What’s the frequency, Kenneth..?

Greetings and Salutations!

I am a father of a fantastic, smart, handsome, funny, brilliant son.  Husband to a calming, beautiful, funny, smart woman.  I currently live in Japan, but have lived in Colorado, Georgia, Upstate NY, Ohio, CT.  I have visited many places around the globe but still find myself woefully ignorant of homo sapiens.  Odd creatures, indeed.  🙂

My name is Neil and I love to windsurf, BBQ on the beach, hang out with friends, read, code, workout, love my family, watch movies etc.


2 Responses to What’s the frequency, Kenneth..?

  1. Student says:

    Thank you so much for making this app I have installed both of them ihiragana and ikatakana. It’s helped me a lot since I’m learning Japanese at school for one year it’s compulsory that you learn a language(I don’t think I’ll learn much since the class is so noisy). I’m a student which concentrates on studying this is the best free hiragana and katakana charts I have seen. I’m hoping you’ll expand to the Korean alphabet(I’ve been looking for one for a while now) if you do I’ll be sure to download it. In my opinion I think the apps are fine as they are because it’s easy to download because of the app size only like 1.3 MB or something like that. If you really wanted it to be improved you could put stroke animation with writing capabilites but it would make the app size a lot bigger so I like it how it is now.

    Thank you again

    • pookaboy says:

      Thanks for the feedback!

      I haven’t thought about Korean, so thank for the suggestion. I am going to update both apps in the near future to add a few more symbol/sound combinations. But it won’t make them much larger – maybe 1.5 – 1.7 Meg.

      There are lots of free stroke animation apps available and I wanted to do something a bit different and something that I use myself too.

      Thanks again for the feedback! I appreciate it greatly!

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