LG FREE XIAOMI KanjiQuiz JLPT N5/L4 version1.3 Download


  • Oct. 19, 2012
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KanjiQuiz is a helpful tool that helps you learn and memorise Japanese kanji.

You can choose which kanji you want to be quizzed on so you can concentrate on what you need to know.

KanjiQuiz makes it easy to learn; and even when you know enough; it's also a quick and easy tool to run through the kanji to keep your memory zippy!

This app contains the 103 kanji from the former JLPT level 4. Future apps or updates will provide more!

Dylan McGannon part of our Education and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Oct. 19, 2012. Google play rating is 83.956. Current verison is 1.3. Actual size 649.0 KB.

What's new

    Reduced the size of the app by removing an unused asset.
Download kanjiquiz-jlpt-n5-l4.apk 649.0 KB


chief Neko at March 30, 2014

Excellent Learned all the kanji in a couple of months, would be better if there were more kanji.

Taro Muso at Sept. 20, 2013

Perfect Educates without the typical invasion of privacy

Yash kumar at Aug. 19, 2013

Very Good

A Google User at Jan. 21, 2012

Useful for beginners perhaps but not enough kanji. Finished the quiz in less than three minutes. Would be better if could install on SD.

A Google User at May 20, 2012

Fantastic app Brilliant! Easy to use. The quiz definitely helps me to remember the kanji :)

A Google User at Sept. 22, 2012

Perfect in itself Best app I have found by far. If it had kanji for all the jlpt levels it would be perfect, and would pay for such an app.

A Google User at Dec. 7, 2011

Nice app. If you're wondering if this one is worth your time, then give it a shot. Definitely worth a look.

A Google User at Jan. 18, 2012

Use it almost everyday I use it to study up on kanji but would like it if more were available.

A Google User at June 3, 2012

Amazing! I would gladly pay for this app if it included all the kanji in the litteracy exams. Best flashcard app on the market if you included more cards or apps with different sets.

A Google User at March 17, 2012

This does the job. Excellent!

A Google User at May 31, 2012

very nice actually very good for memorizing kanji ! need a lot more kanji.

A Google User at Dec. 28, 2011

Selection of words Is there a way to select all vocabs instead if manually one by one?

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