zkanji for Mac

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zkanji by Solyom Zoltan is an open-source program that helps users learn the Japanese language. It provides many useful features such as long-term study lists, the built-in dictionary with more than 210,000 words, a kanji search with animated stroke order, and much more. Unfortunately, there is no version of zkanji for Mac available on the market, therefore, you might want to look for the applications that can assist in learning Japanese on Mac computers as well. Here is a list of best alternatives to zkanji for Mac.

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Dictionary Free

by Apple Inc.

Dictionary is an application included in Mac OS X. It is a standalone program. You can also access it as a Widget app. Its dictionaries are used by the system as a spell checking resource.

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Yazi Free

by NS Software

Yazi is a dictionary program designed to assist users in their study and understanding of different Asian languages. It has both a browse-able dictionary, and a lookup window where characters can dynamically be looked up using OS X services.

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Japanese Dictionaries Free

by Tien Thinh Vu

"Japanese Dictionaries" is an an offline multi-language dictionary application dedicated to Japaneses or to people studying Japanese. It included following dictionary database: - English - Japanese (90,000 words include samples)

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Happy Translating Free

by Eric Koziol

Happy Translating simplifies your screen by giving you side-by-side text editors and a dictionary window all in one. Contains JDIC for offline English to Japanese and Japanese to English referencing.

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Tagaini Jisho Free

by Alexandre Courbot

Tagaini Jisho is a free, open-source Japanese dictionary and kanji lookup tool that aims at becoming your Japanese study assistant.

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Tensai Free

by Justin Anderson

Tensai is a Japanese language dictionary and study aid for native English speakers, designed for maximum readability and efficiency to make studying less stressful and more fun.

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Mayjay Free

by Zig Zichterman

Mayjay is a Japanese-English dictionary. You type a word, then type enter. Mayjay displays definitions. You can type Japanese with kanji or hiragana, or katakana for loanwords.

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Jisho Free

by James Van Dyne

For a person not acquainted with the Japanese writing style but wishes to learn, the Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana scripts may be a little intimidating. With Jisho however, the learning process becomes much easier;

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Japanese-English Dictionary Free

by Apimac

Japanese-English Dictionary is dictionary that allows you to look up words, translate sentences and memorize words.When you are learning Japanese, communication with Japanese or traveling in Japan, Japanese-English Dictionary can help you a lot.

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Human Japanese Free

by Brak Software, Inc.

Human Japanese presents the Japanese language from square one in a warm, engaging tone. While other products focus on memorizing vocabulary, Human Japanese goes much deeper, drawing the student into the real mechanics of the language...

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