Sign Language/Communication Apps Related to Deaf Education

  • ASL App (Free with additional add-ons)
    The ASL App is created by deaf people to help others learn conversational ASL right now, on the go, with all phrases and signs organized to make it easy for you to learn.
  • ASL with Care Bears ($4.99)
    Designed for kids to learn American Sign Language. Contains 400+ signs and phrases.
  • ASL Coach
  • ASL Dictionary ($4.99)
    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.
  • ASL Dictionary from NTID ($2.99/Year)
    The ASL Video Dictionary and Inflection Guide shows thousands of signs in color video and links them to sentences that demonstrate how they change to convey different meanings.
  • ASL Pocket Sign
  • ASL Translator ($4.99)
    There are two parts to this app. 1) Text-To-Sign (Signed English) 2) ASL Phrases (ASL)  The text-to-sign portion of this app translates English text into ASL signs. Type in a sentence- see it in sign language. It generates sentences in English word order, but, it is not Signing Exact English. Translation is improved with our Smart Translation Algorithm. Part 2 of this app allows sign language practice.
  • Baby Sign Dictionary ASL
    App includes approx. 340 signs and over 1 hour of real life video demonstrations.
  • Baby Sign and Learn (free)
    Features animated video demonstrations. Practice by playing the fun interactive quiz and inspire babies to sign with the aid of the colorful flashcards. This app uses keyword signs and allows you to specify your preferred sign language dialect. The full version of the app contains a great selection of baby’s first signs which can be purchased in the ‘Unlock Signs’ section of the app.
  • Baby Sign and Sing: ASL Nursery Rhymes
    App is divided into 3 sections: Play Song (animated characters sing and sign key vocabulary words), Explore Signs, and Watch Tutorial (for adults).
  • Baobab ($4.99)
    The Baobab is a story about a curious girl who embarks on an adventure. Contains illustrations and American Sign Language (ASL) storytelling. This is a bilingual interactive storybook app featuring an American Sign Language glossary with 170 English to ASL words.
  • Hands On ASL (fingerspelling)
  • Marlee Signs (free in intro – $1.99/lesson add-on)
    Learn American Sign Language from Marlee, Academy Award winning Deaf Actress.
  • Sign4me ($9.99)
    A Signed English Translator for learning sign language.  Provides sign language instruction in 3D! The 3D character can be zoomed in or out and rotated to give you the best vantage point for every sign.
  • Sign School
  • Signed Stories
  • WeSign