the furigana - it looks really good. A big plus for me is that it can usually understand the kanji when I draw one for when I'm reading a paper book and want to look something up and can't guess the kanji's reading. I also love the flash cards. It has beautiful animations and you can scroll back and forth and also test yourself using kanji, furigana, or English, or any combination as you like. Plus this app gets updates from the author unlike some other Japanese apps that were good but have been abandoned.
Perfect for studying.
This is the best app I've found for translating Japanese and keeping track of vocabulary and learned words. I like how each kanji has a list of compounds so you know words you may frequently see that kanji in. It also shows what radicals are a part of each kanji. Being able to create vocabulary lists and flash cards is also great. Also the handwriting kanji recognition is really good even if you don't get the stroke order exactly right. This has been indispensable to me.
Best Japanese dictionary app and learning tool
✨ fast and easy to look up words, save to lists, add notes
💌 exporting lists to e-mail, csv to backup lists
📝 easily translate long blocks of text at once
🔥 always being updated and improved
🌏 fully-available offline
💮 quiz function for those studying
One of my most-used apps. Thank you 💘
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- Category: Reference
- Updated: Oct 04, 2016
- Version: 1.8.7
- Size: 214 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: Sukolsak Sakshuwong
- © 2016 Sukolsak Sakshuwong
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.