Khan Academy iPhone app debuts
Nov. 26, 2012
- With the release of its mobile app for iPhone and iPod Touch, Khan Academy has given students the ability to take its collection of more than 3,500 educational videos on the go.
- The breadth of topics covered by the app includes everything from math and science to the humanities.
- Users will notice differences depending on which platform they use, with the iPhone, for example, only allowing video playback, while the iPad app (which was released earlier this year) allows downloading for offline viewing, subtitle options and the ability to track progress and achievement.
From the article:
Education disruptor, Khan Academy, has released an iOS mobile application for the iPhone and iPod Touch, giving users complete access to its collection of over 3,500 videos. Now, students will be able to continue their education on the go, whether they’re traveling on vacation, commuting, or sitting around with nothing else to do. The app covers a wide variety of topics, including topics within the K-12 space, such as math, science topics like chemistry, biology, physics, etc., and there’s even a focus on the humanities. ...
at The Next Web
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