Lingvano: Sign Language - ASL

Lingvano: Sign Language - ASL

By Fischer Matthias u Mitges - Lingvano GesbR

Score: 4.87629
From 26,630 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:



  • 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
  • Prices 😰

    By Happy_Sock12
    Great app so far only just finished the first unit BUT… the prices 17.99 is too much for 1 month great app I know but the subscription is too much money each month, I’m already spending HUNDREDS of dollars a year for monthly and yearly subscriptions this is just too much more
  • No

    By Bumblebee farts
    Great! Until I had to pay
  • I really like it. But it’s just too pricey for me.

    By mlbbstillowesmemoney
    I really like it. It works well and is easy to understand but I just can’t afford it. 😭
  • An actual DREAM

    By freakinDREAMCATCHER
    I have always wanted to learn to sign. But it wasn’t offered in my school system and with my budget now, finding an in person class to pay for isn’t an option. I stumbled across this in an add. And did the first chapter because that is what is offered for free. I learned the greetings quickly and immediately dove into the free trial of o continue because I was so excited to keep going. Everything is explained so thoroughly and even if I’m slow signing right now, it’s so exciting to be able to understand what someone is signing to me. And I think it will be more than worth the monthly price until I’ve completed all the units. And it comes with three dialects to learn, so I could become multi lingual in sign. This is a true dream come true, and I’m so thankful that I found this app.
  • Works with me and my toddler

    By Maddy Nien
    I’ve always wanted to learn ASL so I could teach my son. I’ve tried YouTube videos and Mrs Rachel for baby sign but I lose it quickly. This I do while my son is the bath and we learn together. The little video of seeing an actual person signing to me is so incredibly helpful and my two year old is excited and engaged. I made my husband download this app to! I do the free version but I might upgrade.
  • Disappointing:/

    By Lily_tommo
    I myself have taken four years of American Sign Language, and have my degree in deaf studies. I was looking for an app that could help me practice and maintain my skill set and fluency in American Sign Language. However, I was immediately disappointed to find out that you had to pay for a $18 subscription just to learn basic sign language that is available to you free on YouTube,, etc. As a hearing ASL student, it’s incredibly disheartening that other apps such as Duolingo you can learn 100 different languages for free, but sign language is now suddenly a money scheme :/ Join ASL Facebook groups to practice with other students and even ASL fluent people FOR FREE. Are the creators of this app even fluent ASL users? Curious to know.
  • 10/10

    By lucydone10
    best app every
  • Odd you have to pay to learn how to communicate with people who have disabilities..

    By oddreviews
    The lessons themselves are great, but the fact that you have to pay to learn how to communicate with people who have a disability is kind of stupid in my opinion. While the app teaches basic signing and a good way to say hi or ask if someone is deaf, it doesn’t provide more than that. Even if the fact you had to pay was dumb, the price that the app makes you pay is completely unreasonable. It makes you pay more than most people make after working for hours. I find that insane. I will say though that the idea is great, but the prices and the fact you have to pay is pretty insane.