iOS 9 updates

Update 20151008: All Japanese applications have been updated and submitted to apple for publication.

There are a few issues now after upgrading to iOS 9 and Im updating the apps as soon as I can. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Japanese4000 is the much asked for continuation of Japanese2000. Same structure but this time a bit more difficult.

It was released in Sept 2011, so this blogpost is a bit of in time – sorry for that.

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New app, Nail that Note

Ear training for guitar and piano with high quality recordings.
More details can be found here.

Piano sound for chords is coming soon. Check it out, you wont regret it.
[edit: Piano chords was added in v1.2]

Available as Free Lite and Full versions.

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JLPT Self Study 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4

Vocabulary wordlists for N3 and N2 has been reviewed.

Make sure to update to latest version, v1.3 to get all corrections. Level N1 review is in progress. [edit: N1 review is completed and will soon be released.]

v1.4 includes layout changes. Most interesting is the dynamic height in the various tables.

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JLPT Self Study 1.1

… updating the grammar lists for N4 and N5.

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Japanese2000 1.0 released

Learn Japanese by studying words included in contemporary sentences. Japanese2000 contains 2000 common Japanese words and for each, kanji (when applicable), hiragana, romanji, english are included. The sentences are carefully constructed just for this application and focus primarily on the grammar found in JLPT levels N5 and N4.

Read more on the Japanese2000 application page under “Japanese applications”

We (me and my hubby) are very excited about this application and hope you will be too. The application is now available on the app store.

A free version containing the first 250 words & sentences is now available.

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JLPT Self Study 1.0 released

The self study application targeting the common JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) or (the Japanese Aptitude test) has now been released.

Containing roughly 2000 kanji and 8000 words, including thousands of kanji compounds, divided into the N5 to N1 levels the tests are made up of. N5 being the easiest and N1 the hardest.

Have a look at the application page for more information.

FREE limited version is available here (JLPT Self Study FREE link) for you to try out.

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