The more you guys out there support me with your feedback and positive reviews, the more I’ll keep polishing and adding to the apps. Thanks, all.
iTunes reviews over 3 months.
Not entirely my choice but I’ll be removing support for iOS6 from all apps by the new year. Compatibility will start from iOS7.
Developing and testing for iOS6 using Xcode is no longer supported by Apple as standard. Of course, with fiddling there are ways to make it work but I’d rather spend time adding new features than having a hair-pulling battle with Xcode. Just to let you know.
As to the whys and hows, I know not. Suffice to say that Flash! and Quizlet have decided that they, after all, are meant to be together.
Thanks for the support, all. I think it may well have made the difference.
The missing piece is finally here: full native speaker audio for the JLPT N1-5 vocabulary sets. Synthesised voices? sorry, you’re not welcome here. Learn from the real thing.
Auto mode will play the audio every time you swipe or study a sticky. Manual mode (switchable in settings) will play only when required.
Available early August.
Japanese v3.1 (available late February) is a major update bringing the detail of a kanji dictionary into each sticky:
◆ Contains all 6355 for kanji kentei level 1.
◆ Detailed radical information.
◆ Kanji are broken down into their elements.
◆ SKIP codes.
◆ Stroke count.
◆ Dictionary codes.
◆ Radicals, elements, stroke count and SKIP codes are hyperlinked to allow you to drill down to related kanji.
New English -> Japanese dictionary
◆ Live searching as you type.
◆ Entries grouped by English keywords.
◆ SKIP searching - just type the number (eg, 2-5-10).
◆ New deck list instead of the spinny wheel thingy.
◆ Saving a sticky now uses a deck called 'Saved' not the current deck.
◆ New iPad font.
◆ Bugs fixes.