Edpuzzle 4+

Make any video your lesson

EDpuzzle, Inc.

    • Free



With the Edpuzzle app, your students can benefit from flipped learning wherever they go!

For teachers, Edpuzzle allows you to make any video your lesson. Embed your own questions, voiceover or audio notes in videos from a wide variety of sources including TED Ed, Khan Academy and YouTube, or upload your own. Your students will love it!

The app for students is perfect for frequently absent students, as they'll be able to complete their video lessons anywhere they go – it's a total game-changer.

So have your students download the Edpuzzle app so they can join your flipped classroom anywhere, anytime, and don't forget to leave us your reviews!

What’s New

Version 3700

Oh hey there! Have you seen our new and improved iOS app? We’ve revamped a part of our design, gotten rid of some bugs, and now support Microsoft single sign-on. Download our app and continue learning anywhere, anytime!

Ratings and Reviews

1.3 out of 5
23.3K Ratings

23.3K Ratings

CriticFoxBird620$ ,

Glitchy, hard to use

Impossible to rewatch the clip that happens before the question, so you have to drag along the progress bar on the bottom, which the app hates. It’s kicks you around on the video progress, so you have to rewatch the last 10 minutes that you JUST watched so that you can watch the 5 second section right before the question you’re actually trying to answer. I only use it when I have to because the app on computer is so much better and I can actually answer the questions. Also the mobile app has a problem with watching in landscape or portrait mode. Pick one and don’t try to change it because the app will freak out. Also sometimes the video won’t finish and I have to rewatch the WHOLE ENTIRE video again, which has happened on the computer version as well (albeit only once). Also I often have to re-sign in to my account because the app logs me out every time after I’m done using the app for 5 minutes because I hate it so much. No compatibility with Google classroom assignments either, it sends you to the website and you can’t watch your assignments from there. Seriously, learn something about how to actually make a functional app and make this usable. I hate this app, other students shouldn’t use it unless their school computers get lost or die in class. I wish it was better

Farm girl Kiki ,

Edpuzzle is an ineffective learning tool.

If you’re a teacher, use edpuzzles to grade for completion or note taking, but not as graded homework. Ed puzzle is not a good tool for learning new concepts, because trickier questions can’t be redone. Most people I know just look up the answers anyway because they’re afraid they’ll get it wrong and not have the ability to change it once they’ve submitted it. Since edpuzzle locks in your answer once you’ve submitted, most students are more likely to just move on rather than trying to figure out what they did wrong. This is a problem especially when the video has less questions on it. There are more effective homework sites that allow students to redo questions they get wrong so that they can learn the concepts and understand how to do problems. If you plan on using edpuzzle for your students, just grade for completion because grading based on the percentage of questions the student got right is most of the time unfair you the student. Edpuzzle is just not good at helping students and fails to provide support needed to deepen understanding of complex concepts. The only place I could see edpuzzle being used is in a middle or lower school, because it just isn’t suitable for more advanced learning.

Ashley_•patterson ,

Makes things harder than necessary.

Teachers may see this as an effective learning app to students because they can’t skip trough the video, do anything else while something is playing and you cannot change your answers. But as all of these things sound useful for ways around cheating, they make things way harder than they need to be on students. It’s way easier for students to watch videos at their own pace and should be able to do different things on the device and still be able to listen without having to start over very long videos that you cannot go back to the place you were at. These features are unnecessarily difficult as to how you can accomplish the same task giving a link to a video and questions separately. you also cannot see the questions ahead of time so you never know just what you are listening for which results in many people not paying attention to the video until seconds before the question comes up because they usually pop up right after they are being said. Therefore this does not help kids retain the knowledge they need for the concept.

App Privacy

The developer, EDpuzzle, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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