Well-known online education portal Khan Academy has updated its iOS app to include support for the iPhone and iPod touch in addition to the iPad, making it compatible with the entire iOS product lineup.
The app brings Khan Academy’s expansive educational video content, which spans across various disciplines like Math, Science, Finance and History, to iOS.
In the app’s transition to the iPhone, however, Khan Academy dropped some features that the iPad version of the app has, like the ability to login with an account to track progress, download videos for offline viewing and viewing subtitles along with a video. The access to a library of 3,500 videos is impressive, nonetheless, and is something that students with iPhones and iPods will surely appreciate.
Khan Academy was started in 2006 by Salman Khan with a mission to provide quality education to the masses for free. The non-profit is backed by the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation, Google and a several other influential personalities and organisations.
You can download the app for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 5.1 or higher from this link.
Hat tip: The Next Web