J-Flash is a small program based on flash cards that focuses on the memorization of Hiragana and Katakana. Additionally, it is also possible to learn some vocabulary and Kanji. Information and user feedback is given through a cute anime school girl. Version 1.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
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"A nice way to review"
Version: J-Flash 1.1
A cute little program to help you review the basic kana. Simple, fun, and a quick and easy download that is well worth your time if you are learning the basics of the Japanese phonetic writing system.
The program does what it says and does it well. There's really nothing to criticize.
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