As all the educational institutes are closed including schools and colleges, due to the outbreak of COVID-19, all the education has shifted to online learning. The ed-tech firms are growing at a rapid pace in India.
One of the country’s leading ed-tech firm iDream Education has launched the iDream Learning App, a free app that offers in-home digital learning to students for all subjects and all classes from 1st to 12th.
The app offers rich additional content like practice questions with feedback, including animated video lessons in all subjects.
The learning app has been specially designed to equally serve English medium learners and the govt school students/rural learners as per their language preference, in their homes on any affordable android phone.
On the launch, Puneet Goyal Director at iDream Education said, “ We have been working exclusively on tablet-based Smart ICT Labs and digital content in schools and social sector for the past few years with a vision to empower our schools & students with growth-oriented digital learning. Therefore as soon as the lockdown was enforced by the Coronavirus Pandemic, we started working on the iDream Learning App to ensure that the best of digital learning content can freely reach every student in these times. An easy to use, free mobile app, which any child can use to access digital content in their preferred language and as per their board.”
The app offers enjoyable digital content for all classes from 1st to 12th and in all major subjects including Math, EVS, Science, Social Sciences, Commerce, Computers and English.
Rohit Prakash, the other co-founder at iDream Education said, “A great value & differentiator of the iDream Learning App is that it is comprehensive and integrates different types of content including Animated Video Lessons, Practice Questions & Tests, Project making videos, videos on life skills and a rich digital book library in a single view to the students.“
It currently has complete content in English & Hindi medium, and also offers content in several local languages including Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Bengali aligned as per the state boards.