Spark your curiosity, creativity, and career with Skillshare!
Join our community of 7 million lifelong learners, and unlock the styles and strategies today’s creators need to know. Explore more than 28,000 online classes in exciting creative areas like drawing, watercolor, calligraphy, photography, graphic design, illustration, hand lettering, icon design, pattern design, and more. Learn to use popular creative tools, such as Procreate, Fresco, Illustrator, and Photoshop. And, you can level up your career with classes in entrepreneurship, social media marketing, productivity, and more.
Bite-sized lessons help you learn at your own pace, on your schedule. Plus, classes include projects to help you learn by doing. Expand your creative skills, go freelance, or discover what drives you with thousands of classes to fuel your creativity and career.
* Download the app to watch hundreds of free classes.
* Start your free trial of Skillshare Premium to access our full library of premium, subscription-only classes.
* As a member of Skillshare Premium, you can take as many classes as you want.
* Download classes to watch while offline (on your commute, travels, and more!)
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With this update, we fixed some bugs and improved app stability. We hope you enjoy learning on Skillshare, and we can't wait to see where your creativity takes you.
Ratings and Reviews
Skillshare is Awesome. I highly recommend it!
I’ve tried some other learning apps and there always seems to be something missing. Some are just poorly designed, others have substandard instructors or some other malfunction.
I will admit though, that I haven’t tried them all and there are some good ones too. One that that comes to my mind, gives lectures on topics like history, philosophy, physics and stuff like that. But when it comes to learning skills, i have to say that Skillshare is absolutely the best. It easy to navigate and find classes on topics you want to learn.
The instructors that I’ve seen here are very good and clear and you get a lot of information without a bunch of yapping involved, so you can learn any skill very fast. After watching classes here, I get a sense of satisfaction, because I feel I’ve acquired practical knowledge and application, instead of feeling hanging in an overload of fractured information.
Skillshare has a monthly subscription, which is very moderately priced. For me, if there ever was a reason and justification to subscribe to anything, it would definitely be with Skillshare. I absolutely recommend it.
Just a little lacking
I like the idea of Skillshare-the class content is great and constantly evolving, the amount of videos and topics is almost overwhelming lol..the app could use some work. I have tons of saved classes and no way to sort through them. Also, I would REALLY like a functional Roku TV app. I hate streaming from my phone and watching it on there-I have incredibly bad vision and watching things on my phone screen (which is an iPhone plus, so not the smallest screen) puts a lot of strain on my eyes. I was able to find a free screen mirroring service to stream to my Roku but it wasn’t the easiest to use and was loaded with ads. My free trial will be up in the beginning of April and I would really like to sign up for an annual subscription but I just can’t justify the cost for something I can’t stream directly to my tv, limiting my ability to really use the service. As of now I have probably 50 classes saved to my list and have only been able to watch maybe 5 of them since I signed up in January, because as I said, the strain on my eyes is too much. Please add a Roku TV app or the ability to mirror directly from the Skillshare app to any tv!
Reviewing App not Platform
I love Skillshare and I have no issues at all with the Skillshare platform. The only issue I have with the app is that I cannot look at or download the class materials on the app or upload my work from the app. This is particularly annoying when the only method I have for photographing my art is my phone or my iPad and I feel like it would be more usable if I could upload directly from that device via the app versus having to email myself the photo and upload it from my computer. This is particularly painful for me because I have satellite Internet on my computer where is on my phone I have unlimited data. Perhaps I have the opposite problem of most people but I live in the wilds of Maine and there is no broadband. Otherwise the app is very convenient and I quite enjoy just watching the classes but I’m waiting in the car somewhere and can’t even do the projects. It’s a good practice to watch the prep classes before you start the project anyway. Great app and I hope that they will consider allowing uploads and downloads within the app.
- Skillshare, Inc.
- 112 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
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- In-App Purchases
- Premium Membership $14.99
- Annual Premium Membership $99.99
- Monthly Premium Membership $14.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.