Udacity for iOS was originally an iPad-only app, but the company is bringing its video lessons — which include 12 full courses and 26 free and ‘open’ courseware — to smaller screens. The change will allow users to “take a Udacity course wherever is convenient for you.”
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In addition, Udacity is also introducing an offline mode that allows users to download videos which can viewed even when they have no Internet access.
With both iOS bases now covered, Udacity says it is working on expanding to Android next.
“We have heard from many students that you’d like to see Udacity on your Android devices, and we are working hard on bringing it to you,” the company wrote on its blog.
Finally, the app is now available in a number of non-English languages: Japanese, German, Chinese, Korean, Italian, Portuguese Brazilian, Spanish and French.
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