10 Minute Japanese

10 Minute Japanese

By Clever Apps

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2021-12-01
  • Current Version: 1.0.17
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 84.30 MB
  • Developer: Clever Apps
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 3.97205
From 322 Ratings


Japanese is easy! All you need is 10 minutes a day. This is enough to improve your speaking, listening, and even writing skills quickly. With the 10-Minute Japanese app, you are going to get better at speaking and understanding the language by expanding your vocabulary—over 500 new words in a month, each month. Why 10-Minute Japanese? *It’s scientifically proven* The method of spaced repetition enables you to remember words and expressions far better than usual lessons. Even in a year, you will be able to recall 90% of everything you have learned. 10-Minute Japanese employs a learning technique recognized by the best world’s universities. Breaking down big topics into smaller parts allows you to learn the most valuable information in less time, be it common Japanese collocations, idioms, or grammar rules. Our word-building exercises activate your visual memory and improve your language skills. Get one step ahead of everyone who studies Japanese. *It gets you speaking right away* The first 500 most popular words and phrases will serve as a powerful boost for your Japanese. You will learn to describe your life, socialize and speak in the workplace more confidently. *You learn fast* In 3 months, you will cover a language program designed for a one-year college course. Choose the most compelling ones from 40 up-to-date topics: Travelling and Life in a big city, Business and Job interview, Slang, Hobbies, and many more. Learn top 100 verbs and adverbs to see the improvement immediately. Your aspiration means everything. It doesn’t matter that you don’t have much time to spend on your Japanese studies. Start off with only 10 minutes a day, and this will work wonders for your skills. Begin now, and you’re going to be surprised how good at Japanese you really are. Access to the 10-Minute Japanese application is offered on a subscription basis. In order to use the app’s services, you will need to subscribe to any of the available plans. If you choose to subscribe, the payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period at the same price. You can manage your subscription at any time and turn off auto-renewal by going to your iTunes Account Settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when the user purchases a 10-Minute Japanese subscription. Terms of use: https://www.mobilecleverapps.com/terms Privacy policy: https://www.mobilecleverapps.com/privacy



  • Very educational

    By RMillo333
    Love to continue to this course
  • Scam

    By Tiedotir
    Take $87 can’t cancel. Will have to dispute charges with my bank. Thieves
  • Fun way to learn

    By Vanta101
    I’ve just started day one of the free trial. The app is pretty good, a lot like duolongo except they start you immediately learning phrases rather than from the very basics like hiragana and katakana. The forced use of kanji right off the bat is a little intimidating however I suppose I can’t imagine a better way to learn than a cold shower. I think if you’ve taken the time to learn how the language works fundamentally and you’ve started on another app like I have but are looking for a challenge this is just the right app for you.
  • Great, but missing basics

    By .;$?,$(6.<*+<€
    It seems great, but I haven’t found a way for it to teach the letters themselves. It seems like it just expects you to already know them, which I don’t.
  • Volume stopped working

    By mostflogged
    I liked the app when it worked and used it every few days. Good for when you only have a few minutes and want to study really quickly. However about a month and a half ago the Volume stopped working, I tried restarting my phone, closing all other apps, even deleted the app and reinstalled but nothing fixed it. I couldn’t email the company through the app it would just give me an error. The volume not working was an issue when it’s just showing you kanji you haven’t memorized yet and it quizzes you on the leaning. Bro I need to hear it. anyway it was a fine app until it broke and I couldn’t find any way to repair it.
  • I don’t see a way to unsubscribe my 7 day trial subscription.

    By BunnyCareOat
    I don’t see a way to unsubscribe my 7 day trial subscription. Can you please help me unsubscribe? I do not want to pay for this app. It’s not a bad app; I think it could be helpful to many people, but I don’t think it was what I wanted. Please tell me how to unsubscribe. I will file a refund anyways.
  • Not good

    By Nngddggddsaa
    Makes you pay for it on day 1.
  • Unsubscribed

    By MoBolin567
    I downloaded and paid for this app before traveling to Tokyo to familiarize myself with some vocabulary that I didn’t know. I regret paying for the expense when this app is mostly just flash cards, and found that while I enjoyed practicing new words with it, it was not incredibly useful in practice without grammatical context. I tried some phrases out with locals when visiting restaurants but was met with a lot of confusion, which made me believe that perhaps some of the vocab was inaccurate for daily communication. This app cost too much for what I got out of it and I was certainly a victim of Instagram advertising.
  • No refunds on subscriptions! Beware of the free trial

    By PatriciaEP
    Be careful if you sign up for the free trial to make sure you cancel before it subscribes you. It’s $90 for a whole year, and the customer support emails don’t get responses, so you won’t get a refund. 😬 dont make the same dumb mistake I did. The app itself is… ok. I don’t feel like I’m learning useful things. The lessons are a little random.
  • Another subscription based app

    By Olivioncé💖
    There’s no free version? Even Duo is free. 🤷🏾‍♀️ Will just have to continue Anki and reading Genki and using Chrome extensions for reading/watching shows.