I worked a bit on #nani, my #japanese dictionary app.

It allows you to download the dictionaries you are interested in (language, features, source, …) and use them offline to search for anything.

I made some internal changes to solve deprecation and other types of warnings, but most importantly, I added an option to see pitch accent information in different ways.


Help translate:


I also had fun creating a custom view to support kanjivg. I still need to figure out how to place it and how big to make it so it's useful and doesn't take too much space (taking any ideas).

Yes, I'm parsing SVG to get every stroke and draw them independently.

Also I'm extracting the element information from KanjiVG. The plan is to also show inhormation about these elements, maybe let the user give them a name to build a story like RTK.


@roptat This is really cool! Does it work on old versions of Android too?

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