• Video courses offered by Udemy are taught and inspired by 50,000 experts from around the world.
• 300 lessons are focused on English grammar.
I’m not a fan of video classes, but if this is your preferred way of learning, you are probably looking for relevant apps for your iPad or iPhone.
Udemy is not the first app which comes to mind when you want to learn languages. It’s because it comes from an online platform that includes over 130,000 video lessons in almost any topic, not only English language learning.
Most probably, the app won’t even show up on a list of search results in the App Store, if you look for “English language learning.”
Video courses offered by Udemy are taught and inspired by 50,000 experts from around the world. 300 lessons are focused on English grammar.
I realize that the number is not impressive but the choice is big enough to pick up a few lessons that suit you the most. Most of the courses are paid but 32 are free to download. You can watch them right after you sign up to the service.
Getting a free Udemy account is the best chance to test the quality of English language learning lessons, and if you like them, you can download the app that’s compatible not only with the iPad or iPhone, but also Apple TV.
The app lets you learn at your own pace. You can download courses for offline learning, and there is an option to turn on the audio-only mode.
Learn more about the best iOS apps for English learners.
Benefits: Learn English with on-demand videos, free and paid.
Compatibility: iPad, iPhone, Apple TV.
Price: Free with 32 English courses that are free to download from Udemy website; 300 more courses are paid.
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