Do you want a WK-like tool for vocab learning? [Poll]

Personal reasons, I’m just not much of a web developer. As I mentioned, Android will be supported right away and I will try to add iOS support later on.

Syncing will be done automatically via web, no need for Dropbox & co. There will be no offline mode.

Kind of. Users can choose to learn only the vocabulary that is not part of WK. The vocabulary is ordered by WK level, so words composed of level 1 Kanji are taught first, followed by words composed of level 2 Kanji and so on.


How about the option of having vocabulary that uses Kanji which is not yet unlocked on WK stay locked in your application?

@Rakantor Any update on this development please? :rofl:


I totally forgot to reply to your last comment, sorry! Don’t worry I’m not demotivated, just a little surprised that 2 great new learning tools were released not long after I started developing this project :smile:
I previously stated that version 1.0 will be ready by the end of May. It’s as good as done, however I’d like to do some more cross-platform testing, code and database optimization… Basically I don’t want to rush anything and avoid unnecessary mistakes. Still need to setup a basic website as well ^^
I’m targeting June 8th as date of release. I’ll open a new topic then. :slight_smile:


I like the idea, but would much rather one app that covers the reading/writing (hiragana, katakana and kanji), vocab and grammar. A complete learning tool.
I’m currently using Wanikani for the kanji (already know hiragana/katakana at an acceptable level) and bunpro for grammar. The vocab is kind of being picked up from the two.
I would love an app that combines them all, takes into account your sleep schedule, and has the option to either mix everything together in the SRS or focus on one aspect at a time (kanji, grammar or vocab)
Having a small section to help reading vertically and right to left would help as well. I find it a tad harder to interpret things when characters are vertical instead of horizontal.

I had recently seen another post about a tool/site kinda already like this? This one was in beta though, think it still is.Seems about the same as your explaining but maybe its different.
I do like kaniwani just wish I could add my own vocab but it works well for improving recall.

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