Best of ASL 2011

Oct 21, 2011

With so many apps out there, how do you choose? Which ones should you pay for? Well, I’ve been taking a sign language class and these apps (both paid and free) have been very helpful!

Signing Time Lite ASL – Sign Language

This app includes flash-cards, a dictionary, quizzes, and videos! It’s very informative and easy to use. My favorite feature is the multiple quiz because I think it really helps me to memorize the signs. Highly Recommend!


My Smart Hands Baby Sign Language Dictionary

I particularly think the videos in this app are helpful because the woman describes how to make the sign with your hands, so that you know you are doing it correctly! This is also an app that teaches phrases and is broken down by categories such as emotions, animals, daily routines, etc. Highly Recommend!


Sign Smith ASL LITE

This is an excellent app for learning basic sign language phrases. I love you, thank you, bad, good, good morning, good night, etc. You also have the option of looping the video, so that you can copy the sign!


iASL Lite

My only gripe with this app is that some of the videos load a bit slowly, otherwise it’s awesome. Just type in a word or a phrase and the correct video will demonstrate the sign. Speed it up or slow it down. Recommend!


Sign 4 Me – A Signed English Translator

This app is an absolute must-have if you want to learn sign language or are taking a sign language class. Just type in a word or a phrase and the virtual character signs it for you. Also, you are able to rotate the virtual character, so that you can see his/her hands clearly. This app is definitely worth ten bucks. Awesome for iPad and iPhone. Enjoy!

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