I like the idea of WaniKani, but I prefer the "feel" of Anki, and also that the fact that I can choose my pace. The WaniKani Anki deck combines the best of both worlds with a Vocabulary, Radicals, and Kanji section. I'm not sure how much not having an input option to test me will affect my ability to remember words, quick. It seems pretty straight forward so far (heaven + age = 天才 (genius), eye + ball = 目玉 (eyeball), ビー + 玉 = ビー玉 (marble), etc.). Has anyone here actually used the WaniKani Anki deck as an alternative?
Edited: 2017-04-20, 1:01 am