In recent months we have seen how different educational platforms are betting on offering a mobile experience to their students.
Following this line, the Udacity team announces its iPad application with interesting features taking advantage of the benefits of the device.
Users who use the application to access the platform will be able to follow the same dynamics they know when consulting the contents from the web. They will be able to follow the courses they have chosen, practice the suggested programming exercises and, of course, be an ideal way to enjoy videoconferencing.
This first version comes with interesting options that will surely expand over time, taking into account the feedback from users and their way of interacting with the different functions that are integrated.
As commented on the Udacity blog, this is just the beginning. They have plans to offer this same experience to users who use other platforms, so the application for Android users is pending.
If we are interested in knowing how this application for iPad works, we only have to go to the App Store, download it and follow the steps required to enter our account at Udacity.