It’s a free app for Android users, and it claims to make it easy to learn anything from coding to photography and more.
It has a simple interface that lets users select and play with any video or audio file, while it will also automatically create and upload a whitebox learning session for them, if they so choose.
For $4.99, users can access up to 30 lessons, and they can also upload up to 10 audio files for playback.
Whitebox Learning has launched in the UK and in the US in April, and its only available for Android.
It’s been downloaded more than 1.6 million times and the developer says it has received more than $4,000 in donations so far.
‘It’s a great way to learn’ While the app doesn’t offer a full-time teaching experience, the developers say it does offer the option of teaching via a whiteboard, video chat or even a camera app.
One of its best features is that it is free to download, and you can use it to learn as many videos and audio files as you like, according to the developer.
If you need more, it has also partnered with the likes of Spotify and YouTube to stream videos and videos of their lessons to its users.
What’s next for whitebox?
It’s not the first whitebox app to make the leap to the cloud, with others already being released.
The app already lets you play music from any music library, while other features include being able to play videos and podcasts from your phone, and being able share whitebox recordings with your friends.
While it’s free, it’s currently available only in the United States and Europe.