Udemy - Online Courses

Udemy - Online Courses

By Udemy

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-10-16
  • Current Version: 4.0.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 124.18 MB
  • Developer: Udemy
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 24,579 Ratings

Description

Udemy is an online learning platform featuring 80,000+ video courses taught by expert instructors. Take courses in anything from programming languages like Python, and Java to personal development classes like design, drawing, writing and yoga. Join the more than 24 million students who are mastering new skills, advancing their careers, and exploring new hobbies on Udemy. LEARN ANYTHING: Discover courses in over 2,000 topics - from coding and data science to marketing, Photoshop, yoga, and more. New courses, on cutting-edge topics like machine learning, artificial intelligence, and blockchain, are continuously refreshed. LEARN AFFORDABLY: Udemy has both free and paid courses within your budget. Once you’ve enrolled in a course, you’ll have lifetime access to the content. LEARN FROM EXPERTS: Be inspired by 35,000+ expert instructors teaching in 50+ different languages. LEARN ANYWHERE: Download courses to learn offline. On the go? Listen to courses in audio-only mode. LEARN AT YOUR OWN PACE: Ask both students and instructors questions. Personalize your learning experience with speed controls and closed captioning. Free and paid courses available in: - Development: web development, programming languages (Python, Java, JavaScript, Ruby, Swift, C# & more), game development, coding basics, coding bootcamps, etc. - Business: Finance, financial analysis, entrepreneurship, public speaking, presentation skills, writing, etc. Plus, data & analytics (SQL, machine learning, deep learning, data science & more). - IT & Software: IT certification, network & security, cyber security, CCNA, etc. - Office Productivity: Microsoft, Apple, Google, SAP, Oracle, etc. - Personal Development: productivity, leadership, personal finance, career development, study skills, etc. - Design: drawing, web design, graphic design, design tools (Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator & more), UX design, UI design, design thinking, etc. - Marketing: Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Search Engine Optimization(SEO), social media marketing, marketing fundamentals, mobile marketing, content marketing, product marketing, etc. - Lifestyle: arts & crafts, travel, gaming, dog training, etc. - Photography: digital photography, photography tools, commercial photography, video design, etc. - Health & Fitness: yoga, nutrition, meditation, self-defense, etc. - Teacher Training: online course creation, presentation skills, instructional design, etc. - Music: instruments (guitar, piano & more), music fundamentals, music techniques, music software, etc. - Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, etc.

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Reviews

  • Awful on iPad Pro 12.9

    1
    By apple3142
    In portrait mode the lessons list takes over 50% of the screen. In landscape mode, it sits on top of the vide. In neither case is there does there seem to be anyway to close the list and just have the lesson video on screen. I’ll just use web, unless they can update this.
  • Great content, trash app

    1
    By neknekmo!
    Cant download courses easily at all
  • Skip the app. Support is horrible and confusing to use!

    1
    By compromise
    Tried purchasing through their app to see that they charged me without giving me the course I wanted. You can lose out on deals if the purchase doesn't go through so this is a huge deal. You can only reach support through the app or site. No phone calls and they respond when you are asleep at 4 am with copy and paste answers. User interface is lacking, I cannot follow up with messages on my support ticket. I had no choice to ask Apple for a refund after a lack of response to my statements that I had already provided information given TWICE. Other than horrible problem, app is okay but I would avoid use due to the quality of support and lack of honoring purchases. Other important features missing. Stick to the site.
  • Udemy is Great, iOS app could use improvement

    4
    By K-Sp33d
    Great courses and great instructors on Udemy! Requests: 1. Add multitask/split view; to take notes, code along, or look up references 2. Many courses come with exercises and/or lecture notes, not that it's hard, but an annoyance that you need through a couple of steps and then correlate which resources belong to the video. Why not just put the link under the video title or swipe the current track to display the files (or some other method). 3. Better video player; touch to play/pause, better rewind/forward controls (perhaps gesture control), auto-subtitles (or transcript), speed/pitch control. Add controls from the keyboard for when you're typing. When in fullscreen mode, I can touch the 15s forward/reverse and nothing happens.
  • Stop autocorrect the search

    1
    By My-two-cents?
    I’m trying to find courses on very specific technical topics, and the app “autocorrects” the correct technical terms into what it thinks is “correct”, without a chance to try again without autocorrect suggestions. This makes the app completely useless for me.
  • This should’ve got 5 stars but...

    3
    By Grazillion
    This should’ve got 5 stars as it does most of what I need it to do...with one major exception: It doesn’t allow for split-screen when being used on an iPad. I typically take notes on the right side of the screen with either Evernote or OneNote (depending if I need to write or type), and I keep whatever I’m learning on the left side of the screen. That can’t be done with this app. Instead, I have to go to the Udemy website in Chrome, request desktop mode, and use split screen from there. I have a 12.9” iPad Pro that can easily handle a video being played at a decent size on one side of the screen and a note app on the other side. The screen is not much different from a 13” MacBook Pro screen. But even if I had one of the smaller iPads, I should still be able to view this is split-screen. To the developers: Please, make it so that the app plays well with Apple’s split screen functionality. That way I could use it without having to resort to the browser.
  • Courses are great / app not that good

    2
    By Frosa1982
    You think your new Ipad Pro can do enything? No... its limited to what the apps you love can do. This app can't hide the side box with chapters, if you go fullscreen you can't getback, downloaded chapters get corrupted and other minor things. I would expect a monthly update on this app too...
  • Is it Downloading The Course?

    1
    By pointflyer908
    Can’t tell if it’s downloading the app for offline viewing. After waiting for days for the content it’s still in the downloading area. Don’t think downloading it’s working correctly.
  • Slooow

    1
    By mr.erodz
    Slow to lad a video that I’m not even getting the point of watching the video any more it plays more 30seconds and then it stop and so on
  • Downloader lectures doesn’t show up

    1
    By Foffex
    So I downloaded about 20 lectures (where the total lectures in the course is like 120). I’m now on LTE/4G/No service and I can’t see them. If I disable all internet access I can’t se any of them and if I enable anything but WiFi, I will only see 25 lectures total (and that’s totally random ones in random sections of the course). And guess what, I haven’t even downloaded those lectures so it doesn’t help me at all. Fix your app so you truly can watch lectures offline. Everyone else seems to get this right. Maybe the app developer should take a lecture on how to fix the app?:)

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