Accompanying Apps/Sites?

“Konnichiwa!”

New user here from Texas; just wondering if there is an official or sponsored app to use with WaniKani? WaniKani is fantastic so far, but wanted to know what the long-time users have also tried and liked.

“Arrigatto!”

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To the best of my knowledge, there are no “official” apps

This page has sooo many resources, including unofficial apps listed. And here’s a quick plug for KaniWani - it’s compliments WaniKani perfectly

I use and quite like the WK for WaniKani app on android

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Oh, I can’t believe I forgot to say welcome

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I tried it and didn’t like it. For some reason I had to enter “tyu” instead of “cyu” to get ちゅ. If I enter “cyu” I always get しゅ instead.

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Oh, that’s interesting. I haven’t had that happen that I’ve noticed. Thanks for the heads up

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It’s not official but Tsurukame is awesome for on the go WaniKani-ing! And it lets you do offline reviews too.

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There is an official WaniKani app in development for iOS and Android, however it won’t be publicly available probably for quite a few months.

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I use “chu”, though I couldn’t say whether that works in the app. I’ve always found Kunrei-shiki to be not very intuitive…

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It does work

First time I see this way of writing ちゅ. I usually write “chu” myself since I find it faster to type that

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ち+ゅ=ちゅ
chi + yu = cyu
ち+ふ=ちふ
chi + fu = chifu

Hi! Welcome to WK :wave:t2:

I use Firefox on android for learning lessons if i want to use the reorder script (to learn radical & kanji first)

… Come again?

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