Review from Samantha Bourdelier
I really got a lot of use out of this app until the last level. When I first started I enjoyed the increase in speed. Then all of a sudden it went faster than s lizard drinking. I was able to get some but I could not identify the letters. I think it was too fast for even people using the Rochester method, and I knew someone who used it. I was an interpreter at a local community college. I have been to a deaf camp meeting as well. I had the opportunity to interpret at a few science fiction convention and interpreted for a celebrity lunch who had just got his star on the walk of fame. unfortunately I have become a little rusty. I keep running into deaf people so maybe the Gods are trying to tell me something. I just wish the finger spelling was a little slow. When I was finger spelling she asked me to slow down. Receptive finger spelling has always been a problem with me and I would love to improve in that so I can go back to work.
October 5, 2015I've gotten that comment a lot. Today I'll release an update the allows you to toggle adaptive speed on or off and set a speed to that is comfortable to you.
Awesome but the ads One ad I saw was potentially pornographic. The app itself is totally 5 stars. It gets harder as you go on and slows down if your stars (how many times you had to watch a word signed) are showing that it's going too fast. Great app! I will definitely achieve my teacher's expectations with this. Please filter the ads more though.
Incorrect I learned alphabet from a translator. Several letters differed from my teacher. The B should have the the thumb across the palm. Pretty sure the D had the last 2 fingers against the palm. For F, teacher strongly emphasized pointer finger touches the thumb near the first bend, not at the tip. G appears to be tilted differently due to a bent wrist. Maybe these are regional variants or casual signs. I want to feel confident I am learning good form, just as if I was learning proper English in school, not slang.
I learned ASL as a preteen and only used it to communicate with my one friend. We grow apart and I never used it after. Now in my mid fifties I am experiencing diminished hearing, and have found myself needing to use ASL. Starting I had no confidence using sign and downloaded this app. This app has boosted my confidence 100%. Well done, thanks.
Good Practice, Fun to Play This is a great app to help practice receptive skills for fingerspelling. It doesn't feel like studying, it feels like a game. The way it's set up, it quickly figures out your skill level and adjusts the speed and word length accordingly.
Not bad Would be better if photos of handshapes consistent same place/size. When watching signer fingerspell, hand remains still - nt left and right forward and back. Very hard to read esp at speed.
So much fun! I know hand signs, but I need practice reading the fingerspelling. This app helps me practice at faster and faster rates, also increases the size of the words. :) There's a game!
- Option screen now gives the ability to set your own speed for signing. Just turn ADAPTIVE SPEED off and set the speed you would like to play at (works on PLAY section only).
- Fixed error in Learn section (thanks to Simone Cayce)
- Fixed the six star bug (thanks SteVen Batten); you will now have to see the signs before guessing
- Increased Speed for older devices. Let me know if you have any issues with this build.
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