We added all our advanced features to this classic edition of ASL Dictionary. Great for schools and easy access on your Mac.
The same ASL Dictionary you know and love.
ASL American Sign Language Video Dictionary
OVER 5,200 SIGNED WORDS
• Create a Favorites List
• Quiz any Category
• Adjustable Slow Motion Play
• Loop Play
• Next & Previous videos button
• Advanced Search
• Play all (plays one video after the next)
• No Internet required
• Over 5,200 signs from A-Z
• 765 Multiple meaning words signed
• Multiple word signs such as “don’t want” & “hard of hearing”
• 462 Idioms translated
• Dates, Months, Years
• General numbers
• Finger Spelled Alphabet
• Common Phrases like “You’re too late”
Note: If you are a hearing person there is no audio in this app.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great ASL dictionary!
I first bought this same dictionary for my iPhone and I found it really useful, so I went ahead and also bought it for my Mac to have it handy on my computer instead of having to take my phone out every time I wanted to look up a sign. This same software company offers another dictionary called 'ASL Dictionary HD'. That is indeed recorded in HD, and this one isn't (the videos here are in SD since this app is older). Despite this, I found it very useful to still have both dictionaries and use them in conjunction because they each feature a different person executing the signs, and sometimes the way a sign is shown in a dictionary differs from how it's presented in the other -- not because one is correct and the other isn't, but rather because they are actually two correct ways to execute the same sign. Therefore, the two dictionaries complement each other. Ideally, the would have included both ways to execute the sign in the newer dictionary, but they didn't. So it's not redundant to get both. Maybe for a future update, the developers can merge both dictionaries and replicate them in both apps, so that no matter which dictionary you buy, you still get to learn all the ways you can sign a word.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.