The ASL App

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  • Last update: 4 years ago
  • Version: 2.0
  • Size: 115 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Ink & Salt LLC
  • Content rating: Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Languages: English
  • In-App Purchases:
  • Colors! Free
  • The Nyle Sampler Free
  • The Basics! Free
  • Universal Gestures Free
  • Signs on Elections! Free
  • The ASL App Pack $9.99
  • Handshape Exercises Free
  • More Basic Signs $0.99
  • Family Signs $0.99
  • Meet and Greet with Nyle DiMarco! $0.99
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The ASL App Review

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The ASL App Description

Do you know American Sign Language (ASL) is the third most used language in the USA? If this statement interests you, you can download The ASL App on your iOS device and learn the language in an interactive manner.

The deaf community, for imparting a learning experience to the common folks, has developed the ASL App. It has numerous picture signs that will help you in understanding the meaning of the signs.

You can browse through the app at your own speed for effective learning. You can save your favorite signs in the Favorites folder. Share your knowledge on social media platform with The ASL App.


The ASL App is an interactive way of learning a sign language.


In-app purchases are required for unlocking more phrases.


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  • G
    I will start with the good things about this app: The interface is very intuitive and clean. I like how professional it looks. It also has the “slow down” feature, which is great. I’ve learned a good amount from this app, which I really appreciate. But after about a month or two of learning, I feel like I’ve already outgrown it. I’m in the market for another ASL app with more words. Cons: I’m hoping to see more content in the future. For $10 for all packages, I feel like there just isn’t enough. (I’m also not partial to some of the packages that focus on silly things [there is a package about celebrities where half of the phrases are things like “Have my baby” and “let me see your abs”.]). There is a search feature, but it’s lacking. If the list is too long, it won’t always let you scroll all the way to see all of the options. Also, certain words are in their database differently (example: some phrases say “dont” and some “don’t”)
  • N
    I love the ASL app for several reasons. 1. Content is interesting, fun, and is neatly categorized. 2. The signers they feature come across as friendly and engaging and they sign clearly. 3. The signing is very contemporary, covering new vocab and usage from technology and pop culture. 4. The "slow" feature is useful to see a sign slowly. 5. If features single words as well as complete phrases. 6. The search feature is easy to use. Two criticisms: 1. They are very slow to add new bundles. Only one was added in 2017. I paid for the package that included all future bundles at no extra charge. :( 2. After each sign, it goes to a screen with 4 buttons: replay, slow, favorite, and info. The app promises to provide extra info on the various signs, but none of the signs have any content in the "info." Kinda disappointing.
  • L4
    Lacemaker 427
    Who on Earth thought it was necessary or appropriate to teach brand new ASL users how to cuss?! "Eff you" is inappropriate and a totally unnecessary term to learn, especially in the very first lesson and for young people! Does the next set include something even worse!? I had planned to use this app to teach ASL to my little girl, but I can no longer trust it to teach her anything. You should be teaching appropriate and necessary language, not filth. There is more than enough of that trash on TV. I am sorry I had to award this app even the one star, but it won't save a comment without at least one! You could have and should have done much better. SHAME ON YOU!!!

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