Dr. Moku’s Kanji Mnemonics: A demo and an update
Dun Dun Dunnnn! It’s coming…
Dr. Moku’s Kanji is finally on it’s way.
First of all let me introduce myself, I’m Bob. I run Dr. Moku and create/design all of the apps.
The road to Kanji has been a long one pocked with ridiculous twists and turns full of intrigue and flakiness but it’s ready to demo:
Try a sample!
If you’re viewing on a mobile it’s best to go here instead
This is obviously just a teeny tiny taste: the final app goes into more detail and you can look up Kanji by stroke order etc.
The app will be first released for iPad, iPhone and Android around the end of March 2017.
- A healthy chunk of free Kanji and Radicals and with the option to buy 100 additional Kanji including the entire JLPT N5 set.
- Animated writing examples
- Search by stroke number, meaning etc
- Example words
- Create your own study lists
Then we will release the Android version…THEN the printed book version…THEN the animated movie starring Forrest Whitaker as Dr. Moku. Nah.
So the first in-app purchase is JLPT N5 + More, then we’ll add new Kanji packs in batches of 100-120 until the whole world has learned to read and write Japanese effortlessy