Lynda.com Intros Training View App for iPhone

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Lynda.com released its self-named iPhone and iPod touch app on Friday that lets subscribers watch training videos away from their computer. Lynda.com offers an extensive library of training videos that show how to use design applications, Microsoft Office, developer tools, and more.

The Lynda.com app can stream training videos over Wi-Fi, 3G and EDGE data connections, can search the Lynda.com library, supports Lynda.com accounts so users can see a list of the training videos they have subscribed to, remembers subscriber's activities such as which tutorials have been watched, and more.

The Lynda.com app is free and available at Apple's iTunes-based App Store.

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1 Comments

Vanax

I guess that the company is a profit-based teaching institution and that the author is reflecting the business’s PR effort.

Just for fun, the author should have said that “subscribers have to pay to watch training videos away from their computer for free,” or something like that. *S*

And, because only the streaming app is free, it should be obvious that it would be so, this simply being a good business practice, since few would be enticed to pay for the streaming app up front and then, finding out that it’s useless without an additional outlay of funds, have to also pay for the videos too?

Also, just say, “Lynda.com sells (instead of ‘offers’) an extensive library of training videos….”

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