Want to study kanji but you left all your flashcards at home? Help is at hand because your iPod is not only musical but literate too.

kanjiPod is a program for generating sets of files for studying kanji on the iPod via the Notes feature. Programming maestros can download the Python based source code here and get cracking putting together personalised files, while code allergic mere mortals can simply download one of three pre-compiled dictionary files:
– Shimbun + Radicals set: of 844 kanji found in newspapers
– Jōyō Kanji 1-6 set: but note that 6 kanji were cut because of filesize restrictions
– JLPT 3/4 Kanji set: (not authoritative)
[courtesy of Nihongojouzu.com]

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