List of API and Third-Party Apps


#1

The goal of this thread is to make it easier to find and look through all the programs people have made for wanikani, as well as group them. So I was bored and I wanted to help out the community a little, but my programming skills aren’t good enough (yet) to make anything on my own. These are in no particular order, I just started from the top of page 1 and went down the list. I may put them in some sort of order when I finish.



6 of 8 pages done!



For the scripts below you will need either Tampermonkey (Chrome) or Greasemonkey (Firefox).



Scripts:




Chrome Extensions:



Firefox Extensions:



Web-apps:



Android Apps:



  • IOS Apps:


Other:




WK Add-on Project - Let's all get involved
WK Add-on Project - Let's all get involved
Where to start with third party apps?
Wanikanify - A Google Chrome Extension
Most useful API and 3rd party apps for newbie
WK Add-on Project - Let's all get involved
#2

If I misrepresent an app, forgot one, or you want to add one to the list, please feel free to post a link in this thread and I’ll update it as soon as I can!


#3

Wow.  Thanks!  You’re the bomb!


#4

Definitely would be a good thread to be pinned as long as all the links are tested good :wink:


#5

Thanks for the kind words, guys! Half way done with 4 of 8 pages complete. I’ll probably have it done by/during the weekend.


#6

6 of 8 done now. I’ll finish tomorrow for sure! 


#7

Why is this not stickied

It should be stickied


#8

Does anyone still have copy of WaniKani KunOn?


#9

this is great! thanks!


#10

This is a great list :slight_smile:

I’m trying to create an index of these for people to use in projects… If anyone is interested in helping out, and adding some of these it would be awesome!

/t/WK-Add-on-Project-Lets-all-get-involved/6075/1
https://github.com/eddie/wkindex



#11

Anyone have a copy of the “show level” (srs level during review) script?  I reinstalled windows and I cant find that one  except for some dead links to userscripts.


#12

https://greasyfork.org/scripts/705-wanikani-show-level

For other scripts check here:
https://greasyfork.org/scripts/by-site/wanikani.com


#13

I’ve added a script on greasyfork.org:
https://greasyfork.org/scripts/5544-wanikani-study-config

Adds a few features to make it easier to study on the WaniKani website:
- Hides meaning and pronunciation (on most screens) until you hover over an item, so you can quiz yourself without accidentally seeing the answers.
- Vocabulary is sorted by kanji, so items starting with the same kanji are grouped together.
- Moves locked vocabulary to the end of the vocab list.

Options:
- GreaseMonkey/TamperMonkey menu option to enable/disable hiding the meaning and pronunciation.


#14

I love you…


#15
rfindley said... I've added a script on greasyfork.org:
https://greasyfork.org/scripts/5544-wanikani-study-config
Thanks for the script. Did you develop it on chrome?
I'm running firefox and the hiding is broken.
The jquery calls like $('.character-item') were silently failing.
console.log(typeof $) was printing undefined.
Your script uses @grant options, so it is running in the GM sandbox and can't access the page's jquery instance by default.
I added an @require for jquery and now the hiding works. Perhaps other ways to fix too.

I think I like the sorting. Thanks!

EDIT:
changing it to unsafeWindow.$('.character-item') works too.

#16
kobayashi said...
Thanks for the script. Did you develop it on chrome?
I added an @require for jquery and now the hiding works. Perhaps other ways to fix too.
Yep, developed on Chrome.  I don't really know anything about GM, sandbox, @grant, etc., and I haven't used Firefox in years.
I've added the @require in v1.0.2.   Thanks for the tip!

I think I like the sorting. Thanks!
Yeah, sorting by kanji was my biggest motivation.  I'm always getting similar vocab confused at first, so side-by-side comparison helps a LOT.  I'm also pondering a good way to compare similar kanji, like 場, 湯, 陽.

#17
https://greasyfork.org/scripts/5544-wanikani-study-config

Adds a few features to make it easier to study on the WaniKani website:
- Hides meaning and pronunciation (on most screens) until you hover over an item, so you can quiz yourself without accidentally seeing the answers.
- Vocabulary is sorted by kanji, so items starting with the same kanji are grouped together.
- Moves locked vocabulary to the end of the vocab list.

Options:
- GreaseMonkey/TamperMonkey menu option to enable/disable hiding the meaning and pronunciation.

kobayashi said...
The jquery calls like $('.character-item') were silently failing.
I've replaced the jquery stuff with pure javascript now (v1.0.3), so hopefully no Firefox issues.

#18

Does anyone know of a script that reorders vocab in lessons by level? I have some lessons from level 10 left over, but since I get random vocab I probably won’t get to see those lessons for some time, probably not until I try to finish ALL remaining 131 vocab lessons. I looked through the above list, but I don’t think any of those do what I asked for…


#19
Walnut said... Why is this not stickied

It should be stickied
 Yes. Its was on the second page of the API and third party apps board, but after this it will be up top for a while. But it would be better I think if it was easier to access as I was looking for the WaniKani Audio Trainer for around 15 minutes. 

#20

bump! this thread should really be stickied.