Ace ASL: Learn Fingerspelling

4.5
206 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

The first AI-based American Sign Language (ASL) app to provide immediate feedback on your signs. A Deaf, native ASL speaker guides your learning. Learn letters and digits, develop your expressive and receptive skills. Practice the signs using your phone camera. Take quizzes after each unit to assess your sign language progress.

Please note that this app is focusing on fingerspelling and numbers only.

Learn sign language without annoying ads! Our ASL app is completely ad free. The app is created in close cooperation of top-notch linguists, native ASL users and tech experts so that the language learning process is engaging and tailored to everybody’s capacity. Choose a comfortable level, take as much time as you need, and enjoy learning the alphabet. The units are structured progressively, from easy to expert mode. Challenge yourself by experimenting with different speeds and difficulties. The ASL app offers three major sections. “Get Lessons” for interactive learning of letters and digits in American Sign Language. Watch a native signer and repeat, use flashcards and signing exercises to memorize, then take quizzes to assess your progress. The app will analyze your signing in real-time, offering immediate feedback.

In the ASL “Free practice” section, we collected the best exercises for both expressive and receptive skills. Rehearse sign language or work on recognizing ASL signing from others, and get immediate feedback. Watch fingerspelling from a native signer, type the fingerspelled words, or sign it back yourself. Challenge yourself in the last section to assess fingerspelling recognition. The section offers five levels of complexity, with 10 units in each level: Beginner, Easy, Normal, Hard, Expert. Unlock levels progressively.

Ace your ASL fingerspelling. Statistically, the majority of sign language learners consider recognizing ASL fingerspelling as one of the biggest challenges in sign language learning. Learn ASL and sign both digits and the ABCs, while also focusing on developing receptive skills.

The app offers free content for passive learning but additional payment is needed to gain access to premium features. The first interactive lesson is free to let you try the AI-based feedback before making a decision on purchasing the premium.

Technical conditions: Ace ASL allows you to choose your dominant hand and set up practice reminders. Ace ASL offers in-app purchases. Family library is not supported.
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May 10, 2022

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4.5
206 reviews
Victoria
June 8, 2022
The reviews are a bit critical, I think, given the difficulty of what this app attempts to do. Automatically reading the ASL signs you're throwing out is a pretty fancy technology, to say the least. It's not perfect, but it's usable enough and has a lot of potential. You're bringing ASL education into the 2020's, keep it up.
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Yumi Okado
October 24, 2022
The flashcards are awful for handspelling. The ones for the numbers look great, but the fingerspelling ones are cropped to only show the person's head and shoulders, and the hand sign is totally cropped out. It occasionally jerk his hand up like a GIF, but this is done at random and no screen interaction seems to work to put the hand sign into view. Haven't even moved into the exercises since I could use the basic cards at all.
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Amanda Holst
November 4, 2022
Makes learning asl letters and numbers easy and fun. It can read your hand signals. It does sometimes have difficulty reading signs (such as the letter 'z'). But I easily learned all the letters and numbers within a day.
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