The global e-learning apps market has witnessed impressive growth in the past few years due to surge in utilization of e-learning in education sector. Factors such as increased government and institution expenditure on e-learning programs, growing adoption of e-learning in various markets, tools that support e-learning are contributing to the growth of the market.
Emergence of pandemics such as COVID-19 has led educational institutions to adopt online E-Learning mobile apps platforms. Also, this provides an effective online or digital learning experience with E-learning App solutions. Also, customers are inclined towards mobile app learning as this is very beneficial for and also it helps in improving their academic progress.
Many of the E-learning app companies have been focusing on new technologies to maintain their market share in the market. For instance, In May 2022, Coursera Inc. launched Clips, a collection of bit-size, 5-10 minute videos and tutorials offer employee-job relevant skills on various themes such as technology, data, leadership, and human attributes.
We have listed top 5 E-learning apps below:
- Coursera: Coursera was established in 2012, founded by Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller. Their goal is to offer life-transforming learning experiences to learners across the globe. Coursera has partnered with more than 200 leading universities and companies to bring affordable, flexible, job-relevant online learning websitesto people and organizations globally. They also give a range of learning opportunities like hands-on projects, courses to job-ready certificates, degree programs, and many more.
- Skillshare: Michael Karnjanaprakorn and Malcom Ong established Skillshare in 2010. Company has more than 12 million registered users and it is less formal in comparison to other online platforms that provide college-style classes. Majority of the courses are focusing on creative fields such as photography, visual arts, animation, interior design, and many more. Skill share’s prime goal is to teach practical skills that learn can use to create their projects. Also, they have a subscription model and learners who sign-up can take up as many courses they want.
- Masterclass – In 2014, Masterclass was established by David Rogier Aaron Rasmussen. This platform not only offers creative courses but it also includes courses curated by (A-list) actors, artists, musicians and others. This mostly includes around 30-40 lessons. These courses are video-based and includes practical advice and demonstrations mixed in with brief lectures, workbooks, class discussion. This has a subcription-based model that allows students to take sessions as they want within a month.
- EdX – EdX was established in 2012 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University. Getting high-quality education is a privilege for many. Founders of EdX wanted to bring a groundbreaking shift in learning. By opening the classroom through online learning, edX helps millions of students to unlock their potential and become changemakers. They want to improve teaching and learning online & on campus. Also, EdX offers 3000+ courses and so far, they have 35 million users. Besides this, 35 million users, and around 1.4 Mn verified certificates.
- Udemy is a portal that offers access to over 100,000 courses on every topic. Users of this platform can access lessons on various technical skills such as IT, business skills, UI/UX, programming and many more. Users can also learn other curricular activities such as music, different languages, fitness courses. Moreover, Udemy offers multiple formats for courses. Also, this enables teachers to design multimedia lectures with many elements such as video, audio, readings, quizzes, and other different activities. Another benefit is that it allows learners to preview classes and if they are not interested, Udemy offers a 30-day refund.