Satori Reader APK

Version - com.braksoftware.SatoriReader
Last updated: Fri, 22 Oct 2021 15:13:58 UTC

Japanese reading and listening practice at just the right level.

Satori Reader apk

APP Information

Download Version (65)
Apk Size25.77 MB
App DeveloperBrak Software
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.braksoftware.SatoriReader.apk

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App Description

Satori Reader is braksoftware,satorireader,education,satori,reader, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Brak Software website who developed it. com.braksoftware.SatoriReader.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 45+ times on store. You can also download com.braksoftware.SatoriReader APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Ready to take your Japanese reading and listening comprehension to the next level? Welcome to Satori Reader.

Read from a growing library of articles written by native speakers for intermediate students, organized into interesting series such as news, stories, dialogs, and more.

Tap any sentence to hear it read aloud by native voice actors (no robots!).

Crack the chicken-and-egg problem of reading kanji with our unique presentation engine, which adjusts the Japanese text to accommodate your actual knowledge. This allows you to challenge yourself for the kanji you should know without being overwhelmed by what you don't.

Tap any word for a definition. This is more than just an automated lookup. Satori Reader shows the actual sense of each word as it's being used in the sentence. For example, the particle の has many uses: it can indicate possession; it can turn the preceding verb or phrase into a noun; it can stand in for another word; and more. We show you exactly what is happening in every instance of every word.

Gray underlines indicate longer annotations that break down tricky expressions, provide cultural background, or help you to read between the lines. Our editors work hard to anticipate what might be confusing and proactively help you to make sense of things. Good-bye, confusion. Hello, clarity!

Create review cards instantly as you read. Later, review them using the built-in spaced repetition system. Each card you create takes along a snapshot of the sentence in which you encountered the word. You can even listen to the audio for those sentences during reviews to further cement the word into memory.

Still confused about something? Just ask in the comment section below each article. Knowledgeable staff are ready to help.

Satori Reader is built by a team that cares. Our goal is to bring satori (enlightenment) into your Japanese reading life. Set up a free account today, and let's get started.

App ChangeLog

  • 1.0.8
  • - Removed "swipe to go back" functionality in response to user feedback. (Simply use the OS back button to achieve the same effect.)
  • 1.0.7
  • - Fixed crashing issue affecting Android 5.0
  • - Fixed WaniKani sync setup.
  • - Fixed issue in which certain review cards would cause a freeze.
  • 1.0.6
  • - Fixed crashing issue affecting users whose default language is set to Thai.
  • Thank you for your continued support! We are working hard to make Satori Reader better every day!

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Cal Moore-avatar

    Cal Moore

    Satori Reader is a superb app for Japanese reading (and listening) practice, with customizable kanji display, tailored definitions, helpful explanations, and a variety of styles, genres and difficulty-levels of content. Staff are friendly and super-responsive; IMO their detailed, thoughtful responses to users’ specific questions alone are worth the price of admission. You really do feel that they care about their product and their users. Other reviewers aren’t kidding; this deserves six stars. Note: This app is NOT geared to absolute beginners, or to kanji acquisition. It's suited to users already exposed to the basics via another resource (e.g. Genki, Human Japanese, etc.) who are looking to practice and develop their skills.

  2. Mirnes-avatar


    Best reading comprehension app by far, but a bit too boring for me unfortunately. I'd love to love it, but I just don't 😔. I wish it had some fantasy/scifi stories to keep me really hooked, since that's the stuff that makes me wanna push forward the most. Multiple characters and some nice action. I'd love something like Rokka no Yuusha in this format, I'd read it in a heartbeat! But that's just me 😅

  3. Pierre-Marie Bernard-avatar

    Pierre-Marie Bernard

    Back in the mukashi mukashi times and until a couple of years ago, the intermediate reader of Japanese was stuck between a rock, boring textbook material with furigana all over the place even for basic kanjis, and a hard place, undecipherable reading material for natives. It's all over and I believe Satori Reader has killed the doukai game already. Why? You can upload the kanjis you know already and the app won't display the furigana for these. Bing! So, yes, believe the hype. Just try it.

  4. Alessandro Gonzalez-avatar

    Alessandro Gonzalez

    This app is excellent and super helpful! I highly recommend even for beginners such as myself. Once I know more Japanese I intend to pay as I think this app is actually worth it. I currently don't subscribe to anything (not even Netflix or Spotify!) so that is saying a lot! Just working slowly through one story a few minutes a day will help over time!

  5. Stephanie Weichert-avatar

    Stephanie Weichert

    Excellent learning resource, very flexible and effective. Native speaker audio recordings for all text, built-in flash cards, and customizable kanji/furigana display. The developers go above and beyond to respond to feedback and make requested improvements. Great value. Thank you!!

  6. Matthew Hayes-avatar

    Matthew Hayes

    This should be a daily-use tool for any serious learner of Japanese, whether you're lower-intermediate, or years deep into your study. There is so much incredible content here, and every bell and whistle one could ask for (narration with adjustable speed, instant tap translations with additional notes, adaptive Kanji usage based on your knowledge, a built-in SRS study tool for vocab, and more). The UI and layout are world-class, and Brian Rak is a highly responsive, caring developer. Incredible.

  7. Sarah Hunter-avatar

    Sarah Hunter

    Wonderful! Excellent for listening practice. People are complaining about the price, which is weird. No one complains about Netflix et al, which doesn't even teach you a new skill! Articles can be sorted by difficulty level, which helps for selection. Clicking on words and phrases gives you explanations. You can mark new words and take quizzes on vocabulary/grammar. Suggestion- I'd like to listen in the car, so autoplay and bigger buttons would help... But nbd. Thank you for the awesome app!

  8. arpit kumar-avatar

    arpit kumar

    I am not able to buy subscription at the summer discounted price using Google Play. Can you do something about this or is this Google Play's fault? I had some balance on Google Play. PS: This is the best app. Subscription is a bit expensive. I looked for other options but none comes close to this so I will be subscribing.

  9. John Chapman-avatar

    John Chapman

    Good app overall but there's a bug where if I try to change the speed of the audio the sound cuts out. Works fine on the mobile web version though so probably an issue with my mobile. Thanks very much to Brian for his advice.

  10. Langsalot-avatar


    The BEST way to learn Japanese. Phenomenal