Auslan Tutor 2 4+

Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Whether you want to learn a new way to communicate with a deaf or hard of hearing loved one or are just interested in learning sign language—Auslan Tutor 2 is the best place to begin.

Start your learning for free with the Key Signs 1 pack, featuring more than 100 of the most popular and commonly used signs. Then, grow your library as you learn through extension packs that are relevant to you and your life.

Easily find the sign you're looking for by searching our library with an English keyword, the sign handshape, or location. All signs link to a range of helpful information on location, shape, usage, and grammar, to help you learn the language. This information is displayed on screen along with a handy video guide.

We will regularly update our library and add more signs via in-app purchases, so keep up to date with changes in our shop section.

Key features of the new and improved application are:

- new signs, including up-to-date key signs, specific behaviour signs, descriptive signs, mathematics, and more
- the ability to save your favourite signs and keep track of signs you are learning or want to learn
- an improved search mechanism that allows you to search signs by handshape, body location, and state location
- a video feature, which includes the ability to loop, slow down, and show variants of each sign
- a daily 'sign of the day’ notification
- the ability to browse signs by category
- an enhanced alphabet and numbers display – and much more.

The Auslan Tutor 2 app was developed by language and technology experts at NextSense, in consultation with our community. The app features well-respected deaf teacher and 2020 Deaf Australian of the Year, Shirley Lui.

What’s New

Version 1.0.8

- fixed issues with search
- cleaned up layout for mobile

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

The fact u can123 ,

Possible update

Is it possible to make somewhere to request words and anything else, I’ve gotten this app to try be inclusive to those who come to my work place and there’s so many things are not on here that would be very helpful and actually make sense to use!

Developer Response ,

Hello, thank you for your feedback. Yes, we do have a section in the app where you can request words. You can find this on the Settings page, under "Request a sign/word". We regularly review these requests, and it helps us when compiling new word packs.

emilyfge ,

Great app

I have Auslan tutor so I wanted to get Auslan tutor 2 but can’t sign in, so I made an account. It keeps saying there is an error every time, please fix this! Thanks for reading Have a great day :)

Ignore previous review, works amazingly to build your vocab in Auslan!!
I didn’t need to sign in, just opened the app a few days later.

Developer Response ,

Hello, thank you for downloading Auslan Tutor 2 and supporting our app. We are very sorry to know you're experiencing issues making an account. We would really like to investigate this for you. If you could please contact us at, with details of the issue you are having, we can look into this for you. Thanks

nobogans ,

Updated my iphone software and now app works perfectly!

Ignore previous negative review. I just needed a software update on my phone. Works brilliantly now. Best thing is you can see 180 degrees angles so you can see the handshapes used. This is better than Signbank!

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