January 2, 2013
This is surely an historic day for SignWriting - the first SignWriting app !!
THANK YOU for Signbook, Lasse ;-))
$1.99 is not a lot of money for a SignWriting dictionary app on the iPhone and iPad -
I do not personally own an iPad or an iPhone.
Can someone try Signbook and tell us how it goes? - We all are very interested!!
Adam owns an iPhone and I am interested to see his iPhone later -
I hope to purchase an iPad in the future - now that there is a SignWriting app there is good reason to buy one -
2013 is already a great year -
and I know there are many more important developments for SignWriting to come in 2013 -
I hope to write a SignWriting report and post it to the SignWriting List soon -
On Jan 2, 2013, at 4:57 AM, Schneider, Lasse wrote:
Hello Valerie and everybody on the SignWriting-List, First of all a happy new year 2013 to all of you :) We are happy to announce the release of the first SignWriting app in Apple’s Appstore: Signbook. With this app for the iPhone and iPad one can search the Delegs dictionaries (which also include the corresponding SignPuddle dictionaries) of the following sign languages: ASL, DGS, LSE, LIBRAS, PJM, LSF, LSFB. So at the moment it is basically a portable SignWriting dictionary which you can carry in your pocket and lookup a sign no matter where you are. We are planning on adding further features in the future. Here is the link to the app in the Appstore: You can also find the app by searching for “Signbook” in the Appstore. To cover at least a part of our expenses we have to charge $1.99 for the purchase of the app. But we think this is an affordable price for everybody. Please try out the app, and do not hesitate to ask us questions or give us feedback. C1 WPS Workplace Solutions Geschäftsführer: Gesellschaft für DV-Beratung mbH Dr. Guido Gryczan Vogt-Kölln-Straße 30 Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinz Züllighoven 22527 Hamburg HRB 73999 – Amtsgericht Hamburg