You can also check out our expanding collection of 200+ playlists — when you finish one, another is instantly queued up for you. Our application is simple to use, with only two screen touches you will be listening to your favorite radio in the country. Here's the full lowdown: - We now natively support the new iPad Pro models. Math and science concepts often are explored, as are the human experience and its many complex emotional states. If you are viewing a list of talks that have been translated, we also now show the related talks in that language when possible.
Here's what's changed since our last release: - The number of search results found will be announced via VoiceOver as you type in the search field. I love the app, love the talks, but am getting quite frustrated with this particular issue. Maybe these videos will inspire you as well as your students and inspire you to create new and innovative lessons and teaching opportunities in the classroom. What else made the cut this release? The app is free and can be downloaded through the App Store in iTunes. Recommended playlists and the option to download any video for offline viewing make the app simple to use, and educators can easily incorporate its content into their lesson plans to add richer context to a wealth of topics. Search by any mood or topic, from tech and science to the surprises of your own psychology. In a funny yet informative manner, Tim Urban explains the brain processes behind this phenomenon, describing what happens to our minds when a rational decision maker gives place to a gratification monkey.
Have to say they slipped down a notch or two. We now support Picture In Picture! The range of subjects and tags is expansive and thought-provoking, and accessibility features such as subtitles are impressively extensive and, for some talks, available in more than 50 languages. And various rough spots were sanded down. From the country transmitting 24 hours, music, sports, news, news and opinion all in your hand with this application. Android is open in so much as the carriers and manufacturers can modify it in ways that can be equally consumer unfriendly as friendly.
We also fixed an issue where you couldn't enable English subtitles in some cases. The little windows appear on the homepage, but when I clicked on any of them, absolutely nothing happened except for the little spinning circle for a few seconds. Here are recommended by young adults to share with students. Please add the ability to share talks with others via the app. There was a limit on the amount of downloads previously, and you may have stumbled across a bug there with it not recognizing that you deleted.
We are back with a few updates we made over the last few weeks. We've included a few additional smaller changes. I played with the few setting offered and still nothing. But with the launch of version 2. However, I would like to be able to save more videos for offline viewing. Scientists, doctors, musicians, teachers, and more share their expertise and experience on a variety of generally compelling subjects. We hope you enjoy the new release.
We introduced a new audio bar last month and are now following that up with a full-screen player! Transcript is an amazing tool to teach non-native English speakers, help deaf people, help student to learn reading faster. Available for Android mobile phones and tablets. After the last few releases, we are excited to have achieved near 100% VoiceOver support in our app. The developers were very happy about this. What I want to use the app for is sending my friends links.
There's not really anything that you'll notice specifically—just random bits of code cleanup and improvements to get us ready for some exciting things we have planned for the new year. If you're a VoiceOver or Switch Control user, please get in touch and let us know how we can continue to improve our support for you! You can view a nice description before you play the video and subtitles are available in over 90 languages. Thank you to our passionate fans and app users for another great year. Especially students, some of whom are motived by it and some of whom struggle because of it. That's not the only change in this release.
Controls will hide when playback is resumed. Beyond audio, we also spent some time capturing a few bugs that escaped our grasp before the last release. Overall, due to the nature of the content, the performance of the app and the ethos behind an institution like Ted, we are giving this a 4 out of 4. Overall, highly recommended and so happy! Until then, we've got a few fixes and updates to follow-up on our account sync release. The Roku streaming player has an impressive variety of channels. .