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Happy July. It's hard to imagine we're already halfway through 2020! This month's newsletter is full of lots of new study materials, new videos, and plenty more to keep you busy over the summer.

As always, stay safe and healthy, and keep on studying!


- The Skritter Team
 

App Updates

This past month was a flurry of small patch updates for the mobile clients (release notes here), which largely focused on improving sync-performance, fixing some pesky bugs, and migrating our mobile billing code to the v3 API. As part of that updated we've now started offering our 6-month subscription option inside the Skritter: Write Chinese and Skritter: Write Japanese apps. Switch to this option from your Google Play, or App Store subscription pages respectively, and save 33% off the usual monthly rate.

Download on iOS
Download on Google Play

🏆 Last Month's Study Stats

The study streaks continued in June, with 5% of our users never breaking the chain and missing a day of study. 

🏆 Fluent Forever X Skritter

Fluent Forever is the most crowdfunded app in history, and as of this month, they're teaching Japanese! We're partnering with the Fluent Forever team to help boost those reading and writing skills the Skritter way. So, if you're studying Japanese with Fluent Forever be sure to add the official study deck to your library today! Find it in the "Featured" area of our Japanese app, or on the website.

Interested in checking the app out? Save 30% off any 12 or 24-month subscription purchase by using the links below. 

30% off your 12-month subscription

30% off your 24-month subscription

Note: These are affiliate links, which help us earn a small commission on purchases.

🖌 Featured Decks

Study these decks along with the embedded video right from the Skritter: Write Chinese / Japanese apps. Just navigate to featured in the deck browser. This area gets updated regularly so if you're looking for something new to study, be sure to check in regularly. 

  🎥 Featured Videos

🖌 Featured Blog

There are some 2 character Japanese words that work in either order and are still words, even when you reverse the order of the two characters. For most 2 character words this wouldn’t work, but here is a list of some of them! See which ones can be reversed here.

🚀 Best of Social Media

🔢 #ChengyuTuesdsay

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