Hankyou Cards is a flashcard app. It has built-in Japanese kanji and vocabulary from KanjiDamage, and supports creating and sharing custom decks of flash cards.
This was made as a personal project to study kanji, but custom decks allows you to create and use flashcards for anything you need to practice! So feel free to sign up and take a look
How Hankyou Cards works
To start off, you can enable various core decks in the Decks tab. There are core decks for things like Japanese or sheet music. Click on the deck, and press the "enable" button to indicate, that you're actively pracitcing the cards in the deck. From this page, you can also adjust in which pile each card is in.
From here, you can also make custom decks. Custom decks allow you to practice whatever you want. You can use raw JSON-format to share cards or create cards outside of Hankyou Cards and import them.
When you review a card, it will sleep for an increasing amount of hours each time, before coming back for review.
When you review cards, you answer honestly if you could recall the answer or not. If you did, the card moves up a rank, indicating your progress on learning the card. This increases its sleep time. If you didn't remember, it goes back to the beginning, giving you more opportunities to remember the card better. Cards in the lower ranks come back faster, meaning you will practice them more.
Thanks to KanjiDamage.com
for compiling kanji and jukugo and creating mnemonics and descriptions.
Thanks to to the people who created the kanji database: Tamaoka, K., Makioka, S., Sanders, S., & Verdonschot, R. G. (2013). The new 2136 Japanese Jōyō kanji web-accessible database. Accessible at the web site http://www.kanjidatabase.com/
Thanks to everyone who created icons for game-icons.net: Lorc
, John Colburn
, John Redman
, Carl Olsen
, Viscious Speed
, Lord Berandas
, Andy Meneely
, Kier Heyl
, Simon (aussiesim)