EdX brings you the best online courses from the world’s top universities and institutions to your mobile device, so you can learn new skills anytime, anywhere.
Learn and master the most in-demand skills to advance your career with online courses in the fastest-growing fields including: computer science, data science, engineering, business management, marketing, finance, accounting, math, design, and more.

EdX’s free app for online courses give you the freedom to learn your way:
Stream online classes in data science, blockchain, python, and more to learn on the go
Download online courses to watch anytime
Test your knowledge with quizzes and exams as you advance through each course
View course announcements and handouts
Advanced search so you can find online courses in any subject from HTML programming to philosophy, history, psychology and more

• Computer science – Learn programming in Python, C++, Java, R, and more. Master courses in artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, cloud computing, and cybersecurity.
• Business & Management - Courses in accounting, marketing, finance, economics, information technology, entrepreneurship, and more.
• Mathematics - from high school to college-level math courses, master your skills in calculus, statistics, and algebra.
• Science & Engineering - Top online courses in subjects including biology, chemistry, robotics, manufacturing, and various engineering fields.
• Language - Learn Spanish, Mandarin, French, English, and even sign language.
2000 courses in additional subjects including art, law, politics, history, and more from top educational institutions.

EdX’s online courses are taught by experts and professors from the world’s top universities and institutions. Enrich your education with courses from Harvard, MIT, UC Berkeley, Microsoft, Columbia, Wharton, Oxford, and 100 other institutions around the world. Try EdX’s courses for free now and enjoy the best education, when and where you want it.

EdX is a nonprofit offering Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) to professionals, job seekers, students, teachers, homeschoolers, high school students preparing for college, and anyone looking to improve skills for professional or continuing education. Anyone who wants an education & loves learning will enjoy taking courses, watching class videos, and gaining in-demand skills in this free learning app.


What’s New

Version 2.22.0

- We’ve added more options for controlling video speed to meet your needs.
- We’ve heard you! Now you can rewind or forward videos to get to the exact point where it matters.
- My Courses screen is now optimized to work on iPads.
- General improvements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3.8K Ratings

3.8K Ratings

Pyurmak64 ,


I was able to download the app, create an account, find and enroll in a course, and watch the introductory video within a matter of minutes. There appears to be a large number of available courses covering a wide range of topics. Each course has a syllabus as well as detailed descriptions of the parting knowledge one will have acquired upon completion. Instructors will grade your submissions through the class, yielding a final grade. There’s even an option to receive an official certificate of completion. I’ll hold off on that prior to more research—it costs $99. Curiously, the few courses I looked at were offered through what one could call “3rd party affiliate universities”. Perhaps I didn’t read the full app description but I was under the impression these would be actual Harvard courses. Nevertheless, so far so good and I am looking forward to enjoying the learning process. Highly recommended.

yoyosmo74 ,


Before you spend time adding additional features, u need to make sure the basic features exist for the software u have developed. In this case, the ability to know where you left off in a video lecture. It is crucial. Coursera does a great job of highlighting where u are in the course although their last update was bizarre UX wise. Edx has a much nicer design but is missing some basics which mean people end up using the desktop version. I dont know about everyone else but Im not going to download the videos, so while the latest update is great for those that are, it would be great if the next feature to focus on is letting users know (via bookmark) where they are in the course. Also "last accessed" is not the same thing and should be an additional feature. I would also like to be able to hide or remove archived classes from my course list using some kind of filtering. But def not as important as basic bookmarking.

iter8 ,

Content is great, app is terrible

EdX has world class educational content but the app itself is poorly designed and glitchy. I should never have to leave the app to access content. If I leave the app to access content on a browser, I shouldn’t see a link to download the app in the browser window. Radial buttons should just work; I cringe at the idea of my progress getting lost because someone couldn’t design a form effectively. When exploring courses by subject, the default page should be the one that shows all the subjects. I don’t care about featured courses because they’re not personalized. With the recent update I’m supposed to be able to view all content in English because that’s the language in my settings. There’s something wrong and all the courses are showing up in Spanish. Come on people, I don’t do digital UX and even I know this stuff. If it weren’t for the fact that the content is good, this would be a one star review.


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Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes


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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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