Manage your own Japanese vocabulary list and learn them with Ulangi

Ulangi is a vocabulary management app where you can build your own list of vocabulary then learn them by Spaced Repetition.

It’s basically like Anki but with better design and better support for learning vocabulary. There are lots of improvement needed so please let me know what you think.

Ulangi is complete free and is available on both iOS and Android.


  • Spaced Repetition
  • Quiz
  • Mini-games to brush up
  • Built-in dictionary
  • Built-in translation
  • Discover new vocabulary
  • Auto syncing/backup
  • so on

Some screenshots:


Can i use anki decks?

Currently you can’t import decks from Anki. But it will be supported in the future.

Fast and easy good to brush up and learn .

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Please do not flag the post as spam. Accordingly to the guideline, it’s okay to post about the app once. The app is free and is built for learners.

I think there’s some leeway, but generally speaking the understanding is that people who post links to their own stuff will be members of the community.

You haven’t used WaniKani at all for learning kanji and this is your first post.

They aren’t inviting everyone to just make an account and advertise stuff without participating in the site as users.

EDIT: And I didn’t flag it, btw, just opining on why others might have.


I understand. Just want to share the app I made to the community. Sorry about that.

Might not be spam, but still shady to come to a learning resource, to hawk your own learning resource.
Basically, you’re handing out Burger King flyers inside of McDonalds.

Its one thing if you’re a part of this community looking to offer additional help, but you’re not. You’re a fly by night. Piggybacking on someone else’s success, without giving anything back.

Not the one that reported you either. Though, I don’t necessary disagree with whoever did


I didn’t flag it either but I did find it iffy that you just joined to post this. Have you ever used WaniKani before? What I’d like to know is how this could supplement my learning Japanese. I downloaded your app and first off, didn’t like the UI. Second, I already knew most if not all of the words on there (thanks, Crabigator) so it doesn’t really suit my needs. Third, maybe you’d wanna make an iPad version.


The app is still new. That’s why the iPad version is not ready. I completely understood everyone said. Sincerely apologize. I’ve never used WaniKani before but I’m a learner myself. Just want to make a product that someone can use.

Thanks for sharing it! I’m sure it will be useful to other people. If you explore this site, you may also find the other stuff that other learners have made for the community. That may help you. Best of luck!


I think its a bit rude to flag…

Though i get why it was done

Thank you for sharing your app, I bookmarked you, i’ll check it later, hope you find success


We don’t mind if members of the community post and share stuff as long as it’s a legitimate Japanese learning resource. We do frown on coming in just to self-promote, however. I’m going to restore the first post, but please try and work any conversation to include some sort of learning-specific topic instead of just “try my app.”

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Thank you very much. I really appreciate it. I’ll rephrase it to be more specific.

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