Lingvano: Sign Language - ASL

Lingvano: Sign Language - ASL

By Fischer Matthias u Mitges - Lingvano GesbR

Score: 4.87418
From 12,948 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:



  • Best way to learn ASL short of in-person lessons!

    By munchkym
    I’m using LingVano to brush up on my ASL skills after getting rusty during the pandemic and it is so amazingly helpful. Clearly Deaf-made and designed in a way to teach grammar, tips for learning, and signs themselves. Way more than just learning the signs! Highly recommend!
  • No Family Subscription = Deal Breaker

    By unique_account_name
    I completed the first lesson, and I think this curriculum is fantastic. I was ready to get premium. Thankfully, I read through the fine print and found that premium doesn’t support family sharing. We have a family member who recently lost their hearing, so we are learning together, but I can’t justify hundreds of dollars for all of us to use one app.
  • I love lingvano

    By Robux scamm
    I love the app lingvano because it helps me communicate with my deaf friend .🤗
  • Interesting

    By quatishai
    I have to say so far the app is really good I haven’t found an app like this one. I’m more of a virtual learner and this did the job. The reason I want to learn sign language because I was never taught this language in high school or at my university I wanted to try something new. Found it interesting being a ale to learn sign language there’s soo many deaf individuals in this world where it’s hard for people to even understand and I want to be one of those people to learn a different language that is not used as often as it should be. So far the app is wonderful love the face expression is your looking for something virtual this is for you. Hope this help.
  • You can’t even complete the first lesson without having to sign up for the subscription

    By mosstrellis
    I know you can just do the free trial, but there’s only 4 lessons you can do for free (that you can’t even do the review for!), honestly gross.
  • good app

    By 💯🙈💖💖😂👑
    i literally just started using this app 7 min ago and already i like it better than bloom lol, they don’t bonbard with getting premium everytime i finish a lesson and they explain how asl has its own grammar and syntax
  • Useful

    By Tall bunion
    I work in law enforcement and contact a few dead individuals. This app is user friendly and easy to learn from. 10 out of 10 would recommend
  • Pretty good but

    By Justin Dunn18
    A I can’t seem to get pass the last review of the first lesson it Blanks out if I get it right but only moves on if I’m wrong Same with the next lesson, it closes unexpectedly aster but I was going to buy the entire had I had a chance
  • Fluid

    By mimsaya
    Recalled a few signs ..,
  • Missing many important signs

    By bncthomp
    Overall ok but many useless signs while ignoring important words like: word, salt, cookie, because, etc while focusing on a school and towns in Canada which are not nearly important. Can’t imagine Gallaudet school sign being nearly as important as many common words that have been left out.