SplashLearn loved by over 33M kids is now available for Android Devices!
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – April 9, 2020 – Today SplashLearn, the K-5 learning program, announced the release of its program for Android Devices. With availability on Android, one of the most popular smartphone operating systems in the world with over 86.6% share, SplashLearn will be able to reach out to a larger audience and make its learning program available to them.
Featuring SplashLearn’s complete curriculum across math, SplashLearn can now be downloaded on the Google Play Store. With this release for Android, SplashLearn is now fully available across all major mobile devices including on iOS.
“SplashLearn is transforming the way education is imparted and is committed to improving the foundational learning experience for elementary school children,” said Arpit Jain, CEO and co-founder of SplashLearn. “By bringing the personalized learning experience to Android devices, SplashLearn opens up learning avenues to a whole bunch of eager learners worldwide, ensuring accessibility of quality education to them. We also hope that this will help educators who are struggling to teach their students remotely due to the recent school closures.”
Last year, SplashLearn had made its program free for teachers. After teachers create an account for their class, their students can practice their math skills on the program. The teachers can also assign work which the students can access at home. This complements the company’s growing list of offerings and progressive initiatives to provide in-class and at-home support to teachers. This also gives teachers access to the full SplashLearn content library, as well as detailed reports to track students’ individual progress. It empowers teachers to better identify the students’ learning gaps and provides resources to address those gaps.
SplashLearn makes engaging learning experiences to nurture a generation of fearless learners. SplashLearn, formerly Splash Math, is the fastest growing elementary school math program in the U.S., used by over 440,000 teachers in roughly 77,000 schools across the United States. SplashLearn is currently used in 150+ countries and has benefitted more than 33 million kids across the world.