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Online education platforms are rapidly gaining in popularity as more and more people revel in the idea of learning just about anything – from sciences to the arts, all from the comfort of their own homes. Khan Academy, the non-profit educational organization that works towards providing a word-class education to everyone, has announced that it has released a dedicated Android app as well as a redesigned iPhone app.

With a catalog that boasts thousands of educational videos and detailed scholarly explanations, the newly designed apps sport improved search features, an offline learning mode and even seamless syncing between your handheld device and khanacademy.org. This means all of your academic progress is up-to-date no matter where you access the content from. However the Android iteration falls short as it lacks interactive exercises that are present in both the iOS and online versions. Hopefully this will be remedied in future releases. The app is available to download now via the Google Play store and App Store.

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