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[Android, iOS] Free: "RIDBC Auslan Tutor" $0 @ Google Play & Apple App Store

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The RIDBC Auslan Tutor is a video-based Australian Sign Language teaching app.

The RIDBC Auslan Tutor has been designed to assist families of young deaf children learn Auslan. More than 500 Auslan signs are included.

Key features:
• Clear and easy to follow learning hierarchy
• Over 500 signs, each demonstrated multiple times in single signs, phrases and sentences
• Special Auslan grammar instruction for each sign
• Auslan Northern and Southern dialects
• Sign search
• Auslan alphabet
• Auslan numbers
• Categories
• Related signs

iOS Link

Android Link

Related Stores

Google Play
Google Play
Marketplace
ridbc.org.au
ridbc.org.au
Apple App Store
Apple App Store

Comments

  • 🙌

  • Awesome, thanks OP. :)

  • Been thinking about learning AUSLAN for a while now.
    Cheers OP!

  • How much is it usually though? I.e. is this a bargain?

    • Android is normally $20 AUD
      IOS is normally $19.99 AUD

    • Being able to communicate with a large section of our community is both priceless and decent, and now FREE!
      Especially when they can no longer lip read with masks being used

  • People that know AUSLAN: How intelligible is it to other English systems such as ASL?

    • Can you be more explicit in how you want to compare them?

    • AUSLAN is close to British sign language and New Zealand sign language. If you look at the alphabet they are the same.

      American sign language is very different even in the alphabet, ASL uses a one hand system for this, while AUSLAN is a two handed system for finger spelling.

      Then you will get to regional AUSLAN dialects, some signs in QLD are different to Vic. From memory the sign for thirsty in Vic is horny in QLD, so you need to be careful sometimes.

  • I have a feeling this one’s always free on iPhone. I’ve already got it installed and I certainly didn’t pay $20 for it. Still, it’s a decent app so worth grabbing 👌

  • Note that the app size is 926 MB on iOS. If you have smaller capacity, you may want to free up space.

  • Thanks heaps! I missed it last time it was free. Have it now.

  • This has been free in the past for small periods. Currently, this is free because of combinations of International Week of the Deaf (IWD), International day of Sign Languages, and as well as Australia's National Week of the Deaf. These events happens at the end of the September.

  • 🤟Thank you!

    Being able to communicate with a large section of our community is both priceless and decent, and now FREE!
    Especially when they can no longer lip read with masks being used.