How to Get an iPhone to Write in Hiragana?

Answer As its keyboard is contained completely within its screen, Apple's iPhone is capable of accommodating multiple alphabets and character systems. Hiragana is part of the "kana" Japanese character wri... Read More »

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How to Copy & Paste Hiragana?

"Hiragana" is the name of one of the three written languages of Japan--the other two being "Kanji" and "Katanaka"--and it has been widely used in Japan since the 10th century A.D. Viewing and copy/... Read More »

How to Read Hiragana and Katakana?

Japanese is a very big language trend and it's one of the easiest Asian languages to learn! But sometimes you can get the pronunciations confused and mixed up with the pronunciations of the English... Read More »

How to Get Japanese Characters (Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana) on Firefox?

Not all browsers display Japanese characters (Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana) automatically. To enable Japanese character detection on Firefox (and install a Windows language pack if necessary), follow ... Read More »

Can I write iPhone apps on a Mac G3?

No, you cannot write iPhone applications on a Mac with a G3 or any other PowerPC processor. The iPhone Software Development Kit requires a Mac with an Intel processor. Additionally, your computer m... Read More »