Open Culture Goes Mobile: Your Feedback Requested

A quick note for our read­ers: This week, we soft launched a new mobile web site for Open Cul­ture – one designed to give our read­ers the abil­i­ty to access Open Cul­ture con­tent with far greater ease on their smart­phones. If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch, Android phone (or any phone with an advanced web brows­er), you should be able to read our posts, watch videos, and lis­ten to audio much more clean­ly, no mat­ter where you are. Sim­ply pick up your phone, vis­it any page on, and you will see what I mean.

This mobile site is still in “beta.” So if you expe­ri­ence any prob­lems, or have any feed­back, please send it our way. We want your input. And, if you don’t pre­fer the mobile site, you can always turn it off. Just scroll to the bot­tom of the mobile page and click “Switch to Stan­dard View.”

Final­ly, as you can imag­ine, this project required some time and expense. If you can com­fort­ably afford it, please con­sid­er mak­ing a dona­tion via Pay­Pal to sup­port this ini­tia­tive and oth­ers like it. And if you can’t swing it, that’s a‑okay. Maybe just tell a friend about the site (or about our Free iPhone app) and oth­er­wise enjoy the ride.

Thanks for any feed­back you might have, and hope you enjoy the mobile ver­sion of Open Cul­ture.

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  • Orlando De Jesus says:

    Absolute­ly a great web­site to launch. Very pro­gres­sive, and I’m sure it’ll be very suc­cess­ful, con­sid­er­ing the future direc­tion of edu­ca­tion. The best of luck to you, but I’m sure you will not need it.

  • Scott Reynolds says:

    I would like to see and ” Open­Cul­ture ” app like Hoopla or Lib­rivox — it would also be super cool is the app could be installed on you Fire Tv

  • Anne Josephine Lynch says:

    I wish to unsub­scribe from your emails but have so far found it impos­si­ble. Please help.

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