Take your online course with you and learn on the go with Teachable’s iOS app — an offline reader. Whether you’re looking to master a skill or pick up a new hobby, join over 7 million students who are already learning through Teachable-powered schools.
Download the Teachable iOS app to:
* Access all your content from Teachable-powered schools
* Stream videos and view handouts/worksheets all while on the go
* View course content offline after visiting the course once while connected
* Pick up where you left off: your course progress is automatically synced between the iPhone app and your web browser
* Easily jump from lecture to lecture and between courses
* Track your progress on a course-by-course basis
Using the Teachable iOS app is completely free. Once you’re enrolled in a course on a Teachable-powered school, you get full access to the content by downloading the app.
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Worthless due to careless design for offline courses that facilitates piracy
I was really excited about this app as a way to securely offer offline access for my customers without making it easy for pirates to steal my content. Unfortunately, Teachable makes your videos downloadable automatically in the web app if you enable offline access in the iOS app. You cannot just enable the offline iOS access by itself.
The response from their support team is that pirates could do a screen recording of a stream, which is not very customer friendly and strikes me as a lazy position to take. It is true, but it overlooks the much higher burden it creates by requiring a thief to spend the time (and know how) to record and compress the stream. I can live with that risk, but cannot accept the idea that Teachable would aid pirates by making it so easy to steal the content.
I really hope they add a “make available offline” option, it would be dead simple for them, and make this app very useful. The app is otherwise very good.
No iPad version? Seriously?
I am trying to access my courses on my iPad to play the videos on the go on a bigger screen than on my phone, as well as to read the content on a tablet which is more the size of an actual book page than a phone will ever be, and I come to the disappointing surprise of the fact that the myTeachable app is not supported on the iPad at a native resolution. There is no iPad/universal iOS version of the myTeachable app! I had to download the phone version to at least access the content of my courses, but we all know how ugly iPhone apps look on an iPad. Please Teachable, get your act together and an iPad app should be one of your priorities. You're an educational company, come on! In the meantime I'm going to have to bear with this half-assed solution, but PLEASE MAKE THE IPAD APP ASAP!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.