I think the approach you should take is look at the grammar tests on something like Renshuu.org or the other sites that were listed here and in the Ultimate Resource thread in the forums. One issue you will come across is that the problems aren’t all going to be particle practice. Since particle usage is linked to certain grammar it may be best to practice it more wholistically (i.e., looking at the common grammar used with certain particles) and use the Japanese particles book that was suggested as a reference for forms you come across in your studies.
Besides that, reading and listening helps with finding the patterns of how particles are used. I suggest using apps like HelloTalk to produce your own sentences and have them corrected. This helped me a lot with my particle usage. If you’re not confident with writing sentences, I enjoyed using this book to help with more in depth explanation about certain constructions. (It’s available on the US Amazon; I can’t say about other countries’ Amazon sites)
I have this book, and it’s a great reference guide for the various uses of particles. @Gabrielmpf may already know this, but unfortunately @leneux there aren’t any practice exercises included.
I took a look at the “Japanese Particles Master” application and wanted to provide feedback to those considering using it. In a nutshell, it’s a start to get a basic grasp of some particles, but lacks depth in the various overlap that cause learners to struggle and variety of both particles and questions. So in my book “master” is a misnomer. Hopefully that developer will include more practice exercises and addition particles in future updates. (@Gabrielmpf, I didn’t include this part to knock your recommendation. I commented for those who may not know better: they can walk into the app knowing that there’s more to particle use than what the app offers).