iPhone/iPad Application: Japanese Phrases
Our first iPhone application: a Beginning Japanese Talking Word & Phrase e-book
Download the free version and let us know what you think! The Paid version comes with a $5 coupon good at theJapanShop.com.
Learn Useful Japanese Phrases on your iPhone / iTouch AND iPad!
If you are a user and have any problems or questions about the application, please email us or call our Toll Free number at 1-866-837-3607.
TJP’s Flagship iPhone application is now on the iPad too!
2,700+ Phrases all with sound. This universal app works on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Buy it once and use it on any of these devices at no additional cost.
Perfect for those just starting out with Japanese. Designed for those with little or no Japanese knowledge, this iPhone app has hundreds of phrases and over 2,700 audio files recorded by a professional native voice actress. Dozens of cultural notes make this audio phrase ebook all the more useful.
Video of the iPhone version
Although this will be helpful for those traveling in Japan, it isn’t designed to be a travel phrasebook, but a conversation phrasebook. It is best for those who want to quickly learn conversational Japanese with correct pronunciation. The words and phrases encountered here are among the most used in everyday conversational Japanese.
Nothing can take the place of a good textbook and this is certainly not an attempt to do so. We highly recommend getting a textbook to keep your learning structured and regular.
A great way to learn vocabulary and grammar is to memorize phrases and to know when to use them. Listening and repeating the words and phrases also help improve pronunciation and listening comprehension.
This Application includes:
2,700+ audio recordings
Recorded by a native speaker
An introduction to Japanese article
Organized into logical and useful categories.
Interactive multiple choice quizzes for every category
Flashcard Function for all words and phrases
Works even without a network connection
(Free version has 450+ words and phrases)
And on the iPad:
Is this site helping your Japanese? Do you have a spare $1 to help Clay pay the bills?