Bunpo is a free, fast and easy way to learn Japanese. On Bunpo you can - Master Hiragana and Katakana - Learn grammar from JLPT N1 all the way through N5. - Get JLPT ready with interactive lessons. (Over 1500 example sentences and 7000 quiz questions) - Put your memory to the test by writing, reading and listening Japanese. - Enhance your studying with a personalized curriculum. - Keep learning even when you're offline! Read about our privacy&terms here - http://getbunpo.com/ Any feedback? Feel free to contact us to email@example.com yuki
I studied Japanese before with a teacher and this app is just incredible. Simple and easy to use and top notch all the way! Thank you
I don’t usually write reviews but this app is actually good. It pretty interactive especially for Use of famous actors and characters from shows in it sentence examples :) 5 stars from me
Exam oriented. Well organised episode.
this app has been really helpful so far, especially compared to all of the other ones that i’ve tries so far! i already know hiragana and katakana so it is very frustrating when i download other apps and it forces me to review both of them in their entirety before i can move on (● ˃̶͈̀ロ˂̶͈́)੭ꠥ⁾⁾ this is also really helpful in helping me learn the japanese keyboard!!!
This app has helped me so much. I use this to study along with my textbook. I love that it’s free and effective. If a price is ever put on this I would pay no questions asked.
I found this app a little while ago and started studying with it. All the grammar points are so simply put, yet understandable and effective. I have even started incorporating some into daily conversation! I seriously can’t believe it’s free!! I use this app daily. Thank you to the developers who made this!
This app is very fun and it’s super helpful! I love apps that incorporate examples and also allow for the reader to make their own guesses from Japanese to English and from English to Japanese. I’ve already referred to to several of my friends that are learning Japanese language, but don’t have the time to take classes at a community college. I went to Japan last year and knew enough Japanese to get by, but would love to continue learning so next time I return to Japan I can commerce better with the locals in Japanese! :D
Very complete application to study Japanese. It is the application that I have been looking for years. Hope you can add more modules even though this app will keep you busy for a long time. I really like the conception. Once you try this application you will delete all the others. Great job. 本当どうもありがとうございます。
I have been using this app for a few days only, but it’s simply amazing. The lessons are simple but effective. The developer is very, VERY responsive. You can ask him questions about the lessons or point out problems and they get fixed really quickly. I reported two problems and the developer replied and fixed them both within 12 hours. If this app is ever a paid app or even a subscription, I’d pay for it because responsive developers deserve every support they can get. Also, I may be wrong about this, but I think the developer is a Japanese native who is fluent in English, so you can be assured that the lessons are as real as they can get, and the app doesn’t try to teach you things the same way as many other apps that teach you by “Enflishying” the language too much.
I reviewed Bunpo before and loved it, and several updates later this is still a really solid language app. I’m shocked this isn’t more well-known by the language learning community at large—this is pretty much the ultimate grammar guide for all things Japanese? Far more so than any competing language apps like Duolingo or LingoDeer. This is the sort of resource I wanted for literal YEARS, where you have the whole range of Japanese grammar from N5 to N1 and not just the basics, while still being a fun and gamified learning experience. Months later I’m still kinda floored such an app finally came into existence. And Bunpo manages to do all of this while keeping a very polished UI, frequently adding and updating content, and all for free, without ads! Honestly remarkable and, like many have said, if it did become a paid app in the future it would certainly be worth it. (Fwiw as a broke college student a one-off fee would be preferable, but I’d even invest in a reasonable subscription plan for you, Bunpo.) My one complaint with the newest update is being required to swap to the Japanese keyboard, unlike the old typing quizzes where it just automatically converted your romaji into kana. I’m lazy, I liked that old system :’) That being said, the actual layout of the new typing quizzes looks nicer and works a lot better than before!! They also seem more challenging, but in a good, “I can feel myself having to actually think about this and use my prior knowledge” sort of way. The new app icon looks a lot nicer, too; a much better fit for the quality of the app and its content.