Learn hiraganas, katakanas, and kanji in form of a quiz - view in repository
KaQui helps learning Japanese. It takes the form of a quiz to memorize hiraganas, katakanas, and kanji readings and meanings and adapts to the user learning pace.
- Hiragana, Katakana quizzes
- Kanji quizzes by reading and meaning
- Vocabulary quizzes by reading and meaning
- Unique spaced repetition formula that adapts to your learning pace
- Unlimited quiz sessions that allow you to take a quiz at any time, for how long you want, useful to efficiently spend commuting time
- Show similar-looking kanji in answers to teach you the difference
- Clicking on kanji opens aedict3 (a non-free japanese dictionary) or jisho.org
- Open source
- No ads
- More to come
What makes it different from other apps:
- a custom SRS formula that adapts to each person's level and learning pace
- unlimited quiz sessions that can be stopped at any time
- "don't know", "maybe" and "sure" buttons that helps the software determine how well you know a character
- a harsher penalty when the answer is wrong to ensure you learn the character well
- kanji similar to the one in the question are shown as answers to help you learn the subtle differences between them
- it's free and without ads
- The vocabulary quizzes are based on Jim Breen's JMdict
- The kanji quizzes are based on Jim Breen's KANJIDIC2.
- The kanji similarity database comes from https://minerva-access.unimelb.edu.au/handle/11343/35336 and http://lars.yencken.org/datasets/phd/
The scanignore'd file contains the dictionaries to be imported when the app first runs. It is a gzipped sqlite3 database.
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The current (recommended) version is 1.12 (version code 27).
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Version code: 27