The advanced deck for the Anki alternative Jalup NEXT was also released this month. Jalup NEXT is basically Japanese SRS cards optimized for beginner, intermediate, and now advanced learners looking to boost their reading and listening skills. The teaching method is focused on learning Japanese in context and making connections through the language – instead of thinking in English while you learn, you're meant to start thinking in Japanese as soon as possible.
Besides the obvious perk of not having to make your own cards, Jalup NEXT offers full sentences with the ability to click on any phrase, word, or particle – bringing you to a new card with a simpler example and meaning explanation. Each of these cards has natural, native Japanese audio, not just for the parts of speech but for the sentences too. This is a huge improvement over the automated robot voices that these types of decks usually offer (especially if you're an Anki lover).
Jalup NEXT offers full sentences with the ability to click on any phrase, word, or particle – bringing you to a new card with a simpler example and meaning explanation.
The new advanced deck offers 1,000 new sentence cards, teaching words, context for words with multiple meanings, and reinforcing grammar. It's a ton of content to get through. Even more so if you count the 2,000+ beginner and intermediate cards and the 2,300 kanji cards you can also get on the site.
If you aren't sure if you're ready to switch from your current flashcard program, or simply don't want to commit to spending money, the first 100 cards in all decks are free. And the very first deck, called "Kana Conqueror" is completely free, so you can make sure you like the teaching style before you buy. And if you do drop some dough, there's a 30-day money back guarantee, so what's not to like about that?