Master skills on the go with IXL!

Discover a world of learning with interactive questions in over 5,700 skills for math and English language arts. Take on exciting new challenges, explore personalized recommendations, and earn virtual awards. And, feel good about your screen time as you keep skills sharp anytime, anywhere, on the SIIA CODiE award-winning Best PK-12 Educational App for a Mobile Device (2017 and 2018). Now available on both iPhone and iPad!


From skip-counting with pictures to graphing quadratic functions, IXL's interactive math questions put the joy of learning at students’ fingertips. Explore more than 3,800 skills that provide comprehensive coverage of pre-K through 12th grade math. Unlimited questions allow students to review and practice as much as they need to master each skill. And with a variety of fun question types, colorful graphics, and a handwriting recognition feature, IXL makes math learning an immersive experience.

English Language Arts

Build strong readers and writers with IXL’s English language arts program for pre-K through twelfth grade. We bring the fundamentals of writing to life through fun and witty questions that challenge students to learn new vocabulary, correct grammatical mistakes, read and analyze text, develop writing skills, and more. Over 1,900 skills prepare kids to become confident communicators in school and beyond.

Highlights of IXL

- Comprehensive standards-aligned curriculum
- Wide variety of question types to engage students
- Unlimited access to all grade levels
- Insightful reports and weekly updates on your student’s progress
- Over 45 billion questions answered by students worldwide

See why people love IXL

“Thanks to IXL, our students' performance has increased dramatically. Because they practice the skills daily, and because the site provides feedback, students are able to correct their mistakes and master the concepts easily.” - Waleska Batista, teacher, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, U.S.A.

“My favourite feature of IXL is that if you get a question wrong IXL will tell you how to solve it and what you did wrong. Another thing I really enjoy is that IXL provides awards and progress reports showing how you do over time. I think these two things are very effective because they make the student feel like they are actually studying and not wasting time.” - Student, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

“This program takes the frustration out of math because it allows the student to practice at his/her own pace and stay focused. It's okay if you mark one wrong because another one will be waiting. This is a great tool to have.” - Parent of a 4th grader, California, U.S.A.

“We like the rewards and certificates; our children work very hard to receive these! The reports are also brilliant in keeping us informed of the levels our children have reached and where they need extra help.” - Parent, Coolah, NSW, Australia

“My students are improving by the day, and some even stay in for recess to work on IXL!” - Helm Jackson, 5th grade teacher, Redmond, Washington, U.S.A.

IXL Membership

Become an IXL member for $19.99 per month and you’ll get access to a fully personalized learning experience - complete with comprehensive curriculum and guidance, meaningful analytics, and fun awards and milestones!

Pricing may vary by country. Your subscription will be charged through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period, unless auto-renewal is turned off beforehand. You may manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal at any time from your iTunes account settings after purchase, but no refunds will be provided for the unused portion of the period.

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What's New

Version 4.1.0

We’ve improved the way English language arts skills are organized to help you easily find exciting skills to practice!

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
5K Ratings
5K Ratings

Could have been more...

High scorer

IXL has many worlds with a variety of difficulties, the side quest of collecting pictures is boring, as you need to go through the main quest to do it anyway. While their is some good enemy variety, the boss rush section is just the same enemies but a little harder. Your character can be anything from a fish to a soccer ball, which gives the world a wacky feel, but the lack of memorable locales don’t deliver on that wackyness that the characters give off. Lack of any memorable music tracks, and the level design is uncreative, just enemy after enemy. There isn’t any reward for beating levels, other than the pictures, you don’t get stronger or level up either, making the game just as slow at the end as it was in the beginning. The enemy variety offers good replay value for the levels. The game could be very forgiving telling you what you did wrong if you fail, and the harder difficulty you have, the more the game punishes you for failing but still teaches you that levels mechanics. Sometimes the levels were a great big slog, as eventually I didn’t feel like losing to the same enemies over and over, and if you fail too much in the boss rush section, you can be sent back to standard enemies, and go as far back as the beginning of the level, there isn’t any difficulty spikes, as the game is an open world, letting you choose your own path. Overall, IXL had a lot of promise that the developers didn’t deliver.

Does IXL NEED to be a app?


Hey, I’m not a real big fan of IXL. In fact, it’s so horrible, I would give it negative 5 stars if I could. Every time I try a level, I end up getting like, “yay! I am at 99 points and the total is 100!” But then you get the last question wrong so I’m back at 81 points! The hate it when that happens. Plus, if people hate it so much, then would you be playing when your at calculus? Because there is a ENTIRE column for that stupid thing! And in one column there are about a million levels. Plus, you know how in the 3rd grade levels the limit is 31 questions? And if a question is wrong it COUNTS as a question? Well, I learned it the hard way because once I had so many questions wrong, that I had 69 questions before. And please, just please with raspberry on top, FIX IXL!!!

P.S. the point: DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME WITH IXL❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️
P.S # 2 the worst/stupidest/dumbest app EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I added this in my review: once it took me 5 hours for 1 level and it took, well, guess what? 122 questions.

The best app for children of all ages even adults


I am a mom to a 17yr old Highschool senior and a 10year old 5th grader. My youngest has ADHD,aspergers, sensory disorder, he only started speaking when he was 3years old and did speech therapy for 2years. He had to play catch up when we moved from Africa to the U.S as he was behind for his age. Along with home schooling and IXL he has gotten all the help that he needs on a daily basis. We are able to review material given in class and he has so much fun. He has been on the honor roll for the last 2 years and is doing amazing. Thank you to the people who created this tool, it is a lifesaver and it also keeps children like my son with short attention span engaged and excited to finish so that they can their prize.


136.4 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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In-App Purchases
  1. IXL - Math and English $19.99


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