Prepare yourself for the jobs of today, tomorrow, and beyond with Udacity. Master in-demand skills in today’s hottest fields, through learning programs built with the world’s most innovative companies. Join millions of lifelong learners across the globe who are empowering themselves through education. Use the Udacity app to fully manage your personalized learning experience.

• Master course material developed with industry experts from Facebook, Google, Amazon, Github, and more.

• Access your classroom, connect with your mentor, and track your progress.

• Download classes and content ahead of time for future offline work sessions.

• Get the skills you need to succeed in fields like Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Marketing, Web and App Development, and more.

The Udacity mobile experience delivers world-class content, via an innovative platform, with optimal flexibility. This is your future, today.

What's New

Version 5.0.2

This release brings some improvements to text rendering, improves video download quality, and squashes a few bugs. Enjoy!

New as of v5.0:
- New Downloads Page: Manage your offline lessons easily and keep track of what you’ve viewed in the new top-level Downloads page!
- Offline Fixes: We’ve made a number of changes to ensure offline downloads are more robust and dependable. Let us know what you think!
- Catalog Redesign: The catalog page has gone through a big redesign, emphasizing our most popular courses and making it easy to find the right course for you. Note that some users may not see this update quite yet.
- New Digital Marketing Course: Check out a new, interactive preview by enrolling in the Intro to Digital Marketing course - only on mobile!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

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5.7K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

Learn in-demand skills on the go, when it suits you.

Some good free courses. Probably not worth paying for.


Scrolling became very sluggish after video downloads. If these downloads are going to cause a performance problem, limit the downloads. Also it wouldn’t work offline after restarting the app. It required internet access for login credentials even after I had already logged in previously before the restart. Why aren’t these credentials saved locally?

That’s my feedback on the iOS app itself. As for Udacity as a whole, some of the courses are very good and they’re free. Production values are very high: props, cute jokes, well structured. As a result they tend to be a little behind in keeping the courses up to date (date published isn’t shown but I’m guessing they’re a couple years behind on a lot of subjects). Nanodegrees come with a mentorship feature but keep your expectations low. Mentors have only marginally more experience than the students and may be on the other side of the planet, in very different time zones. Useful for working through bugs but not mentorship from an experienced professional. Mentor chat isn’t available in the iOS app either and you won’t get an email notification when you get a message.

No search function?!!!!


In this day'n'age, any app that has ANY sort of content, doesn't matter what it is, and doesn't have a SEARCH FUNCTION -- in case of this app, which is all about content -- search through the course headers, and through the course table of contents and through the course synopsys, the course sources (organizational entities), and the names of presenters -- any and all metadata you have for the audio/video content which are the actual cources -- such app should not pass the elementary Apple's quality control to be available on the App Store.
And the product design and development team who release an app like this, should be seriously thinking about alternative careers, or even retirement, if they don't have as much as an ounce of about for critical thinking to invite a consultant (or even just simply cowd-source) the feedback on the App.
I would be shocked if nobody before me didn't mention this shortcoming.
It makes no difference whether the app and its content is free or not, the minimum acceptable level of UX applies just as well.

Take a hint from the name of your own company and remember that NO knowledge has ever done any good to anybody if it wasn't applied, implemented, put into action or acted on.

Perhaps your existential problem is written into the name of your business -- it's not just "learning" but "learning, growth, and development" ("development") as in '[self-]improvement


Udacity, Inc.
147.2 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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In-App Purchases
  1. Full Stack Developer $999.99
  2. Front-End Web Developer $999.99
  3. Data Scientist Nanodegree $799.99


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