I LOVE iPhone. It comes everywhere with me. It shows me movies when I am bored, finds petrol stations when I am running on empty, lets me contact my friends and family and it is a brilliant piece of technology for learning languages.
Here are some of my favourite apps for Japanese:
is a study tool that can import flashcards from Quizlet, StudyStack, and more.
will make learning hiragana and katakana much easier and more fun!
Kotoba is a multilingual Japanese dictionary.
ShinKanji is a kanji reference and study application combining a kanji dictionary and a database of stroke orders.
Ever stumbled upon a kanji that you don’t know, and not being sure of the radical, you are finding it hard to look it up in a dictionary? Well, now there is a place online where you can draw the kanji with your mouse and the site will suggest possible kanji, linked to Jim Breen’s dictionary. Yipee! Check out handwritten kanji recognition.