It’s hard not to admire TED‘s extensive quality video library (now more than 1,200 talks strong). It’s getting even harder to steer clear of the many marvelous videos in there – ideas worth spreading indeed.
Evidently, the non-profit isn’t charging for the Android app.
Basically, the TED app enables users to browse, bookmark, search and watch the full library of 1,200+ TEDTalks, which range from 3 to 18 minutes in length.
Thankfully, all available talks are categorized and tagged.
According to a press release issued this morning, the new TED app is built for a wide array of Android-enabled phones and tablets, including the new Sony Tablet P “dual screen” and the Kindle Fire. The design adapts to various screen sizes.
No word on what took ’em so long.