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Free Version, Kanji Writer for Beginnners

Free Version, Kanji Writer for Beginnners

Free Kanji Writer for Beginners – A tolerant testing app to practise writing the first 440 Japanese kanji

Dependency, an Australian software developer, (www.dependencysoftware.com) has recently released a free version of their iOS app “Kanji Writer for Beginners”. An app for practising your kanji writing.

Learning a language is about four very different skills. Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening. To become fluent you need to balance all four skills. Kanji Writer helps beginners practice the writing of the first 440 kanji learned in Japanese schools.


Save a tree, use Paper by 53

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After a hiatus from writing, I couldn't really contain myself anymore, and wanted to share a great little app Paper by 53 (free) available from the app store.  It's hard to describe how elegant and useful this app is without giving some example of how you could use it, in my case as a journal sketching out concepts for piece of jewlery.  This app is sweet!



Super Speller 3.0

Super Speller 3.0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 


Unorganized?

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To be the most successful person that one can possibly be, getting organized seems to be the first step.  With iExplorer, taking that step just gets easier by the minute.

 

iExplorer (HD) is an application that allows a user to basically view and manage files on their servers.  This is not just on the iphone, but in the office, at home and virtually anywhere possible!  The app does not just simply manage files though, because the user can play music, read books and do a whole lot more.



Frog Dissection, the modern way

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My 11 year old is not looking forward to the upcoming frog dissection portion of her science class, so I was very interested in the Frog Dissection app from Punflay. The app leverages the large touchscreen and interactive nature of the iPad to provide a realistic simulation of the process I remember... and still cringe when thinking about it.



Twist up your logic!

Twist up your logic!

CrazyTeaBag would like to present you a new, funny and developmental brainteaser – “Logic Twist” designed for iPad and iPhone users. This app will help you develop your intellectual abilities in the most pleasant way!

You have a unique chance to transform yourself into a farmer of one of the weirdest pigs ever. Every day they are trying to escape the farm but farmer catches them and have to put them all back to their places.


Free Version: Simple Flash Card Maker – Make your own flash cards to help you memorise almost anything

Free Version: Simple Flash Card Maker – Make your own flash cards to help you memorise almost anything

Free Version: Simple Flash Card Maker – Make your own flash cards to help you memorise almost anything


Now FREE EDICT with Grammar – A Japanese Dictionary that Understands Grammar

Now FREE EDICT with Grammar – A Japanese Dictionary that Understands Grammar

FREE EDICT with Grammar – An iOS Japanese Dictionary that Understands Grammar

Dependency, an Australian software developer, (www.dependencysoftware.com) has recently released a free version of their iOS app “EDICT with Grammar”. EDICT with Grammar is a Japanese English dictionary built on the more than 20,000 most common words from the famous Monash University EDICT dictionary, but with an great bonus - it understands the Japanese grammar rules so you don't have to.


Download Animals for Tots for free this weekend

Download Animals for Tots for free this weekend

What could be a better than entertaining colorful and educational app for a little toddler? Yes, a free app. At AppAnnex we love our little customers and offer their parents to download our Animated Flashcards app for free during weekend starting April 13th.

Toddlers will love touching the animals and hearing them mooing and hoofing. Older children will learn to read and correctly pronounce animal’s names.

Whether you are at home, on the road or in a waiting room this app will help you to keep your child happy and entertained.


iDoc's Top 10 iPhone App Recommendations.

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Considering how many apps are available in the Apple app store, not to mention how many are actually on my iPhone (close to 300), it's a bit daunting of a task to come up with only 10 apps to recommend here and now! There are simply so many amazing and award-winning apps out there and each is suited to an individual uniquely.



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