Kanji Flashcards is a kanji drill program. Kanji are sourced from Jim Breen's KANJIDIC2 file (http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/kanjidic2/index.html). The program contains flashcards for 6,661 kanji which are displayed to the user in random order. Kanji can be filtered by JLPT level and it is possible to maintain a personal kanji review list. When flipping through flashcrards, the app first displays the kanji only. A tap on the screen reveals the full flashcard with meaning, reading, JLPT level and stroke count. New in Version 1.3: Functional Users can choose if kanji should be shuffled in random order or not. Technical Upgraded NeoDatis database engine, added indexes to database and removed invalid kanji to reduce load time. Reimplemented web services for greater reliability. New in version 1.4: Functional Support for light background (Windows Phone theme). Kanji lookup - pick kanji for your review list (visit http://app.stejin.org/wp7/KanjiList for lookup codes). Added feature request and report broken kanji.