ASL American Sign Language

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4.6
4.59K reviews
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About this app

Knowing American sign language (ASL) will enable you to meet and interact with a whole new group of people. It is our goal to deliver a convenient, enjoyable learning experience that goes beyond the basics.

ASL is a free sign language learning app. It is the perfect American Sign Language app for beginners. Your favourite ASL learning app now has an ASL dictionary.

𝐎𝐓𝐇𝐄𝐑 𝐅𝐄𝐀𝐓𝐔𝐑𝐄𝐒:
⦿ It is Free.
⦿ ASL Dictionary
⦿ Sign language translator.
⦿ ASL sign language lessons.
⦿ Sign Alphabet
⦿ Sign Numbers 1-100
⦿ Commonly used phrases in conversations and vocabulary.
⦿ ASL memory games.
⦿ Baby sign language
⦿ Facts and Figures about American sign language (ASL)
⦿ Feedback

We are bridging the gap between the hearing and the non-hearing community. The voice to text features capture the voice and translate it into text. The text to speech features enables deaf people to share their messages.

The "Shortcuts" feature has ready-made buttons with text and voice. You can add the most used sentences as buttons with text and voice, so you don't have to write or speak every time. These shortcuts can be handy in different scenarios.

Pictograms feature is designed for illiterate people. It helps them to talk through pictures. This app allows deaf people to communicate.

This is a community app. We are the voice of the deaf community. Send us your stories, and they will be shared with over one million users.

Note. New updates are coming soon (ASL Jokes, Wallpapers, Quizzes, Games). Download the ASL app now.
Updated on
Jan 28, 2022

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4.6
4.59K reviews
Matthew Grey
November 16, 2020
To be honest, its kind of frustrating to learn from some one who decides if she wants to talk in her videos or not. She has no side profile either so its kind 0f difficult to see some of her signs, and her angle on some makes it very difficult to see what it is she's doing, I have multiple apps to help me, just because of these issues. These would be some things I would change to help be a better app. And possibly sentence structure instead of just singular words.
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Macailin Micheals
July 7, 2021
I just started using this and I already have started downloading a different app. The videos I saw, the instructor was standing to far away with the video camera set on the floor? So the height was off - paired with the distance - and made it hard to see some hand movements. I feel it would be better quality to have the instructor sitting at a table with the camera level. Other than that it seems informational. Unfortunately just not the app for me.
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A Google user
January 9, 2019
definitely covers the first "chapters" in an any ASL class (school signs like subjects & places. also food, body parts, numbers, fingerspelling, etc). the video lesson will play once, and you have the option to replay. it loads quickly. i downloaded this as a refresher, but it didn't have a lot of variety. most of the next levels you would need to upgrade. so if you're looking for basics, this is okay. not hating on the app, just not what i was looking for.
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What's new

● We have improved our ASL mobile app.
● ASL dictionary to Search and learn thousands of words in American Sign Language (ASL)
● Deaf and hearing communities can now communicate through enhanced features.