The Open Culture iPhone App

A quick heads up. We've now started rolling out our new iPhone app. It will let you listen to audiobooks, university courses, foreign language lessons, and other intelligent content on the iPhone. The app is free. And so is the content. So there's nothing to lose by checking it out.

We've designed it so that all media files open in native iPhone software — iTunes, Safari, the YouTube player, etc. You will need wi-fi (Apple says so) to download the content. This app, which was very generously developed by Fred Hsu, is a work in progress. Don't hesitate to give us feedback. And, if you don't mind, please leave a nice review/rating in the App Store and spread the word. Get it here.


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  • joe says:

    great app! had not heard of your site before, but saw a recommendation for the app on a blog and installed it, love it, you are doing great work!

  • Stan Scott says:

    Thanks for this! I love your site, and the iPhone app makes it even more accessible. Kudos to you and your developers!

  • michelle says:

    can you also do the same for the Ovi app store which is the nokia version of itunes thanks :o)

  • Reese Nottingham says:

    I love this application. Been using it a lot for the Biology – Human Anatomy Courses available. Thank you so much for developing this app. Absolutely Brilliant!!!

  • name says:

    is the open culture app released as open source? where is the website for the code project?

  • TravisN says:

    Huge thanks for this great application. I have found it only now, but it doesn't matter because it will be really useful for me. Now I will be able to listen various audio books and courses everywhere. I spend the biggest part of my life outside so it will really help me. Thanks one more time and I will be waiting for other great announcements from you.

    Sincerely,

    Chris Tucker from iphone development

  • TravisN says:

    Huge thanks for this great application. I have found it only now, but it doesn’t matter because it will be really useful for me. Now I will be able to listen various audio books and courses everywhere. I spend the biggest part of my life outside so it will really help me. Thanks one more time and I will be waiting for other great announcements from you.

    Sincerely,

    Chris Tucker from iphone development

  • Brian says:

    There are several iPhone Apps available online according to people taste and used. I will surely check it also. Thanks

    There are several iPhone Apps available online according to people taste and used. I will surely check it also. Thanks

  • James Smith says:

    iPhone Apps are really getting popular amongst people and developers are now also focusing to developed quality iPhone Apps. These collection is really good. Thanks for sharing

    Williams from iPhone Application Developer

  • I`ve just found your wonderful portal and liked it very much. A lot of useful information for me here. And that`s really cool that you`ve developed an iphone app. I`ll be glad to follow your news both here and via iPhone.

  • P M says:

    Is there going to be a blackberry app as well?

  • jazz says:

    I am big fan of iphone applications where every time they are coming with some new development.I am using iTunes where i can listen songs at best sound quality.I always checked the apple website for many iphone applications.Their one new feature where Google mobile app update to support
    Google this feature available in Android.
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  • Allie says:

    I know this is a very old post, but I wanted to thank you for providing the free Open Culture iPhone App. I am learning french and this application would be very very useful for me. Thanks & Regards, Allie @ iPhone Development

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  • Roman Balick says:

    that is a great improvement in our life.

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  • Lucy says:

    Ah, another blog post for the cool kids with iPhones. Does anyone ever write about apps for the many users of Palm, Blackberry, and Droid smart phones? It would certainly be nice to see that for a change.remove drm

  • arysroy says:

    It was a very nice idea! Just wanna say thank you for the selective information you have distributed. Just continue publishing this kind of post. I will be your hardcore reader. how to convert mp4 to dvd.

  • john33 says:

    My open culture app will not open even when I am in a hot spot. Any thoughts?

  • Peter Sakis says:

    Hello to everyone , it seems that when I go to the app store to locate the app open culture it doesn’t seem to give me anything !!

  • unlockiphone says:

    This is interesting. And I am so amazed with the improvement! I wonder what the other brands will do after this.

  • madz_arroyo says:

    I love your site, and i would really love to get this app on my iphone, however the App Store is giving me the-“It’s not available in the Philippine Store”-crap. :(

  • Peter says:

    Man, how did I not know about this site until now? This is by far the place to be on the web. Amazing work!

    When is the app coming back to Apple?

  • iPhone App Development says:

    Creating the first app can be a challenging and an equally exciting experience. I really love to use your app.

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