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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