Practise Japanese signs on your mobile phone
If you want to speak and understand Japanese there are lots of things to learn.
The Japanese signs are an important part of learning Japanese. There are three 'alphabets'; hiragana, katakana og kanji.
Traditionally, these are practised with a bunch of flash cards. After getting
many wondering looks on the bus while practising with my paper cards, I
created a small program that can run on a mobile phone. This way it just looks
as if you are writing a text message.
So far, I'm calling the program FlashKana. Unimaginative, I know...
FlashKana is freeware - I'm happy if you like it. I take no responsibility for
anything that may happen from your download or use of the program.
So far, I have tested FlashKana on Nokia 3510i and 3410,
but it should work on any phone with MIDP 1.0. Check this list of J2ME devices. If your phone is not listed as having MIDP 1.0 - or not listed at all - then FlashKana probably won't work on it.