PopSign 4+

Learn ASL through a game‪!‬

Georgia Tech

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.0 • 23 Ratings
    • Free

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PopSign is an educational bubble shooter game developed by the Georgia Institute of Technology and RIT/NTID’s Center on Access Technology. The game teaches over 500 American Sign Language (ASL) signs based on the MacArthur-Bates Communicative Development Inventories, which are the first concepts used to teach a language to a child.
95% of deaf infants are born to hearing parents, who often do not know sign.
Without access to naturally occurring language acquisition during their critical language-learning years, these children are at risk for Language Deprivation Syndrome (LDS) which can have serious impact on different aspects of these children's lives, such as relationships, education, and employment.
PopSign is a smartphone game that makes learning American Sign Language fun, interactive, and accessible for anyone who wants to learn. Players match videos of ASL signs with bubbles containing written English words to pop them.

What’s New

Version 1.2.8

Added ~500 new signs and levels, patched many bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

locknessala ,

Great idea

I really like this app it is a great concept. I would recommend it but it does have a few glitches that could use fixing. Sometimes the videos freeze and so you can’t learn the sing. This is usually just one per level so you can work around it. I would also prefer it require you to fully clear the level as it is a little less satisfying when you are almost done with a level. Lastly I currently can’t get past level 69 because it shows it as cleared but doesn’t register as cleared. Overall this is a great concept and is fun to play. It just needs a little polish.

KaBaEaBa ,

Great app

Great app now that the vocab has expanded however some levels are still sticking.

Contrast/Color Options ,

Low vision accessibility

The app could use options to change or modify the contrast and/or color scheme. I am unable to see the contrast between the white background and soft text colors. When I enable my iPads “Smart Contrast,” settings option, the app adjusts and keeps the same contrast/color scheme.
I am able to see the videos just fine, it’s simply the contrast/color scheme of the menu/app text.

App Privacy

The developer, Georgia Tech, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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