Khan Academy Releases New App For iPhone & iPod Touch [Updates]

khan academy intro   Khan Academy Releases New App For iPhone & iPod Touch [Updates]Students who like to learn on the go will get a fillip with the launch of Khan Academy’s new app for iPhone and iPod Touch. Now, nearly 3500 videos, let’s call them micro-lectures, on video will be instantly accessible to students worldwide for free. The thousands of videos cover a wide variety of topics from K-12, humanities, and more advanced topics in math, finance, and economics.

The iPhone and iPod Touch app follows the release of the iPad app in March this year. The fresh app is slightly different from the iPad app as it only allows you to view the videos. With the iPad app, you can download a single video or an entire playlist and watch them offline. You can also read subtitles, and log your progress. The iPhone app is more for consumption rather than full interaction.

khan academy app   Khan Academy Releases New App For iPhone & iPod Touch [Updates]

The videos are uniquely designed that make them easy to follow. They are completely free, so anyone from a student to a homemaker, or even a friendly alien can get in and study. Khan Academy has been at the forefront of free education for all, and with its hugely popular videos hosted on YouTube. The effort has been supported and endorsed by Google and charitable organizations like Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Source: Apple App Store via The Next Web

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Thanks for the update ..It’ll be so much easier now

Rajaa Chowdhury

Where APPLE has the biggest free education portal in the world for all it’s device users known as the iTunesU (it is another thing that anyone can install iTunes, create an Apple ID and access this for free without having any Apple device whatsoever :P ), it is a bit surprising that Khan Academy is trying to push a similar platform on the aforesaid iOS devices. I think it would be a smarter move for them to evolve the Android platform more, as Android does not have anything similar to the iTunesU and Khan Academy can really take off better with the Android user vis-a-vis an iOS / Apple user.

Saikat Basu

The decision also has to do with the consumers of that information. In the United States especially, iPads and iPhones dominate among the student community. The percentage is quite high, vis-a-vis Android tablets.

Rajaa Chowdhury

The world does not only comprise of the USA and OS does not only denote Apple platforms. Unfortunately, other countries and other platforms exist and thrive. There is no harm in concentrating on USA and Apple, but if you ignore the others, they will simply ignore back. Case in point, with Apple’s high-nosed attitude, they have been beaten black and blue now by Samsung in practically every market except for a few countries with the SIII and NoteII vis-a-vis iPhone 4S & 5. So, my point is it is great that Khan Academy is evolving it’s solution on iOS devices, but not even having an official app on the Android platform, is too much of high-handedness on their part as otherwise they can reach beyond a defined domain to reach other people, ’cause I personally feel Khan Academy is a great resource for students worldwide and not only confined to USA.

Saikat Basu

There are unofficial viewers for Khan Academy available on the Android market. Though, an official app would be nice. I am sure something must be in the works.

Gokul Raj

Expected it for long time. Thanks for the update !

Kelly Karpinski

Great update. Keep up the good work! Also, I agree with Rajaa Chowdhury even though I do not use Android.

Ngan Tengyuen

Khan Academy is like the Wikipedia of Videos. This man is amazing, and Bill Gates who sponsored him is awesome too.


Online learning is becoming more accessible through websites such as Khan or

Saikat Basu

Thanks for the MathsTV link. I didn’t know about that one.

saad ahmed

welll this is the best indeed a great website for studying iam also happy that its a PAKISTANI website well if u tried this then you must have to be using

Rajaa Chowdhury

Mr. Ahmed, Education is universal and not confined to countries. :) However, congratulations to Khan Academy for a great concept of making education reach a greater mass.

Jagbir Sembhi

but the video quality on iPod touch is bad