Download KATAKANA Training free apk 1.0.2 free for Android smartphone

27 Feb
KATAKANA Training free

Posted by STUDIO Via-Rex in Education | Feb. 27, 2012 | 4 Comments

Apk file size: 378.0 KB

This app helps you to practice katakana strokes with models.

Choose a character and you can start practicing now.
Trace by following the model and then tap the image of the 'eye' to remove the model. Then, you can clearly see the character that you wrote.

Let's practice over and over until you can write the characters correctly without the models!
Don't worry about making a mistakes!
You can remove a mistaken character by tapping 'New'. Then, you can restart practicing.
Tap 'x' to close the app, when you need a break.
You can restart the app anytime you want.
The app allow you to learn Japanese anytime, anywhere and as much as you want.

*Although, there are some options that are not available in this version.
All of the options are available in the premium version.

For further information, please visit our website!
The website is designed for those looking for information about the Japanese language.
Our website contains more information about hiragana and katakana. It also contains other apps and e-books which are useful materials to improve your Japanese language.

*You need to install Abobe AIR(free).(

*Operation has been confirmed by Galaxy S.
I hope that you give me a comment about the operation in other models.

You can see the writing order of Hiragana/Katakana:

Our facebook-page(Japanese Guide):

Whats new

    Message dialog was expanded.

STUDIO Via-Rex part of our Education and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Feb. 27, 2012. Google play rating is 42.5. Current verison is 1.0.2. Actual size 378.0 KB.

Download katakana-training-free.apk 378.0 KB


A Google User

Adobe AIR crap It's a big off-center chart that doesn't respond to taps on the Galaxy Nexus, at least. Probably because it's an Adobe AIR Application.

A Google User

how is this training? the developer seems confused about what kana training involves, which is strange given the many free apps available to the public. the screen does not automatically resize, so expect the display to look akward if you have the wrong screen size (or a tablet!), and the display also needs to be scrolled as you cannot see all the kana at once. the drawing scratchpad fails to indicate stroke order, and proper order is very important for proper character creation, so another fail there. don't bother with this one as there are so many free apps that actually teach all the above, as well providing pronuncation examples and quizes to help you learn.

A Google User

Might as well forget this Only gives you a few katakana

Basil Oakman

Awful Terrible... Even if I did have the mind to buy premium...

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