ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., March31, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ Deaf Bible was originally released in November 2012 with American Sign Language (ASL) as the only translation available on the app. Even with just one translation, it quickly became one of the most popular Deaf apps in the market and has been downloaded and used in countries all over the world. With the release of Deaf Bible 2.0, the app will include 10 additional sign language translations that represent a potential outreach to more than 7.2 million people that use these languages. The redesign features a completely new look and feel through a fully video-centric experience that was designed by and for the Deaf user. The app's technology and user interface clearly stand out for its use of icons in place of text and its unique sign language-based navigation, which makes the app more user friendly for those whose primary form of communication is sign.
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