In order to studie kanji students usually create small paper memory notes where one side has a kanji and the other side describes the kanji, how it is pronounced, how it is written in hiragana and katakana. to simplify this process I created Genki Memorizor App
It features 144 kanji with examples and everyone of them has a hiragana / katakana pronouniation.
Try it out, you might like it.
Fullscreen / Mobile version here: http://www.lennarkivistik.com/apps/genki-memorizor/
It is based on the book "Genki - An Integrated Course In Elementary Japanese":
Posted on: Sunday 11 January 2015