Lingvano: Sign Language - ASL 9+

Learn American Sign Language

Fischer Matthias u Mitges - Lingvano GesbR

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Lingvano is the fun, fast and easy way to learn Sign Language! Our bite-sized, interactive lessons in combination with our ASL dictionary will help you develop the skills you need for real-life communication. Learn American Sign Language (ASL) hands-on and build bridges!

We know you are busy, so we made sure that with just 10 minutes a day, you will be able to engage in your first conversations in no time.

ASL learning made easy:
- Practical conversation skills
Immerse yourself in learning American Sign Language hands-on through interactive and useful dialogs that get you conversational fast.
- Remember what you've learned
Use our vocabulary trainer to reinforce your memory and retain your learning for the long term.
- ASL Dictionary
Want to look up a specific sign or sentence? No problem - our dictionary for American Sign Language (ASL) has got you covered.
- Sign with confidence
Unsure whether you are signing the right way? Refine your execution with the Lingvano sign mirror and gain the confidence to sign!

All of the teachers at Lingvano are Deaf and share a strong passion for teaching Sign Languages.

Our mission is to help you connect with Deaf family members, friends, colleagues, and neighbors. Start learning American Sign Language (ASL) and help to build bridges.


If you enjoy learning ASL with Lingvano, you can purchase a premium subscription to unlock all learning content and features.

Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current payment period. Your account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences.

Subscription options:
- 1 month
- 3 months
- 12 months


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What’s New

Version 2.7.1

Minor bugfixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13K Ratings

13K Ratings

Sass12321 ,


Awesome app! A bit expensive with 18 a month. Would have maybe thought 18 total. Guess it gives extra incentive to finish it quickly though. 🤷🏻‍♀️ We have been learning ASL for a while and knew the beginning signs that are taught. This app is allowing me to see how sentences are structured though. Which is mostly what I've been looking for. Reminds me a lot of an ASL version of Duo. Which is perfect.
Thank you for creating it. We've been learning because of our ministry work and I personally feel it's my responsibility to learn ASL in general. Those that are hard of hearing can only do so much to communicate with the hearing. And they do very well- but I have it in my power to learn to communicate with them. So I should. And this app makes it very easy.
Thank you.

brynna<3 ,

It’s alright..

I love the app, although it definitely has room for improvements.
First, enough with the premium! If your deaf and broke, your gonna have to learn sign language some how. People need to learn and I think the premium is making thing limited especially for people that need it! If you don’t want to get rid of premium that’s fine, but at least put the price down a notch. Not even some of the most popular apps are that expensive. If I can’t remember how to sign “How”, I would have to go all the way back to one of the lessons and see a bunch of stuff that I’ve already mastered. It’s really annoying that I can’t just use the dictionary, or do some other lessons. Not everyone is rich and has money to pay for premium. I feel bad for the people that actually need the help. Overall, though, the app is great with loads of lessons (even for people that don’t have premium). Although learning some lessons are really quick it still is very helpful.

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It’s awesome but..

I really like this app but I have big beef with premium. Things like the review at the end of modules would make a bit of sense to need premium for, but all I can do without paying is the first module NOT including the review at the end.
I’m neurodivergent and can sometimes go nonverbal. What if I don’t have a pen and paper or an electronic device to communicate?? Sometimes I can’t force myself to speak which means I’ll have no way to communicate my needs. And what about those born deaf or went deaf before they learned a good amount of spoken words?? What about mute people?? I and many others with these or similar problems may not have a good support system or the money to take ASL classes or pay for fancy apps.
This app was really good! It explained stuff and had multiple methods of teaching. But what’s the point of having it if it ain't accessible to as many as possible?? This seems like exploitation if I’m being honest and that’s not a good look. Please change this.

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