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Description

Daily Kanji is an application that shows you a different Japanese character (kanji) every day in the live tile. The application shows information about the kanji, including stroke order.

Available on

PC

PC

Version notes

Version number: 1.1.0.1

Added option for romaji (Romanized Japanese) and fixed a couple bugs.

Features

  • Shows a different kanji every day in the live tile
  • Navigate to the kanji from previous days by swiping, using arrow keys, or clicking navigation arrows
  • Select difficultly level from settings based on JLPT levels
  • Support for Japanese or romanized (romaji) reading

System Requirements

Minimum
OS Windows 10, Windows 8.1
Architecture x86, x64
Recommended
OS Windows 10, Windows 8.1
Architecture x86, x64

Additional info

Published by
Dan Crevier
Copyright (C) 2013, Dan Crevier


Approximate download size
1.26 MB


Category
Education



This app can
Access your Internet connection


Installation
Install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.


Language supported
English (United States)


Publisher Info
Publisher Support


Additional terms
Daily Kanji privacy policy



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Rating:1/5

2/12/2017

Autumn

Platform: PC

Live tiles don't work for this app

Live tiles for this app don't work which is what I got this app for so its useless for me also when it does work it doesn't show what the kanji means which helps no one..please fix it or something because I would of loved it otherwise, might update if its fixed.

Rating:4/5

2/6/2017

David

Platform: PC

Clean, simple and does the job

Clean design and does what it says it will. I would love it if there was an animation showing the stroke order as well as the pictoral description.

Rating:4/5

12/5/2016

Irwin

Platform: PC

Great app for new Kanji, but needs space for practicing

This is a great app for new kanji daily. But it should include a space on the app for touch screens that allow us to practice writing. I have to open up a separate note app on my Surface in order to practice writing. I'd prefer to be able to do that directly in the app itself in a little box. Other than that, simple and easy to use. I love that you can scroll through past kanji. Smart feature!

Rating:3/5

7/21/2016

Michael

Platform: PC

Live Tiles Do Not Work

In Windows 10, the Live Tiles do not work as a small tile. When large, the Kanji only takes up the upper corner, with the rest being empty space. The Live Tiles is what gives this app the most utility.

Rating:4/5

5/19/2016

Mamoru

Platform: PC

excellent

simple, easy to use, does what it says it will do

Rating:4/5

7/2/2016

Dawei

Platform: PC

I like it, but lacking one thing

It's a neat tile to add to Start, but it would be nice to have example sentences for each Kanji and enlarge the font for the Kanji description.

One person found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

5/17/2016

Ryan

Platform: PC

Good but more live tile choices please

Great app but on windows 10 it'd be nice to have a greater range of live tiles (maybe extra large would show the brush strokes at a glance?).

One person found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

11/10/2015

Natsuko Sam

Platform: PC

It's good but...

I just wish the text was bigger so I'm not having to lean close to my screen to clearly see the meanings and the kana. I'd also get rid of all that empty space or put something else there. It just makes everything appear even smaller than it actually is. The kanji and the stroke orders look fantastic! I also like that I can scroll back to previous ones and study those. Overall, it's a great study tool.

5 out of 5 people found this helpful.

Rating:5/5

11/7/2015

Allan

Platform: PC

Very convenient!

You can choose to learn a little or a lot, depending on how much time you have. You see everything you need - stroke order, multiple examples, onyomi and kunyomi. I highly recommend this app!

One person found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

10/21/2015

Mark

Platform: PC

Seems ok

Just installed it. Delivers daily kanji as promised, but could improve to be a little bit better. There's so much blank space in the center of the screen, it would be nice if there were a box I could practice the stroke order in on my Surface. Also, the "feedback and feature request" menu item only opens an empty browser session.

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.

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