Courses and Tutorials at Udemy
Courses, tutorials and trainings are available for everyone online.
According to Udemy, this student android app offers about 20,000+ courses, training programs and tutorials under different categories and there are 4,000,000 people who have already downloaded the app for use.
Udemy claims that there is not a subject that Udemy does not have a course or training or a tutorial for teaching.
This 18.44 MB android app with in-app purchases can be downloaded from Play Store for free.
Once it gets installed and you tap the icon to open the app, the following welcome-page appears on the screen, asking you to sign up.
You can sign in using your Google or Facebook accounts. I tapped the red button labeled Sign in with Google and Udemy showed my picture in the next screen.
To continue signing in, I tapped SIGN IN at the bottom right corner. This brought me the following home page of the app.
You can see the menu button at the top left and a search button at the top right corner. Just below the menu button, there is a drop down menu button called Categories.
If you tap it, a drop down menu will appear with more than a dozen items such as Development, Business, IT & Software, Office Productivity, Personal Development, Design, Marketing, Lifestyle, Photography, Health & Fitness, Teacher Training, Music, Academics, Language, Test Prep.
If you tap any one of these categories, subcategories will be shown to you.
For example, when I tapped IT & Software, the following subcategories were shown : numerous in number and all following the first course titled Cisco CCNA (200-120) : The Complete Course.
Tap the first course and a page appears to describe the course, as follows.
It is a 5 star course with 13,594 students and the heavily discounted price shown at the bottom right corner indicated $ 29.00 with its original price at $ 399.00.
The ‘Buy this course‘ button to the left of the price tag will take you to other pages for making the transaction for enrollment. You can use your credit/debit cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover etc to pay.
Tapping the menu button, I saw my picture just above my name. There is a setting button next to the name.
Below these, there are 3 items viz Featured, My Courses and Wishlist arranged vertically from top to bottom respectively.
‘Featured‘ button takes you to the home page and shows all the courses.
‘My Courses‘ button shows you the courses you have subscribed to.
‘Wishlist‘ show the courses you have marked to the wish list while browsing for considering later.
Anyone who wishes to know or learn more or have extra information about their college subjects may as well use Udemy as a resource center.
To learn more about this student android app, Udemy, go to www.udemy.com and also Google Play Store.
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