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iProf, India's first mobile e-learning app achieves 1 million downloads

Bangalore, April 14, 2015: iProf India’s first mobile learning market place app has become  the fastest growing education app on the Google play store, achieving  its first 1 million downloads on 125th day since its launch.
iProf - My Study Buddy is a free to download application available on Android platform giving users a range of features like courses from India’s renowned teachers, unlimited practice tests, videos & notes Library, quick discussion board & doubt clearing service.
iProf recently introduced a feature where students can now access the entire course, chapter wise ‘offline’ and view them without an active internet connection anytime and anywhere  at very nominal charges starting from Rs10.
Students can also consult a teacher at any time for doubts and can have a discussion and debates with a single swipe.
The app provides courses from India’s well-known teachers. The app offers choice to students to select and study from various teachers on different selection criteria like course wise, subject wise and even topic wise.
iProf has added another new feature for the students to find the best tutors in their locality according to their preferences and they can get free trial classes.
The courses that are currently offered by the app ranges from school curriculum to test preparation, recruitment exams and many more vocational courses  including IIT JEE,AIPMT, NDA,  Bank PO, PG Medical, CACPT, CTET, KCET,CSAT, Olympiads, C Programming, Life Skills, English Speaking and GK. iProf will soon be adding other important courses like CLAT, GATE, Railway entrance exam, languages and many more in coming weeks making iProf the largest m-learning marketplace.

 




    


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iProf, India's first mobile e-learning app achieves 1 million downloads
by y p keshary on July  25,  2016
  "it is too early to comment.I have just seen it.I will see it soon."