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I “downloaded” a few courses for an upcoming flight and weekend trip on my ipad and (phone as a backup). I discovered during my flight that the ipad didn’t actually get the courses downloaded like it claimed it did. Ended up struggling watching coding lectures on a phone screen. Arrived at my destination with some WiFi and discovered that the ipad app is completely busted:

- It won’t show me any of my courses in the list view, no matter the filter.
- I tried to delete the courses and in the settings view they appear to be gone, but when I search for a class (since the list view doesn’t display anything) they have the orange icon and the presentation mode hangs in limbo. Won’t play the video and eventually crashes.
- force quitting the app doesn’t affect it.
- doesn’t appear that the ipad app will download anything in the background. I have to disable auto lock on the screen and let it sit with the app in the foreground to maybe get something downloaded.
- other minor UI glitches, UI responsiveness issues and crashes (mostly related to file I/O) all on iPad.
- since this is a universal app, I would guess that these issues might be on the iPhone as well, but so far they have no shown themselves. So YMMV.

I love udemy’s course content and getting classes on sale is always a good deal, but the ipad app seems completely broken and has caused me some mild, but justified rage.
IPad Air 1g and iPhone 7+

Developer Response

Hello, Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback and suggestion. This suggestion has been logged, and we are tracking these requests to improve Udemy for everyone. Please note that while we are keeping track of these requests, they may not become a reality as soon as we'd like due to limited engineering resources. That said, we would be happy to let you know if this becomes available in the future.

Thanks for your patience and understanding. I'd be happy to help if you have any other questions or concerns.

“Downloaded” Content Issues


I use the Udemy App on my iPad, and as far as the general use, interface, and all that goes, no complaints. The problem comes when I’m trying to watch “downloaded” coarse content. I like to download the coarse content so I can access it when I’m away from WiFi, like at the gym, on a flight, or wherever. So, I’ll download the coarse content when I’m connected to WiFi, and it shows that everything has downloaded, but then when I go to play it back, I just get the endless spin wheel, like the video is loading, but it never loads.
Isn’t that the point of downloading? “pre-load” it in there so it doesn’t have to load? So, that’s my complaint with this app. The download feature does not seem to work correctly. It shows that content has downloaded, but then in trying to access that content, or play it back, it seems that it has Not downloaded. Please address this issue?

Developer Response

Hi there, regarding this issue, some users have been reporting some similar behavior and we have performed various tests with similar device environment here, however, we were unable to reproduce that issue, as a result, we may not be sure where the cause of the problem comes from. We believe that the behavior might be different on different devices but we understand that it is happening on your end so we have reported this issue to our mobile engineering team so that they can carry out further investigation.

In the meantime, we would also suggest you keep an eye on the app update in the future. Our mobile team is working actively on improving the mobile learning experience for everyone, and hopefully, a future upgrade of the app will fix this inconvenience. Again, we sincerely apologize for the trouble and thank you for your patience.


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Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
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