Udacity now has an Android version of its app that lets you study its online courses on your smartphone. There also a new course on developing your own apps for Android.
The announcement of the availability of Udacity for Android on Google Play says:
All Udacity courses are now available on Android for the first time, in a classroom specifically built and optimized for touch. Now, you can stream lectures wherever your Android device goes, and test yourself with quick and fun quizzes and you learn on the go.
The collaboration of Udacity and Google seems to be delivering on the promise of the Open Education Alliance and together with the recently announced Udacity Nanodegrees and the Georgia Tech Online Masters Degree in Computer Science make Udacity a valuable source of education that is relevant to professional developers.
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