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    Everything I have ever said was a lie, and that's the truth.

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    Enjoying the good life with your interac salary I see.....
    Was given it as a present back in the day and don't use it often enough to warrant upgrading. But my school allows ipads in the staff room but not my phone..

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    I know about imiwa? but will check out the others
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    Pretty sure Skritter works offline.

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    I have a Japanese itunes account, so i pretty much just dl whatever app and use it for practice. Searching "Kanji" (漢字) brings up some really good ones. They are all kind of Kanji tests~

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    I have an app called Human Japanese. It's really nice and goes through Japanese step by step starting with hirigana. The only downside is no writing, but you can always grab a notepad and do writing on the side (as you probably should anyhow).

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