The word-identification technology and their return to lettering has been advanced very recently and has helped to create this app that would help many deaf and hearing impaired people, Telegraph reports.

“With the creation of this program, I would fulfill my dream of communicating with people using this technique,” said Kanevscy, who has lost hearing since he was one year old.

The app is currently in beta, as it will be available soon, but initially only on the Android version.

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