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The ASL App is made by Deaf people for you! Learn conversational ASL right now, on the go, with all phrases and signs organized to make it easy for you to learn.

The ASL App is designed to help you learn a new visual language in a way that is easy, intuitive, and well paced. You can drag your finger on the videos to control the speed - totally at your pace. There is a search index (when you need to know a sign right away), slow-motion option, info (tips), and a favorites folder.

You can save the signs you want to review again in your own favorites folder where you can go back to it and practice more; and even better - you can upload different what signs you've learned to Twitter and Facebook. Share with your friends, make learning ASL fun, and progressive!!

Get started NOW - download and get your first bundle of signs today!

The ASL App Pack offers you everything - the entire collection - of current available bundles and future releases! Everything for $9.99. This also removes ads.

Bundles:
• Know Your ABCs - Learn the ASL alphabet (included, FREE!)
• Know Your Numbers - Learn all the numbers (included, FREE!)
• Universal Gestures - Review what you already know (included, FREE!)
• Handshape Exercises - Warm up your hands, and get used to the different handshape positions. Get your muscles to become fluently aware. (included, FREE!)
• The Basics! A good way to get started! (included, FREE!)
• More Basic Signs! Again, a collection of more basic signs. (Paid)
• Looking Good Today! A collection of signs that is related to looks, fashion, and different complimenting phrases. (Paid)
• Mood Swings! A collection of signs for different moods, emotions, feelings. (Paid)
• Life of the Party! A collection of signs/phrases designed to fit what will be said at social events, or at bars. (Paid)
• Dining & Signing! Signs and phrases for eating out, for the restaurant industry. (Paid)
• Foodies, Rejoice! Signs and phrases covering food, dishes, drinks, and different ways related to eating. (Paid)
• The Wilderness Beckons! Different signs and phrases of our natural environment. Perfect if you like camping, hiking, or road trips a lot. (Paid)
• Great Timing! Signs related to time, scheduling, calendars, days of the week, and more. (Paid)
• Dollar and Signs! Everything related to money, budgeting, invoicing, making payments and so on. (Paid)
• Country Name Signs! Learn the name signs of countries around the world.
• Colors! Learn all the signs for colors with some phrases! (Free)
•Nyle's Sampler! Features Nyle DiMarco, winner of American's Next Top Model and ABC's Dance With The Stars. (Free)
• Sign That! with Nyle. Many fun signs and phrases you want to ask Nyle, or ask through social media! (Paid)
• Celebrations! Nyle loves holidays and celebrations, especially Halloween and Valentine. He will teach you how to be festive in ASL! This bundle include a variety of signed words and beneficial phrases to help your season greetings look authentic. (Paid)
• Family Signs! This bundle will teach you the signs for family members: immediate and extended, loved ones and even your nosy neighbors!
• Family Milestones & Life Events! You'll learn signs for marriage, wedding, divorce, children, adoption, pregnancies, and much more!
• Pop Culture and Social Media! What's current, popular and trending? Here, Nyle shows you the signs from 3D movies to buying tickets for Broadway!
• Sign and Vote! Learn how to say "register to vote" and how to sign President, blue or red states, and many more!
• All About Sports! Learn signs to use with your fellow sports fans!
• Education & Higher Education! Learn all about those signs used in Education!
• LGBT & Pride! Learn all about Pride and LGBT signs!
• Emergency Signs! Learn signs to use in first responder or emergency situations.


Got questions, comments, or ideas - contact us at hello@theaslapp.com!

Start signing!

What’s New

Version 3.3

* Bug fixes
* Updates to privacy policy (we don't collect your data!)

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
642 Ratings

642 Ratings

paepstein ,

Educational and fun

This app isn’t perfect, but I love how much the signers clearly enjoyed making it. They make learning the language so much more interesting and even a bit silly (in a totally good way). Just as importantly, I feel like I’m really retaining all the signs they teach. Like someone else said, it’d be great to be able to turn off the written translation so I could get used to practicing without the help, but ultimately I still think this is a fantastic learning tool and certainly one of the best ASL online/app resources I’ve seen.

Also, I kinda want to be friends with Bobbie Jo, Matt, Nyle, and Kriston; they seem like very cool people in addition to being great teachers. And Nyle, you look beautiful too. I’d love to be your Valentine. 🙂

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback on how the videos are displayed with written translations. We will look into this for future releases. And yes, our signers are fun! We like them too :)

Sawyer Lay ,

No religion category but helpful when they rarely do have the sign you’re looking for.

I can’t really pull myself to understand why this app doesn’t take its time to have at least a religious category. Signs like “Jesus” and “God” are essential for a $10 in app purchase. The app tools it’s time to make an LGBTQ category because the ASL app wants to teach us that equality is only necessary when convenient to them. It is not that hard to expand the dictionary that you’re app has by adding signs like God, Buddha, Islam, Koran, Bible, gospel, and covenant. Things like that will be worth you’re wile. Overall this is a helpful app but not helpful when you might as well look up most things on google. I would like to have my learning in one place. Thank You the ASL app for taking my opinion into consideration!

DamienMcKenna ,

Good signers, mediocre app

The signers do a good job. However, the app itself is dot very well organized and makes it hard to learn from.

I’m just starting to learn and there are lots of pieces here that would be useful, ABCs, for example. There are even different ways of viewing the ABCs - just the hand, the hand with the person’s shoulder (to see more of the arm movement for certain letters), or the hand and the face. The problem is that they go through the entire alphabet in one go, you can’t pick a single letter to practice. Furthermore, if you want to have it repeat a certain letter it repeats the entire scene, back to A again. And there’s no “pause” button. This makes learning very frustrating.

The topic based sections are also well signed, but again suffer from navigation problems - there’s no way of seeing a list of all phrases in a section, you have to page through each one at a time.

I do like the fact there’s a turtle / slow mode which affects all videos, but it isn’t clear that when you play a video and want to replay it that you must then click the turtle button, not the regular repeat button.

In short, the UI needs a lot of work to be usable, and I hope some day it will be. Until then, I’ll be looking for another app.

App Privacy

The developer, Ink & Salt LLC, 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.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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