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Phone software which uses the KanjiVG data

  • OBenkyo, an Android application to study hiragana, katakana and kanji.
  • Imiwa, a multilingual Japanese dictionary for iPhone and iPod touch devices.
  • Daily Kanji, a Windows 8/Windows Phone application that shows a different kanji every day in the live tile.
  • Japanese Kanji Study and Lookup, an Android app that attempts to be a simple yet powerful application for looking up and studying Japanese kanji.
  • Chinese character kanji Battle, a Japanese "kanji" practice Application Game
  • Kanji Book for iOS or Android, a game which helps learn the Joyo Kanji.

Other software

Software other than for mobile phones.

  • Tegaki, Open Source Chinese and Japanese handwriting recognition.
  • GeekJDict, a text-mode Japanese dictionary with powerful input and lookup capabilities.
  • Kanji Colorize, a collection of stroke order diagrams ready to be used with Anki and the script that produces them from KanjiVG data.
  • AniKanjiVG provides animated kanjis in SVG format generated from the KanjiVG data.
  • Kanimaji, a tool to generate animated SVG and GIF files from KanjiVG data.
  • KanjivgAnimate Easy animation for KanjiVG SVG files. (This is the animation software used on this website.)
  • GoKanjiVG This go module lets you interact with the KanjiVG dataset in Go.
  • kanji.gif - Animated gif kanjis and kanas collection, based on KanjiVG.
  • KVG is a library in Go which allows reading, parsing, and writing of the KanjiVG file format, as well as bulk editing of the files.
  • kanjistat offers tools for processing and analyzing Japanese kanji characters.


Things which don't fit in any of the above categories.