Apps on their own can’t make you fluent in Japanese, but they definitely are a great resource to help you practice! Here’s a list that I’ve compiled of the apps that will give you the biggest and best results when practicing Japanese.
I was 14 years old when I first visited Japan, fell in love, and decided that I wanted to do this for the rest of my life.
Since then, I've interpreted, translated, lived in Japan, and helped over 2,000 people learn Japanese. My greatest passion in life is Japanese, and my biggest goal is to make learning easy for others.
For a long time, I've heard the same thing as people stepped into my classroom. Learning Japanese is incredibly confusing – there are plenty of apps, with random words and confusing kanji. Language schools are expensive with restrictive timetables. Do you start with vocabulary? How do you know if you're pronouncing it right? Where do you even begin?
So, I decided to make it easy. Learning the Japanese language needs to be individualised, it needs to be practical, flexible, and most of all it needs to be enjoyable. And that's where Japanese in 12 comes in.
Includes 7 of my holy grail memorisation strategies that leveled up my vocab bank and helped me study smarter, not harder!