Lingvano: Sign Language - ASL

Lingvano: Sign Language - ASL

By Fischer Matthias u Mitges - Lingvano GesbR

Score: 4.87596
From 27,402 Ratings


Lingvano is the fun, fast and easy way to learn Sign Language! Our bite-sized, interactive lessons in combination with our ASL dictionary will help you develop the skills you need for real-life communication. Learn American Sign Language (ASL) hands-on and build bridges! We know you are busy, so we made sure that with just 10 minutes a day, you will be able to engage in your first conversations in no time. ASL learning made easy: - Practical conversation skills Immerse yourself in learning American Sign Language hands-on through interactive and useful dialogs that get you conversational fast. - Remember what you've learned Use our vocabulary trainer to reinforce your memory and retain your learning for the long term. - ASL Dictionary Want to look up a specific sign or sentence? No problem - our dictionary for American Sign Language (ASL) has got you covered. - Sign with confidence Unsure whether you are signing the right way? Refine your execution with the Lingvano sign mirror and gain the confidence to sign! All of the teachers at Lingvano are Deaf and share a strong passion for teaching Sign Languages. Our mission is to help you connect with Deaf family members, friends, colleagues, and neighbors. Start learning American Sign Language (ASL) and help to build bridges. ------------------------------ If you enjoy learning ASL with Lingvano, you can purchase a premium subscription to unlock all learning content and features. Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current payment period. Your account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences. Subscription options: - 1 month - 3 months - 12 months ------------------------------ Privacy policy: Terms of use:



  • Days are messed up, thankful for streaks

    By ashtres'
    I learned quickly that when I opened the app after 9pm EST, I’d be notified that I missed a day of training. I used this app at 8pm last night, yet just opened it at 6:45pm and was notified again that my streak was saved but I had missed a day. I enjoy learning ASL with your app but it’s jarring to be told I’ve missed days when I have not missed a single day in three weeks since I started.
  • Great for beginners

    By YasminNYC
    Easy way to learn ASL.
  • Another teaser of an app :(

    By TJ-98
    I was so excited to use this app, and I love the first two or three lessons you get to take. But that’s all you can do really. A steep paywall for basic use of the app. I’m all for having the premium for more advanced material/features, but you don’t even get half a dozen lessons before having to pay up or quit. I wish there was a little more offered with the free version. Such a shame. Guess it’s back to looking for free ASL apps :(
  • eh

    By Olive♡
    I found this from a few advertisements and suddenly got the urge to start learning sign language for fun. I was I really interested while going through the first lessons, and then it showed that I had to pay to kept going.. well not exactly paying I don’t think, but I had to put card info. This app is for 9+, do you think all minors have that kind of money now? And speaking shouldn’t come at a cost at all. I’ve tried learning Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog. They all needed card info for me to keep learning. I’ve tried so many apps and nothing came fully free, I thought learning sign language would be different but it’s still just another language. I don’t get why we have to pay to learn these things. And people say it’s best to start learning at a young age. How can I learn if nothing will let me.
  • Love the app

    By Rowlee6969
    It’s very nice and easy to learn it. Only problem THAT BLONDE LADY NEED TO BE FIRED I literally can barely understand her signing it throws me off because she’s not doing it how your teaching it and I just hate it. Every-time I see her I know I’m most likely just going to have to guess.
  • One star

    By Shelby’s response
    You have to pay to learn sign language but if you have a deaf kid and need to learn quickly and don’t have a group that teaches near you and u don’t have a lot of money that’s just not fair
  • Pull you in for nothing

    By I_Am_Jilly
    This was super disappointing. I studied ASL back in college and wanted to review and get stronger. I zoomed through chapter 1 and enjoyed it, but then when I tried to advance I got stopped - in order for me to continue I could pay $120 for the year, $48 for 3 months, or $18 a month. Woah. That is the most expensive app I’ve seen! I get that it’s expensive to develop them, but that is way too steep a price. If the price ever lowers to a more reasonable one then I’ll consider continuing.
  • Great app for beginners

    By Web Guy Stan
    I’ve always wanted to learn ASL, and this app makes it very easy to do so. The clear and easy to understand and copy signs make learning easy. I also love the mirror feature which allows you to use the camera on your phone while watching the models to make sure you’re doing each sign correctly. The paid version is pretty spendy at $18/month so for now I’m just sticking with the free version. I’m really enjoying it, however, and if Nahas meaning ASL both easy and fun!
  • Helped a bit

    By Bunny yaz
    Lingvano is great for learning, i learnt perfectly fine. But I am a minor who cant pay for stuff online, so when finished a section you’ll have to pay to continue. So i didn’t really like it.
  • It’s the best

    By Faye!!!!!!!!??!!!!!
    You should get this app 100% recommend