App Store: Japanese

The most expensive App I’ve bought from iTunes was the Oxford Dictionary costing US$15. Now, there’s another app that I am eyeing on. A Japanese-English and vice versa dictionary costing a whopping US$19.99. I am running pretty low on my iTunes credits, therefore a little prudence in purchasing is required. Read the reviews which were highly positive – but the question remains, will this be another impulse purchase that will end up being just another icon on my homescreen. Am afraid – yes.

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5 Responses to “App Store: Japanese”


  1. 1 zzeed January 15, 2010 at 5:57 am

    BigMacky

    Very neat. How good is your Japanese? So good, that you might not need it? Hehe.

    • 2 BigMacky January 15, 2010 at 6:27 am

      zzeed

      My Japanese is like Lego Bricks. I compose my sentence brick by brick and sometimes it makes no sense. That’s really how good my Japanese is. I wish it could be better. Sighhhhhh ….

  2. 3 zzeed January 17, 2010 at 9:46 am

    BigMacky,

    Still better than mine.

  3. 4 seebee0509 January 18, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    Hey you really got into this Japan thing. It’s easy for you that the Kanji words are similar to chinese character. My japanese is like Lego Duplo. Very few words.


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