The original ASL Dictionary. Over 5200 ASL Sign Language videos. Multiple meaning words, time, money, dates, numbers, idioms, slow motion, loop, swipe video screen.
ASL Sign Language Dictionary. Over 5,200 Signed words in ASL. The most complete ASL American Sign Language Video Dictionary.
Translate English into ASL, from A-Z, plus the entire numerical system, common English phrases, symbols and much more. A must have educational iPhone, and iPad app.
**One time fee, no ad's and nothing else to pay for.
• Over 5,200 signs from A-Z
• 765 Multiple meaning words signed
• Multiple word signs such as “don’t want” & “hard of hearing”
• 473 Idioms translated
• Dates, Months, Years
• General numbers
• Finger Spelled Alphabet
• Common Phrases like “You’re too late”
• Dark Mode (Found under device Settings, Display and Brightness)
New feature: Swipe video screen to load next or previous video
Learn Sign Language, by watching our professional Sign Language interpreter and instructor sign over 5,200 individual and multiple word signs. ASL is the first language for people who are deaf.
OVER 5,200 SIGNED WORDS
**No Internet required. (All 5200 videos are included in the ASL Dictionary)
**Note: If you are a hearing person, there is no sound with this application.
**Comments, questions or support, please contact us at email@example.com
***Guaranteed to work perfectly. If you have an issue please email us for help at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank You***
Various fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Very helpful in learning ASL vocabulary
This app has been an important tool to help me learn ASL over the last 7 years. It doesn’t have all the signs I want, but as I don’t have fluent ASL speakers around very often, it is a good source for new signs and to help me remember some I once knew. I’m a Dad with 2 deaf children who have cochlear implants. They are mostly oral and in mainstream school, but we want to be bilingual as much as possible. This app is a key tool.
Not many signs
I am a DHH long term substitute teacher for who is not fluent in ASL. I know, I know, but the district was desperate and I know enough to teach kiddos who are very young and don’t have much language since their parents don’t sign. Anyway, this app has been pretty much useless since about 90% of the time there isn’t the sign I need on here. Thank goodness for my aide who is hard of hearing and is fluent in ASL, but I feel bad always having to ask him. Also, I have an awesome paper dictionary but it takes longer to look up words and the drawings aren’t always easy to understand. If you added more signs, this would be an awesome app since the signers are very easy to understand.
Developer Response ,
We try to have every ASL Sign, not every English word has a sign in ASL. The English language has over 1 million words, whereas ASL only has about 5000 Signs. ASL is not a form of manually coded English. If you find a sign you feel is missing please email it to us and we will add it the next time we film.
We worked hard to make this app which has helped a lot of people communicate, we hope you reconsider this review. Thank you
Yes I love it, and it is very easy to use. It has lots of words which are easy to find alphabetically. Because I am deaf on one side and heard of hearing in the other, I am learning ASL. The ASL Dictionary is very useful and I highly recommend it especially for ASL learners.
It is now two years later and I still love this app.
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- 161.5 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.