Hear that buzz? That’s not the bees, hummingbirds, or tree frogs — or, depending on where you are right now, maybe it is. But the buzz I’m talking about is the one in the video2brain community over the release of the brand-new Android app.
Starting today, the new video2brain Training App for Android devices is available on Google Play (the Android app store) free of charge. This makes video2brain’s extensive library of video training — currently including more than 190 courses with over 730 hours of content in English, and 1380 courses with 6451 hours of content in German, French, and Spanish — accessible on all Android-based tablet computers and smartphones with a large enough display for the purpose. At the same time, we’ve also released a new version of the video2brain iPad app that allows users to synchronize their training across all of their devices.
This is a feature that we’re quite excited about — both apps give you this ability to synchronize across devices, making it easy for you to, for instance, watch part of a course on your desktop in the morning, then a few lessons in a standing-room-only train car on your phone, then a little more on the airplane with your tablet, then the rest on your laptop when you reach your destination.
Both apps also include an option to download courses you’ve purchased for offline learning (video2brain Platinum subscribers can download any course of their choosing).
For more information on the apps, click here.
Or to go directly to Google Play to download the Android app, use this convenient button:
Then go and be free! Learn anywhere you want to! Say hi to the tree frogs for me.