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This app is super easy to use and I’m learning quickly. However I find myself switching back and forth over and over to another app with a character chart because I have no idea what certain characters should should like (it’s a little hard to pick out exactly what they’re saying in audio clips and I wanna know for sure). I’d love to see side by side romaji and kana/kanji in the vocabulary list for each level and a character chart for reference.
I feel like this game is under rated. Sure it doesn’t teach you sentence structure. But honestly for a beginner that’s not where you want to start. This is a great vocabulary game to build your vocabulary before you reach the point to where you need to learn sentence structure. Which I think is absolutely important. Because other wise you are reading gibberish and ur gonna have to go back to the dictionary a lot. If you have a good base line then all you have learn is the participles. Basically what I’m saying is this is the app for you if you are an absolute beginner.
This was a fun and effective tool for brushing up on some Japanese vocabulary for my adhd brain, it was good at keeping my attention. But it started lagging and my phone started to overheat with only this app running. It’s an older iPhone so it does overheat occasionally, but for a game as graphically simplistic as this I was a bit surprised how much power it took to play. Maybe it could be optimized better? I would recommend it regardless, just pay attention if you have an older phone.
I love the Infinite app! Very helpful addition to learning a new language. I noticed however there doesn’t seem to be a list of ways to say time — O’clock, quarter after/before, half past, etc. Also, helping to stop bombs dropping is great but could you do mazes or races with words as goals? Or a maze where small goals with words are achieved culminating in a complete sentence at the end? Thank you so much!
Though I can’t say it’s the most efficient way to teach new vocabulary words, especially since you won’t be able to use those words in a practical way if you’re learning from this app alone, I can say it’s a fun way to pass time and to introduce new words you can then use to further study with a book, speaking buddy or writing practice. I would give this app 5 stars if there’s a way to use it without requiring earphones, for times when I either don’t want to or don’t have access to my Bluetooth earphones.
I was looking for an app that was fun, easy, yet learnable. This app is perfect ! Even if I’m only on Animal 2, I’ve learned every word by heart ! I love the idea and how some words go down faster. 😅 it surprised me quite a bit when a word came crashing down. I hope this helps you make the decision to download this amazing app!I suggest you do, because you won’t regret it!It’s really helpful and I even get to watch one ad video to suspend all of the other adds for the full day! Unlike other apps you don’t have to have an add every second.It’s so heartbreaking when a word crashes all the way down 😓 which is why it really gives you that extra push to memorize each word carefully, but fast enough to get through many lessons faster! This way you can learn more, in a short amount of time !!!In my opinion, FOR FREE, that’s a good deal
This won’t teach you grammar or sentences, it’s purely a vocab game. But it’s fun and stylist, so it’s great to use alongside other methods of learning Japanese. From what I can tell it only teaches the pronunciation and romaji for each word, not the furigana or kanji, but if you’re studying the written language separately you should be able to figure out the written versions easily enough. This is my favorite game to play when I have a spare five minutes and I want to learn a new word or two!
This app is exactly what I was looking for, a simple way to learn and reinforce vocabulary. Please consider periodically adding new words/categories so that users can learn beyond the existing static list. Also, we would learn better if, once we have chosen the correct answer, it also said the word out loud to reinforce it. I know several kanji now, for instance, by sight but don’t know the actual word, and vice versa — a great improvement would be to provide the missing (word or kanji) after the player makes the right selection, to reinforce the meaning/sound pairing.
My family is stuck in quarantine so we thought we should try something new and my sister and I thought we should learn a new language and we all decided on Japanese. Most of the apps either didn’t help at all or all of the lessons were stuck behind some kind of premium membership but this app is completely free and it has ways of teaching and being fun at the same time. Because of this app I now no longer need fancy flash cards or premium memberships. If you are trying to learn Japanese I seriously recommend this app to you.
I love this app so much it’s the most fun medium I have for learning vocabulary. I started off with the free version which was ok but once I realized I could change it from romaji to kana I was sold. Once I bought the app I was able to turn the difficulty up (how fast your meteor goes down the screen lowering the time you have to think) it was night and day. 1) It’s much less boring and keeps you on your toes 2) It saves so much time. Running through reviews on insane difficulty with the kana turned on is just immersion heaven for me!
Learn Japanese by playing fun and interactive games in space! Infinite makes learning the most common words of Japanese easy and fun with it’s game-first method of learning. • Learn Japanese without using English, just like a native! • Gain mastery of words by being tested on the audio, text, and images individually. • Quicken your word recall by answering questions against the clock. • 30 second levels allow for learning no matter how much time you have. • Customize your review by selecting words from any category to be tested on.