Features

  • Browse and watch thousands of videos using touch optimized experience
  • Downloadable videos: take individual videos or entire playlists to watch offline at your own pace
  • Search and share: use Windows charms to search videos and share using any app which can share

Additional information


Version Notes

New in this release: • Support for new top level domains like "Test Prep" and "Partner Content" • Report progress and earn points when watching videos • Layout and performance improvements This app is an open source project. Visit repo on GitHub to learn more and contribute. https://github.com/Khan/khan-windows


Ratings and reviews

Average customer rating

4.0
2,822 ratings

Rating snapshot

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  2. 4
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  3. 3
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Devante · 8/1/2015
Can't actually do stuff

On the khan academy website I can actually use the tutorials to do things, like actually answer questions or actually write code. But not here. you can just watch the tutorials here. And a lot of the videos are unsupported on my computer because of their type of video, but I know the ones that work are the exact same type as the ones that don't! Also, it isn't touch compatible at all. I tried tapping one of the buttons and it didn't work at all, and I tried clicking on it, and it went! This sucks, especially compared to the website!

Jackson · 7/29/2015
Ok

It should be designed more like the website, where there is a learning dashboard and mastery challenges.

D · 7/9/2015
disappointer

I thought this would lead me straight to the website so I could have a easy connection. but all this app has is limited resources nothing like the website.

Kenny · 8/2/2015
I would use the website instead.

I would like if it was more like the website and reminded you to continue the stuff that you were learning before with 50% done and stuff like that.

Reviewer 2794 · 7/7/2015
No in-app text editor for computer programming

There is no way to follow along in-app with the lessons for computer programming. You have to use a separate app. Not a deal breaker, but it makes things harder. Would like to see the UI revamped, it feels somewhat cluttered.

Reviewer 1536 · 7/26/2015
It's Fantasitic

I got a lot of marks through it in my Science Exams of class 10 board

Reviewer 1772 · 6/8/2015
best education app

its just awesome good explaination, illustrations .. all is just mind blowing

Reviewer 0726 · 5/12/2015
Practice Problems/Viewing progress

This app is great, but between the option of using the app and using the regular browser version, I'm opting for the browser version. I prefer being able to access the practice problems and the way it lets me know where I left off last, neither of which are accessible with the app version. App version is too stripped down.

Reviewer 9971 · 5/11/2015
Great Tutorials

I use this in my class for students that want another way to understand the problem. Students use this at home when they need help on their homework. Some of the parents have reported that they use this to understand what their kids are learning.

Jamey · 7/29/2015
Instant Crash - no more

This app used to be really good. Now, whenever I open it, it closes immediately. Please fix. EDIT: It's working now!

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