Crash Course - Watch and Study 17+

Education for everyone

Complexly LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 1.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Watch thousands of educational videos and review your learning with the Crash Course App!

At Crash Course, we believe that high-quality educational content should be available to everyone for free. We produce courses that accompany high school and college-level classes ranging from the humanities to the sciences. On YouTube we have created a community of over 10 million subscribers that believe, like us, that learning should be fun, engaging, and thoughtful (and silly when appropriate).

This app is a portal to our thousands of videos online and a place to review your learning with supplemental flashcards and quizzes. Flashcard decks are currently available for all episodes of Anatomy & Physiology, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry, and we'll be continually adding more content.

So please join our community of learners because you are the exception!

What’s New

Version 1.61

Added support for additional special characters.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

sncrisman ,

Favorite education app — for both school and home

This app is honestly beautifully made, and you can tell the developers spent a lot of time and effort into it. It’s intuitive and easy to use, both are things I absolutely adore.

I am still in school, and as you know, it is now completely online, and even if this app is only a few weeks old, whenever I don’t completely understand a topic, I don’t hesitate to come to Crash Course, and it never fails me.

Now, both of my parents are chemists, and they’ve always tried to get me into chemistry. They’ve given me their old college textbooks, sent me links to videos explaining chemistry basics, and even taught me science facts in the car, but I’ve never really learnt much from it, but then for the past two weeks I figured I’d actually put some effort into learning the subject, and surprisingly — it’s going well! The lessons are easy to follow, and when you put in the extra effort to make notes along the way, chemistry turns into something really easy to follow!

Singerchick109 ,

I wish I had this in high school

This app is both beautifully designed and staggeringly intuitive. Crash Course launched after I graduated from high school, but I used CC Literature & CC theater to keep on learning even though I didn’t take those classes in college. I was terrible at math & science in high school, and an app like this would’ve done wonders for my bio & chemistry grades. The material is so much easier to grasp in this format, and I don’t know if it’s because I’m older and learning because I want to, or if it’s because the material is presented in a way that actually holds my attention. Maybe both? In any case, this app is brilliant and wonderful and I’m happy that I have it so I can keep on learning. Thanks John, Hank, & the amazing Complexly team. Y’all crushed it.

#Headphones on ,

Great, but I have some suggestions

It's a really great app and I'm so greatful that it's free. However, there are some critiques to be made. First off, I wish there was a place for all of your downloaded courses to be stored. There's a place for favorites, but that's for individual videos. It's manageable now because there's not many things to sort through, but if this app continues to grow (which I expect it will), the courses I need to get to will take more effort to find than necessary. Second, for courses following AP courses it would be nice if they were sectioned off into units as they are on the Collegeboard website. It's not necessary, just a way for it to be more organized and easier for people to find certain topics. That's about all the critiques I have. Other than that, it's a great app with plentiful information. Thank you!!

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