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Jillian @ Signing Savvy It would be great if there were an option to see all the words by letter and just put play and the signs come one after the other. I would really like to continue this when I arrive in Canada.
The app is perfect when I look for an specific word but if I want to learn all the words that start with the letter “a”, I have to click one then go back to letter “a” and click the next word in the list. Is there an equivalent and if so how would I go about learning it?
In the newer versions, you can see the version number on the loading screen when starting up the app.
As of right now, the current version that you want installed is 2.4. Hi, I am in the UK using Makaton which is sign language (signed English) for those who CAN hear but not communicate verbally.
I would kindly suggest asking the research librarian at your local college for assistance.
You'll get an auto-reply back when you send me e-mail, you might want to read it here first!
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Jillian @ Signing Savvy Hi Mark, Yes, all the updates have been released.