KanjiQ is a free japanese kanji flashcard program designed to run on Java-enabled mobile phones. It creates a set of simulated kanji "cards" based on a particular Japanese school grade and the user must use their kanji knowledge progress through them. Ideal for killing time on buses and trains! KanjiQ programs are designed to run on ANY Java Micro Edition (J2ME)-compatible mobile phone. They have been painstakingly squashed to fit onto phones with a 30K JAR (Java Archive) size limit. This download covers the 80 grade 1 kanji. For other grades, check out KanjiQ at www.languagebug.com.
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