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Skritter Dev Notes (2.3.1)

In Development by Skritter

Greetings Skrittizens, A new Android beta and a website update await you. If you’re not in the Android beta and want in on the action, check out this article. If you’re one of our more China-inclined …

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Skritter Dev Notes (2.2.6 release)

In Development by Skritter

Hi Skritterers, we just pushed out a new Android beta update (2.2.6), and the website already has most of these features already live. Here are some highlights from the last release: Add dropdown with additional …

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Cartoon Character Challenge #5

In Chinese, Japanese by Jeremy Arns

Chinese and Japanese learners unite. This character challenge works for both languages! Below is an image of a scene, however it’s made up using Chinese characters only. The goal is to look at the image, …

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Skritter Dev Notes: May ’17

In Development by Skritter

Hi Skritizens, it’s been a couple weeks since the last update. We recently released a new Android Beta and updated the website. Here are some highlights of what’s new since the last notes (assume the …

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Cartoon Character Challenge #4

In Chinese, Japanese by Jeremy Arns

Chinese and Japanese learners unite. This character challenge works for both languages! Below is an image of a scene, however it’s made up using Chinese characters only. The goal is to look at the image, …

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Cartoon Character Challenge #3

In Chinese, Japanese by Jeremy Arns

Chinese and Japanese learners unite. This character challenge works for both languages! **EDIT** Whoops! This challenge will really only work for Japanese due to one character (机) not translating the same way in Chinese as …

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Skritter Dev Notes: April ’17

In Development by Skritter

Hi Skritterers! (What do we call ourselves? Skritterians? Skritter人?) We just updated the website and released a new Android beta. We tried to focus on visible changes in addition to our ongoing backend work. Our …

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Cartoon Character Challenge #2

In Chinese, Japanese by Jeremy Arns

Chinese and Japanese learners unite. This character challenge works for both languages! Below is an image of a scene, however it’s made up using Chinese characters only. The goal is to look at the image, and to …