- Converts Text Into Sign Language
- Speaks The Currently Interpreted Character
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Tap a letter and you will see how to sign that letter.
Type in a word and you will be shown how to spell that word in sign.
Version 2 update: Based on some of your feedback I've made some small changes.
1) The "SPELL A WORD" button has a solid colour background to make it clear that it is a button.
2) The text at the top of the spell a word images page is larger and clearer.
3) The size of the app is reduced to 1MB.
4) The "J" and "Z" images now have arrows to imply movement.
The app is free and has no adds.
The application currently includes 5 sign language alphabets. These are the American Sign Language (ASL), British Sign Language (BSL), French Sign Language (LSF), Greek Sign Language (GSL) and South African Sign Language (SASL).
Despite the fact that there are various mobile service packages for Deaf people, these can still prove to be costly. SSMS main aim is to provide are more cost effective method of communication. SSMS makes use of graphical messages (hand shapes, signs) that are charged at normal SMS rates instead of MMS rates. The rates for sending an SSMS depend on the standard SMS rates of your cellular provider.
The application also aims to bridge the gap between Deaf and Hearing cultures. By allowing Deaf and Hard-of Hearing users to send and receive messages in their mother tongue, communicating can be more effective and pleasant. The translation feature allows hearing users to convert sign language messages into plain text.
• On-screen sign language alphabet keyboard.
• Receive and send messages in plain text and sign language.
• Translate sign language messages into plain text messages and vice versa.
• Message in Motion (MiM) to view sign language messages in motion. The speed of the motion can be set to improve viewing experience.
• Two different background themes. Based on research, the high-contrast black and yellow background theme should be more appealing to Deaf users. The second theme is a low-contrast grey background theme.
• Learning mode to view both sign language and plain text simultaneously in a message.
• Learn a sign language alphabet
• Set the size of the sign language and plain text characters
Please let us know if you find any bug in the application. We appreciate all the feedback that you have to offer and hope you enjoy the application.
Extra signs relevant to this topic (with detailed descriptions) have been added to support the communication needs for those who prefer to be able to refer to a mobile applications for the signs. It also contains a background introduction with information designed to encourage families and those working with children who are deaf or who have additional needs, to get involved.
Many more children and young people with special educational and additional speech and language needs also use BSL signs to support their communication and this application is designed to include all who sign.
This is a very simple application that will convert speech into readable text.
For a non-hearing or hard of hearing person, the application will allow faster communication with deaf persons. For deaf users, the software can assist in faster communication and may also be used as a useful tool when practicing your speech.
I would like to thank my friend Mitch Bergsma for the inspiration to write this useful tool.
Be sure to check out his latest videos on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/micbergsma
This application requires access to internet for the Google Speech engine, data rates may apply.
Currently the only supported language is English.
The complex consists of two android devices (phones or tablets), linked via Bluetooth.
Install the “Deaf-Hearing Chat Device-D” application on the first device (which will be used by a deaf person).
Install the “Deaf-Hearing Chat Device-H” application on the second device (which will be used by a hearing person).
Run the applications on both devices and link the devices via Bluetooth.
A hearing person speaks into the phone, the application transforms the speech into a text message and sends it to the Device-D (used by a deaf person). You can also exchange text messages between the devices.
The complex is very convenient for regular communication in families with a deaf family member. Each message is followed by vibration, so you can always call a deaf person, address him / her.
The complex may also be used by a deaf person to communicate with hearing people in a shop, a hospital, a bank, etc. In this case, a deaf person should have both devices with him / her and pass a device with a pre-installed “Device-H” application to a hearing manager or consultant to start communication at any time.
The application for the device-H, called Deaf-Hearing Chat Device H, enables a hearing person to type text messages on a virtual keyboard or using voice input (the button “Voice Input” or the button "Say and Send" ). You need an Internet access for voice input. To send a message to device-D you should press the button “Send”. The messages, received from the device-D, are shown on the display.
supported languages for voice input: English (US, UK, Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, South Africa ), French, German, Italian, Russian, Hebrew, Spanish (Spain, US, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela), Japanese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Czech, Turkish, Dutch, Mandarin Chinese (Traditional Taiwan, Simplified China, Simplified Hong Kong), Korean, Indonesian, Malaysian and some others.
There is only one true luxury, and that is the luxury of human relations ( Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, writer and aviator).
Please purchase this application only after testing the free trial version, so that you know exactly what you pay for. "Deaf - Hearing chat."H"-trial. The trial version contains 15 messages.
Buying applications for the complex you’re contributing to rehabilitation of the deaf and helping them to adapt to the modern world of hearing people.
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Watch the Bible and other video publications in sign language. Download them to your mobile device so that you can watch them when you are not connected to the Internet. Enjoy the colorful images, simple navigation, and easy-to-use controls.
- Simple Navigation. The Bible page lets you watch the New World Translation books that have been released. You can also watch individual verses that have not yet been released as part of the New World Translation but have been signed as part of other publications. The Library page displays other publications and movies that are available on jw.org.
- Quickly Look Up Cited Scriptures. While you are watching a video publication, swipe from the left edge of the screen to open the navigation drawer. The video will pause and you can tap the Bible button. Navigate to the cited Scripture and watch it. Using the navigation drawer, go back to the Library page to resume watching the original video.
- Easily Download Videos. The videos that you have not downloaded appear with dimmed colors. Tap a video to start downloading it from jw.org. Tap the Download All button to download all the videos on the page. Long press (tap and hold) a video to delete it from your device.
- Manage Space. You can choose whether to download larger (higher-quality) or smaller (lower-quality) videos. If your device has an SD card slot, you can choose whether to download videos to your device or to the SD card.
- Easy-to-Use Video Player. Use these simple gestures to control the video playback:
-- Two-finger tap: Play or pause the video.
-- Swipe left: Skip to the next marker.
-- Swipe right: Skip to the previous marker.
-- Single tap: Show or hide player controls.
- Custom playlists
- History of recently played videos
- Support for additional sign languages
- Support for Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) and later
Note: Log in to jw.org is only available for Android 4.0 and later
- Cancel all downloads available in Settings. This will stop all downloads that are in progress or in the queue.
- Color coding added to Bible books page. The colors correspond to the eight groupings explained in Question 19 of An Introduction to God’s Word. (http://www.jw.org/en/publications/bible/nwt/introduction/66-books-of-the-bible)
- New setting to enable downloading over cellular data connection.
- Fixed issue in video player when switching between Bible and other videos. Seen on some devices, including Galaxy Note 10.1.
- 1.0.4 - 1 crash bug fix
- 1.0.5 - New publications added
- 1.0.6 - New publications added
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Environment is too noisy, sore throat, shyness, hearing ... What? is an application that you allow to use the text as a means of communication.
The use of What? is simple and intuitive:
1. Write your text or Dictate your text using the voice option.
2. Validate by clicking on ok button or by using smiley.
The text will be displayed in full screen. It automatically adjusts to take more space and thus be visible in order optimal.
You could also use your previous typed messages
Example of use:
- In Concert
- In the subway
- In movies,
- With a hard of hearing
- In night-club,
- At a meeting ...
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The application has a very useful feature for translating speech into text, which comes in handy in two cases:
1. When a deaf person and a hearing person pass each other the phone during a conversation, a hearing person presses the “Listen” button or the “Listen and Note” button. When he or she speaks, the app translates the speech into text, displaying the message on the device screen.
2. A deaf person can direct the phone or a connected external microphone toward a hearing person, press the “Listen” button and listen to what the hearing person says to the deaf person.
Also, a deaf person can pronounce the message using a synthesized speech feature (Speak and Note button), if a deaf person does not speak.
The use of a single device is not too convenient for the full conversation between a deaf and a hearing persons (as you need to be close to each other and pass the phone), that’s why we recommend to use two devices with «Deaf-Hearing Chat. Device-H» and «Deaf-Hearing Chat.Device-D» applications installed.
Please purchase this application only after testing the free trial version (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=note.speak.listen.trial), so that you know exactly what you pay for.