Hmm I’m not familiar with any apps. Anyone help out that person?
But— the best sites are: aslpro and lifeprint . I’m not a HUGE fan of youtube videos because you don’t often know that person’s credibility. Though, if you send me links I’ll be happy to check out and let you know if it’s thumbs up or down. :)
The BEST way to become good at ASL is interacting with deaf people and taking ASL classes irl.The guy from life print has an app called fingerspell and it’s really good practice for finger spell. you can adjust how many letters in the word and how fast it gets spelt. I definitely recommend that.