The ASL App

The ASL App for Pc


  • Category: Education
  • Last Updated: 2018-06-12
  • Current version: 2.9
  • File size: 195.67 MB
  • Developer: Ink & Salt LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing The ASL App on your Windows PC

Download The ASL App for Windows: The ASL App is an Education App, developed by Ink & Salt LLC. The Education App was officially released 2015-05-19. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Ink & Salt LLC, with the latest current version being 2.9 which was officially released on 2018-06-12. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 621 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4 out of a possible 5.


Using The ASL App on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install The ASL App on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use The ASL App for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type The ASL App in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on The ASL App application icon. A window of The ASL App will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the The ASL App icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About The ASL App

Developer Description

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

App Reviews

  • Excellent

    5
    By Mutant-robot
    I love that this app has Deaf creators. There are a variety of lessons for conversational ASL on different subjects. The app is easily searchable and has different Deaf people presenting the ASL lessons that help students see a variety & nuance of ASL. Presenters are engaging & help students understand ASL is more than just what hands are doing. Phrases are translated to English captions as they are signed so that differences in grammar & sentence structure can be understood. They also have an excellent Instagram account for receptivity practice that goes beyond what is taught in the app. Excellent start for those beginning ASL or looking to brush up if you are out of practice. I found the $10 to be more than reasonable especially as more units get added.
  • Excellent App

    5
    By full_absolution
    I’ve recently lost the use of my voice, and I’m trying to teach myself some basic ASL. The videos are wonderful, informative and educational. I’ve read a lot of reviews for this app, and the biggest complaint seems to be single use of profanity. The app teaches you the sign for “eff you” (which was surprising, I thought that was just The Finger, but I was wrong?), and some parents were upset about that. Personally, while I’d never use that sign, I’m still glad the app showed me what it means so I can recognize it. No speech-impaired people are going to cuss me out now, at least not without me knowing it! This is an educational app, so I’m glad this was in here.
  • Great leaping point

    5
    By taggedbythuy
    One app alone, no matter how great, will never be able to teach all the complexities and nuances of a language and it's culture. But this is a great tool to add on my journey towards mastery. $10 is worth it seeing that I still haven't been able to get through learning all the videos yet after 4 months but I can always go back too look again. I also spent $10 on chipotle the other day so I figure a learning app is more useful and long lasting. Also need to point out, out of the multitudes of videos teaching hundreds of signs, the people who decided of focus on the single foul sign or the occasional "useful" fun signs need to take a chill pill.
  • Educational and fun

    4
    By paepstein
    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. 🙂
  • Great app!!! Just needs 1 thing.

    4
    By Morionis
    I love this app, it's very informative, I'm learning sign language very quickly with it, I also love how it's laid out, it shows the Signs and the meaning of them in a great way. IT JUST NEEDS ONE THING. There needs to be an option to turn off the English words and just see them signing, so that way I could get practice with visually seeing the signs and putting it together in my head, rather than seeing the words along with the signs. And then after I see the signs then have a quick button that shows what the signs were to check if I were correct. I gave it 4 stars without that option, if that option was added I would happily rate 5 stars!
  • Just wanted to learn

    4
    By This guy talking
    I picked this up about a month ago, and was surprised how easy it is to get in to. I have no speech issues, just figured I’d learn ASL. I practice for about 5 Days a week and have been slowly going through each section- currently up to Life of The Party. I enjoy being able to slow the videos so that I can mimic more precisely the gesture. Thank you guys so much for a great app! ***** A few suggestions, if you’re cool with that: -Saving your place when you check out the full roster of each section. It always throws me back up top and I have to scroll back down to my place. -Rearrangement of the sections. It might be personal preference, but learning colors and types of foods first would make more sense than partying and flirting. Haha -Flashcards! I would love to put what you’ve taught me to the test in an easier fashion than just looking at each section’s roster. -More words! I know there’s a lot here already, but I’m looking forward to even more! Maybe parts of the body, general medical terms, animals, etc. Thank you again, guys! Great work.
  • No explanation of facial expressions?

    3
    By Nickname taken 123456789012334
    So in general I like this app. I have been looking for one to share with hearing friends so they can learn. It’s more clear than others and the signs are mostly the ones we see/use. But there are a couple things I feel need to be added. 1) facial expressions section to explain why and how to use them so that we don’t see SEE from what’s learned. 2)classifiers section and a full explanation of them 3) a disclaimer when you start the app letting gearing know up front that the English interpretation you read is not exactly the same. Words are added for their understanding and what they are seeing is not word for word translation. Other than that so for I like the app. Thanks!
  • Service industry and emergencies

    4
    By PayHere
    I’m in the restaurant and bar industry, so I would like to see an expansion in your service industry related content. Dialogue for handling or relating issues would be great. More terms like: manager, raw, medium rare, well done, food allergies etc. And like: your card is declined, i can’t break a hundred dollar bill, he tried to hit me, you can’t do that here, smoking outside, can you call me a cab. And most importantly dialogue and terms for emergencies like: where does it hurt? pain, medication, heart, lungs, broken bones, epipen, is it hard to breath, and so on. Thanks for helping me be able to better help my guests and be a help to strangers in need.
  • Could use some improvements

    4
    By Gaufrier150
    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”)
  • Quick Learning

    5
    By Alexandria lee
    This app is fantastic! It’s so easy and quick to learn many phrases. Love the videos the videos and the expressions. I would recommend it to anyone and I ended up paying for the full app. I am so glad there’s a slow motion button for longer more difficult phrases. The only suggestion I would add is that I really want there to be a romance category. I think this would be fun to use with my boyfriend. Maybe it can be added in the next update? Thank you for helping me learn sign language! :)

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