After three months of development, KaniManabu is now available on the Mac App Store. I decided to develop this app since I felt that Anki isn’t working for my Japanese language studies and I want something like WaniKani where you type the meaning and the reading to study words. The templates for Anki just feels too clunky to use or don’t work with mobile.
KaniManabu is meant to be an easy to use alternative to Anki for those who are in the Apple Ecosystem. No need to mess with templates in Anki. There are three predefined deck types (Kana, Vocabulary, and Kanji) to choose from. An other deck type will be added in the future. KaniManabu features a Wanikani-like system where you type in the answers. However, if you prefer the Anki-style of studying, Anki Mode is available.
You can learn more about our new Japanese vocabulary/Kanji flash hard app at the official website. A subscription is available for additional decks above three, premium TTS voices, and other planned features. I plan to release an iOS/iPad version, which will be included in the future, which should have most of the features of the macOS version.
For active patrons, you should continue to use the Patron-exculsive client, which is downloadable from the official website.