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Best Apps for learning Sign Language  by Gabellini

Gabellini says: There have been many instances when I was trying to converse with mute people and if I'd known sign language I wouldn't have been so confused. These apps have helped me to grasp the basics with ease.
Gabellini's picks
  1. ASL American Sign Language
    ASL American Sign Language This app has enough basic signs to help you get through an easy conversation in sign. If you want to delve deeper, I'd recommend purchasing the pro version.
  2. ASL Dictionary
    ASL Dictionary with over 4,800 sign languages shown in video form, you'll be signing like a pro in no time.
  3. Sign Language Pro
    Sign Language Pro this app has tons of sign phrases so that you learn how to speak in sentences, not only words.



Mr. Gabellini... FYI - Deaf and hard-of-hearing people consider the word "MUTE" as a derogatory term. Mute means, "silent; refraining from speech or utterance." Deaf people can use their voices, but oftentimes prefer not to.

Reply to comment Posted November 02, 2011



I totally agree with ASLmike on that subject. Deaf Mute and Deaf and Dumb are very old school hearing derogatory terms. Try immersing yourself in the deaf world and "hear" a deaf person speak. My best friend is deaf and can communicate through words and sign but tends not to talk which is her choice.

Reply to comment Posted February 29, 2012