Japanese Hub for Windows Phone

SplashScreenThe most comprehensive Japanese language learning app is now available for Windows Phone. Whether you want a basic introduction to Japanese or want to take the highest level proficiency tests, this app will get you there.

The majority of Japanese language apps for Windows, iOS, and Android only contain one portion of learning Japanese, meaning that to learn the language, you’ll have to buy 4 or 5 apps. However, Japanese Hub contains all of these in one app for only $9.99! With Japanese Hub, you get:

  • 27 written lessons with conversations
  • Lessons on writing Japanese characters (Hiragana and Katakana)
  • 1,200 vocabulary words sorted by topic
  • 13,000 entry kanji dictionary
    – arranged by grade taught and Japanese Language Proficiency Test
    – Readings/Translations in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean (Hangul), Korean Romanized, Japanese kun (native Japanese), Japanese on (Chinese readings)
  • Look up the meanings of the sub-elements of each kanji
  • Practice drawing each kanji
  • Watch the kanji, Hiragana, and Katakana be drawn stroke by stroke
  • Randomized quizzes
    – English, Roman letters (Romaji), Japanese, writing and recognition (all to and from)
  • 163,000 entry Japanese/English dictionary
  • Audio pronunciation of any word or phrase
  • Add any item to a list for special studying

Also Supports

  • Live tile updates taken from the lessons, vocabulary, and kanji databases
  • Social networking: share your accomplishments on your social networks as you learn.
  • Be welcomed to the home screen with a selection of 13 beautiful background images.
  • Black and white theme support
  • Trial and Free versions

With Japanese Hub, you will get written lessons that explain the language and culture as well have conversation examples that are broken down by word for detailed explanations. You also get explanations of the Japanese writing systems with examples in which each character is used as you watch the characters be drawn for you to help you practice.

Under the Vocabulary, you get vocabulary words sorted into topics from around your house, to walking through the city, to school, and much more.

With the kanji, you get detailed explanations of the the kanji, as well as the ability to tap one of its sub-element to see that sub-element’s meaning.

clip_image001After you’ve studied these sections, you can take a completely randomized quiz that can test your recognition, writing, and knowledge in a way that’s different every time you take the test!

One of the app’s best features is the ability to look up any word or phrase in its dictionaries in any supported language and practice the kanji in that word.

Check out the app in the Windows Store here with a free trail or $9.99 for the full version:
Or with this QR code.

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