The internet has made available an abundance of information on a whole variety of different areas of life. If you want to know more about your health, then you can. If you want to know about advanced weather warnings, then you can. In fact, if you want to know how much solar energy your roof might generate if you made the switch, then you can. It goes without saying that there is pretty much nothing that you cannot find out about thanks to the internet. This includes the more academic areas of life too and learning about specific subjects and topics. If you are someone who wants to improve their knowledge and understanding of a specific field or subject then you can find a variety of resources online to help you do just that.
A prime example of one of those resources is Khan Academy. Their slogan is simple "For free. For everyone. Forever" and offers users a more streamlined way to learn about specific topics with the help of practice experiences and instructional videos and all from one common source. So whatever the topic or subject that you would like to know more about, chances are, Khan Academy can help.
Well, it now looks like the Khan Academy experience is soon to be coming to Android as they have now opened the Android app in Beta form. This means those who want to get the app will have to join the community to do so. Once joined, they will be able to join the beta program as a tester and then download the Beta app. This will allow those interested to get to grips with the app before it becomes publicly available. As usual with this sort of beta program, the developers are asking for feedback on the app so they can iron out any kinks before the full public roll out begins. Either way, if you are interesting in giving Khan Academy on Android in Beta form a try, then you can find out exactly what you need to do and the links to the community by hitting the source link below.