Get Smart with Your iPhone

opencultureappDuring the lazy days of summer, we quietly launched a new, free iPhone app. Now summer is fading, people are getting back to work, students back to school, and it’s time to get the word out. This app takes our intelligent media collections and let’s you listen to them on the go. Once you download the app, you can listen to free audio books, university courses, foreign language lessons, science podcasts and other intelligent content on the iPhone.

The app opens all media files 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.

Lastly, let me leave you with some praise that we received today. “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!!!” Does this intrigue you enough to check it out?

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