Saturday, September 10, 2016

Udacity app gets offline learning on Android.


Udacity is my favorite online learning platform. I started a Google Nanodegree course with them and I'm currently working on my first app for Android, but more on this later. The Udacity Android app contains a full listing of courses and lets you learn wherever you are, provided you have a decent internet connection. That can be an issue if, like me, you do not have an unlimited data plan. Sure free Wi-Fi is available almost everywhere these days, but the low speed makes the experience frustrating. All that is to change now.

Udacity has been listening to users feedback and added a offline feature in its app that will let users download courses to their devices and learn offline on the go. In case you're wondering, there is no time limit on how long you can keep the videos. Delete the videos after you're done to make space for new ones.

Checkout the updated Udacity app for Android in Google Play Store.

1 comment:

  1. Have you ever bought on myelegantshopping.com?
    New online store in mauritius, best price, with 100% genuine products and free delivery across the island.
    Visit us: http://myelegantshopping.com/

    ReplyDelete