Previously, I reviewed one of Nihon IR‘s other popular English Language study tools, å‡ºã‚‹é †. Dr. ã‚³ãƒ¼ãƒ‘ã‚¹ is similar in its approach in that it isolates vocabulary and allows students to select from different review methods. Both apps are geared for English study, but as I hope to show, are excellent tools for learning Japanese. While this review will be short, it will focus on how and/or if Nihon IR have managed to create a good study formula.Â
Nihon IR, maker of PC Dr. Momo, along with the Japan Times, have an ace up their sleeves; å‡ºã‚‹é † is an excellent Japanese-English study tool as well as a great reference for learners of Japanese. It is a set of true language study implements that are geared toward the Japanese learner of English, but also serves as an excellent Japanese learning reference.
To become acquainted with å‡ºã‚‹é †, you have to be willing to experiment if your Japanese is stuck at difficult kanji. However, as it is a reference for Japanese learners of English, the main bulk of users should be comfortable with all aspects of text, layout and differing modes of study. (By the way, this review was written on QuickOffice for the iPhone!)