iKanji is developing very nicely and I hope to have it ready for beta testing within the next 7 or 8 days. So time for some more details on this great new app. For a start people have been asking how many kanji it will contain. iKanji 1.0 will contain 2227 kanji, which includes all kanji in grades 1 to 6 and JLPT levels 1 to 4. In addition to that all 214 classical radicals are present and there are just shy of 20,000 example words. A good number of the most common kanji will also have animated stroke drawing guides.
Like iKana, iKanji is split into several modules; there is a flash card viewer and editor, a kanji meaning test, a kanji reading test and a kanji writing test. iKanji tracks scores across all these tests and provides detailed information on your proficiency in each kanji so you can track your learning progress.
Here are some teaser images…
More details to follow early next week.