1. Deaf Bible
Experience Sign Language Bibles in an interactive and easy to use interface in various translations featuring skilled signers in sharp, close-up, color video. Immerse yourself in a complete Bible experience; interacting in rich Bible content accessible in sign language. You can HAVE the Bible, KNOW the Bible and SHARE theBible with the Deaf like never before!
The Deaf Bible app is easy to navigate and to watch. Content is fully accessible to the Deaf with extensive use of videos to communicate in their native, heart language. New sign language translations are being added frequently, providing you with the widest selection of Sign Language Bibles.
Deaf Bible Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit ministry dedicated to providing the Word of God in every sign language translation. Our mission is to provide God’s Word in Every Sign Language until all the Deaf have seen.
2. Live Transcribe
On Pixel 3 and up, these additional steps are required to use Live Transcribe:
- Open your device's Settings app.
- Tap Accessibility, then tap Live Transcribe.
- Tap Use service, then accept the permissions.
- Use the Accessibility button or gesture
3. Speechnotes - Speech To Text
For thinkers, bloggers, writers, drivers, joggers, busy people and anyone who prefers fast & easy typing.
Makes life easy - no more struggling to write down short or long texts. Unlike other voice-typing apps, Speechnotes does not stop listening when you take a break to breath or think. Incorporates a built-in keyboard so you can enjoy the ease of dictation for words and ease of tapping for punctuation & symbols. Designed to make writing fast and easy.
Featured on Gizmo's, GeekTime & more.
- Accurate. Most accurate. Incorporates Google's speech recognition service.
- Fast, simple & light. Great for regular text notes too, as it's a super simple & reliable notepad. Battle-tested for years.
- Supports offline (though better performance when connected)
4. Subtitle Viewer
- search for movies and series
- display the subtitles for a movie or episode in your language
- sync subtitles by using play/pause or by tapping on a sub
- scroll back to see the last subs without getting out of sync
- adapt the font size and display brightness
- search for text within the subtitles
- export subtitle files to use them with other apps
5. Hand Talk Translator
DEF-ISL offers the opportunity for all to learn sign language and thereby reach out to the deaf more easily.
DEF is an organization made of the deaf, for the deaf, by the deaf, focused on addressing the issues of communication for the deaf and developing methods and resources to improve their connect with the society at large. They aim to make a lasting impact on the future of thousands of deaf or hard of hearing children and adults by providing them access to early identification, hearing technology and expertise to reach their full potential.
7. Iglesia Ni Cristo Sign Language App
When relating to Deaf people who communicate with a sign language in Argentina, it should be remembered that their primary and natural language is LSA. These people can know other alternative means of communication, such as reading the lips of someone who speaks Spanish, but their natural language will always be LSA, so LSApp allows better communication, providing social inclusion to Deaf people.