Coursera: Top online courses

Coursera: Top online courses

By Coursera

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-12-10
  • Current Version: 2.7.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 109.15 MB
  • Developer: Coursera
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 47,250 Ratings


Learn on the go with Coursera for iOS. Access free and paid courses, Specializations, and degrees developed by experts from Stanford, Penn, Google, Autodesk, and 150+ others. App features: • Access our full catalog: Choose from 2,600+ courses in 11+ topics • Take control of your downtime: Stream video lectures from anywhere, or download them for offline viewing. • Always pick up where you left off: Your course, assignment, and project progress is saved in the app and on the web. • Be part of a community: Connect with a mentor, interact with other learners, or post questions for your instructor. • Learn in dozens of languages: Courses taught in Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian, and more. Subtitles and interactive transcripts help you follow videos. • Earn shareable Certificates: Easily share your achievements with employers, colleagues, and friends. Popular topics: 11+ topics to help you advance your career, get your dream job, master new skills, or explore new hobbies. • Art: Design, Photography, Music, and Creative Writing • Business: Accounting, Marketing and Entrepreneurship • Computer Science: Programming, Mobile and Web Development and Cyber Security • Data Science: Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Statistics, Probability and Data • Personal Development: Leadership, Negotiation and Public Speaking • Sciences: Robotics, Chemistry, Nutrition, and Medicine • ...and hundreds more! Earn a Certificate: Coursera offers affordable learning with free and paid options. Free courses include video lectures and reading materials. Paid courses unlock quizzes and projects that test your skills and award you a Certificate. • Single courses from $29–$99 • Multi-course Specialization subscriptions from $39–$79 per month • Degrees from $15,000–$25,000 Recurring payments for multi-course specializations will occur through your iTunes account and will automatically renew unless you cancel your account at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription. You can manage your subscription, cancel anytime, or turn off auto-renewal by accessing your iTunes account. For the full terms of use, visit



  • Amazing app

    By سـامي عـزام
    The best online platform I have ever seen so far
  • I love Coursera

    By jkd00028
    I've done five or six Coursera courses - several songwriting - and they have all been excellent. Like anything, you get out of it what you put into it, but there is no pressure with Coursera. Do as little as you like or as much as you can. Be prepared for a more enlightening experience than you expected.
  • One of the best ways to learn

    By OgKofB
    Classes are really well done and adapted for desktop or mobile, it is all broken down to small sections so a quick moment of study on the go is made easy
  • Strange UI language :(

    By MichaelFliorko
    I live in Ukraine. I speak Ukrainian. And I never set Russian as my language. Moreover, I configured my Cousera account to English as the main and only user interface language. Why the iOS mobile app automatically uses Russian? And I see no way to change it... And “Feedback” function does not work in the app. When I press “Отправить» (Send) button, nothing happens. The web platform (so the app) are amazingly useful.
  • Lessons

    By mrae2333
    I put 4 out of 5 because I hoped for more ability to dialog with participants concerning the topic of poetry. The discussion section seems to have folks pretty confused. May need less options. The lecture part is great, and the assignments for one’s own practices. If you’re looking for some creative dialog, not so much. I’m only half-way through. So, we see. I have very much enjoyed thinking about the topics the lectures present.
  • Buggy app

    By HarryNoStyles
    It’s unbelievable that a modern day tech company’s iOS app can be so buggy. I guess prof Ng is a great creator, but not a manager. Website is similarly buggy. Course materials are outdated compared to rivals like edX and udacity. RIP Coursera.
  • Subscription Fees

    By Geefter
    Be very wary of subscription based fees via iPhone. I signed up for one class that was a part of a specialization and when I cancelled the single course it did not cancel the entire specialization which automatically billed me. I had no idea I had signed up for a specialization. Additionally, I was able to cancel the one course yet this did not cancel the specialization? Very sneaky deliberate or not. Also, another specialization was somehow restarted - one that I stopped over a year prior. And there is. O way to prove this. Now I’m stuck trying to get refunds and cancel subscriptions via iPhone that Coursera is saying is out of their hands. Rubbish!
  • Good app but need improving

    By Vicky_Liiiiiiiiiii
    The app on my iPhone is much better than the one on my iPad. There are bugs when running on iPad and it freezes sometimes.
  • Cannot download videos for offline mode anymore

    By ProductDude101
    I used to love Coursera until they stopped letting you download videos for offline studying. The download button just rejects you now. What a failure of the app!
  • Gratitude

    By 厚圆