I appreciate that WK doesn’t teach you how to write kanji - that’s not what it’s here for, and that’s cool.
If anyone has the Kanjibox iOS app (with kanjidraw plugin), and wants to practice writing the kanji they’ve learnt through WK, I’ve created a public study set. You just need to go into Kanjibox > study sets > find public sets > and look for “wanikani”.
It only goes up to level 4 at the moment; I’ll update it as and when I get a chance. The study set doesn’t contain any WK specific data - it is just the plain ol’ kanji and meaning grouped by reference to the WK level that I am up to.
I use obenkyo for android but thanks, this might come in handy
Sounds cool but I just write my stuff out during the lessons, and use http://jisho.org/ for the order. But this Kanjibox app intrigues me. I really should get a cellphone huh…
Absolutionz said... Sounds cool but I just write my stuff out during the lessons, and use http://jisho.org/ for the order. But this Kanjibox app intrigues me. I really should get a cellphone huh..Dont use such horrible devices as that. i have an ipod touch to have access to interesting apps, but mobiles.... *shudder*