Learn Japanese Right Now with Chart-Topping Japanese Phrases FREE App

Lake City, FL – Japanese is not just for fans of Anime or gaming! Japanese speakers are the Internet’s third-largest language group, and Japan has the second-largest economy in the world. People all over the globe, young and old, are eager to start learning to speak Japanese – and the newly-updated version of the chart-topping Japanese Phrases FREE 3.3.3 Universal App, by Kotoba Inc., is now even better at helping you to get started.

Ideal for anyone just starting to learn Japanese, whether they have some knowledge or not, the updated Japanese Phrases FREE 3.3.3 for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch is available now at the iTunes App Store. This highly popular Japanese learning app ranks high in the Education category and boasts an enhanced graphic interface as well as many new features, including a ranking system and detailed stats. From renowned language learning software developer Kotoba, Inc. – the Florida-based creators of the No. 1-ranked Japanese Language Instruction ebook at Amazon (“Hiragana, the Basics of Japanese “) – Japanese Phrases FREE is much more than a travel language guide; it is a crucial, conversational phrasebook that is great for those eager to quickly learn everyday words and phrases all recorded by native voice actors and actresses.

“We are pleased to have improved Japanese Phrases FREE in so many ways; we’ve worked out all of the remaining kinks and we have added 100 new sound files recently. The user interface is even more engaging – but we decided we had to draw the line at lowering the price,” said Kotoba, Inc. President John Boutwell, with a wry smile. “You can’t get much more ‘free’ than ‘free.’ We are happy to offer this language learning app to all the many customers out there who have so enthusiastically used and loved this product. So many of the improvements have come about because of user feedback. Thank you!”

Part of what makes Japanese Phrases FREE such a powerful language tool, is that it offers users a variety of ways to learn. With a total of 700 crystal-clear sound files (The full version for $9.99 sports nearly 3,000!) that allows users to listen and repeat at their leisure, a wide array of flashcards, and in-depth lessons accompanied by cultural notes, Japanese Phrases FREE is a comprehensive learning guide that engages all the senses and serves as a great precursor to the paid version of the app, Japanese Phrases and Lessons, available at iTunes for $9.99 with more than triple the phrases (Nearly 3,000 audio files), detailed Statistics, and hundreds more lessons.

Features:
* 700 crystal-clear sound files
* Regular updates
* Lessons section: Includes all Hiragana; some Katakana; a selection of grammar lessons found in the full version
* Random feature
* Search function – find any word or phrase in Japanese or English
* Email any phrase
* Save or Favorite any phrase to your Study Bank to study or email for printing
* iPhone, iPod touch, AND iPad support (universal app)

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later
* 73.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Japanese Phrases FREE 3.3.3 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category. A full version is also available for purchase.

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Kotoba, Inc. is a Florida-based developer of educational language learning software with a current focus on the Japanese language. They are the creator of the No. 1 ranked Japanese Language Instruction ebook at Amazon (Hiragana, the Basics of Japanese ) and the chart-topping Japanese learning iPhone app Japanese Phrases FREE. Kotoba strives to engage all of the senses in learning. They are currently working to expand their suite of language learning software to include other languages such as Spanish, French, and Thai. Copyright (C) 2011 Kotoba, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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