Philipp Meder
Philipp MederSales, Marketing @JapaCasa

What are some good tools to learn Japanese?

I'm mainly looking for a software that I can use to learn vocabs and Kanji at an intermediate level. Does not have to be an app that is exactly for learning Japanese, but it should support Kanji and Kana.
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    Learn Anything

    Suhas Moudgalya
    Suhas MoudgalyaProduct Engineer at EdgeVerve Systems · Written
    This is the app which you are looking for !!!
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    Learn languages completely free.

    Product Pearson
    Product PearsonProduct Manager @ Property4Media · Written
    Duolingo is an amazing tool for learning languages. I've learnt so much Spanish on the platform and can't wait to learn more. Japanese is not currently available, but it's due to launch next month. So if you can hold out for just a month, then this would be my top recommendation:
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    • Molly Redmond
      Molly RedmondSocial Media Specialist

      My reading and listening skills have improved so much since using Duolingo, I couldn't recommend it more. I'm not naive in thinking it will make it fluent as it's not the best for speaking skills but has vastly helped me improve and build up my language confidence.

    • Ted Beam
      Ted BeamOld School Presby

      I listed "gem restrictions" because I would like to use it without limitations, but I understand that it is part of their business model.

  3. Fluency 365
    Fluency 365Managing Director, Fluency 365 · Written
    Unlike other language learning apps that mostly let you type answer or listen to someone else talking, Fluency 365 uses the power of AI to give you the kind of daily speaking practice that really leads to fluency. Version with speaking practice only - Version with both lessons and speaking practice: