Sign Language FingerSpell
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Great app concept
- Ease of use
- Needs some exercises
- No integration with other apps (no sharing options)
Sign Language Interpreter converts any text you input into sign language, displayed in sequence of images
The best way to learn anything, and especially a language, is doing it your way, in other words, learning how to say those things you'd like to and doing it at your own pace. That's Sign Language Interpreter proposal, an app that will guide you through sign language learning. Don't miss the chance to communicate fluently with people with hearing difficulties.
How does it work? Easier than you can imagine: launch the app and type the text you want to "translate" to sign language. Then tap "Play" button, and it will start to display letters in a sequence of images. Soon you'll know the whole alphabet and we'll be able to form sentences in your own. After that, it's just a matter of practice: the more you practice, the faster you'll speak/understand what's said in sign language.
The app's backed by a great and admirable concept, no one can deny that. However, it should be enhanced on the design side. Layout is too sober and it lacks of some features like favorite sentences, practice exercises and integration with other apps, especially IM apps (sharing options).
- Converts Text Into Sign Language
- Speaks The Currently Interpreted Character
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Keywords: ASL American Sign Language Deaf interpreter reader talker disabled handicap handicapped therapy disorder Augmentative alternative communication ALS Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis MND motor neurone disease
Version 1.1 - Improvement in Image Timing
Version 1.0 - New Release
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Don't bother getting it. Its a waste of time
Just spells everything
S - T - U - P - I -D
I love this because it helps u learn more sign language
This app is ridiculous. Like someone else already commented, why not just let them read what you are saying. This is like two hearing people communicating by saying the letters of each word instead of the actual word.