The Great Courses Plus

The Great Courses Plus

By The Great Courses

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2015-10-12
  • Current Version: 3.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 46.43 MB
  • Developer: The Great Courses
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 12,263 Ratings


Over 11,000 college level videos and lectures at your fingertips! Learn from the top college professors in the world. Stream videos to your device, or download and watch them offline! The Great Courses Plus online learning subscription offers access to more than 11,000 educational videos taught by experts in many fascinating and useful fields. With The Great Courses Plus app, subscribers learn everything about anything, from anywhere, with the world’s greatest professors as their instructors. Learn Everything About Anything Use the free The Great Courses Plus app to access more than 11,000 educational videos for streaming online to your iPhone. Learn about science, health & wellness, professional development, and much more. New subjects, lectures, and professors are added each month. Enjoy learning about thousands of topics including travel, photography, and even cooking. You can binge watch college-level courses over a weekend, or take a course a day or a course a week. You choose when and how you learn. Thousands of Topics The Great Courses Plus is the best app to learn about new subjects, or to brush up on your skills in a specific field. Whether you’re a beginner in a subject or advanced, you can find something intriguing to discover by browsing The Great Courses app’s streamable video classes. Learn languages, programming, web development, and other skills – and many subjects just for fun - from the greatest professors in the world. The Greatest Professors in the World Award-winning and brilliant professors from Ivy League colleges and other top schools teach streaming video courses through The Great Courses Plus. Noteworthy instructors share their knowledge of science, business, writing, and more by teaching classes you can view from anywhere with The Great Courses Plus app. Our professors are experts from heralded organizations, including the Smithsonian, National Geographic, The Mayo Clinic, and The Culinary Institute of America. No Homework, No Tests, No Pressure The Great Courses Plus app is the best way to get an education at your own pace. If you love learning then The Great Courses Plus app is for you. This free app lets you explore subject matter you’re interested in without requiring a commitment to attend classes. With the Great Courses Plus app, you learn while commuting, exercising, or just enjoying down time at home. Download The Great Courses Plus app today! Subscription Details The Great Courses Plus offers Monthly and Annual Subscriptions. A Free Trial is available. Payment Details: - Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless you cancel at least 24 hours before the end of the current period - Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period - Subscriptions may be managed or cancelled by accessing your iTunes account - If you cancel during a free trial period, you will have access until the end of the trial period. Get to Know Us: Privacy Policy: Terms of Service:



  • Best idea ever priceless

    Just what I needed. Better than TV
  • Great courses plus an educational bonanza

    By rjamd
    The variety of courses available and the quality are superior. I have enjoyed everyone and learned so much. Only wish I had the time to sample all of them
  • Good app

    By AgentTony
    Only one problem. This and all the other apps don’t think I have a watchlist most of the time.
  • Ideology Free Education - Refreshing - Astounding

    By Meazles & Beazles
    On a whim I tried “The Great Courses” threw the new RoKu TV we purchased. I have learned so much about who I am as a person, my place in history and the history of civilization that I am stunned. The sciences, our universe, the human brain I could keep going. There are so many quality courses to choose from. I intend to master them all. The lecturers are gifted award winning speakers - they are the cream of the crop in their respective disciplines and you can tell that because they articulate so well in a layman’s terms complex concepts especially in the sciences. They definitely are not boring speakers and their sense of humor will keep you glued to your seat with the wealth of information flowing from their style of lectures. This will be a lifetime commitment of learning for me. No political agenda just excellent scholarship of knowledge given as a gift back to you form very talented teachers. It’s the way college should be. So in a way “The Great Courses” is the lost art of teaching revived that will literally bless your socks off no matter what interests you. One more thing. The various courses so compliment each other you really will get a very rich well rounded education if your hungry for knowledge that’s PURE Learning with no political leanings. That is incredible in this politically motivated US culture. Well, after reading my review I’m sure some will think I’m a simple Dotard! Stay tuned! Not for long!
  • The Best Gift

    By Harvard hillbilly
    As a lover of the Great Courses for many years, my wife gave me the Great Courses Plus as a Christmas gift and it has proven to be the best gift one could ever imagine! What other gift could give you a chance to listen to the brilliance of Daniel Robinson or Rufus Fears any time you have a free moment? What other gift avails the treasures of the world’s greatest museums, the insights of quantum physics, and vistas from continents and cultures you would otherwise never see? Plus has given me Mozart, Botticelli, Einstein, and Gandhi, right on my iPhone. I’ve watched Sam Wang probe the mysteries of neuroscience and Charlie Kimball throw open the secrets of the great World Religions. Ethics, epistemology, political science, psychology, and esthetics have been examined by the great thinkers from Socrates, Plato and Aristotle to Descartes, Darwin and Jung and I witnessed their truths from the comforts of my favorite chair while sipping coffee as my cat slept on my lap. I have sensed the pain of Lincoln trying to save the Union, the struggles of King striving toward freedom, and the courage of small farmers facing foreclosure in one of the wealthiest nations in the world. To say these are inspiring, is akin to calling Hiroshima a minor skirmish! The Great Courses Plus is the best gift I have ever received, with the single exception of my wife!
  • College lectures in my family room!

    By Leisure Learner
    An occasional purchaser of Great Courses over the last 20 years I am won over by the Great Courses Plus! For $15 a month I can renew acquaintance with my college favorites or learn new subjects like Mindfulness in my family room, in my car or on my patio! I can synchronize the lectures on as many as four devices - my phone, my tv and my Kindle. You may stream or download, listen or view! This is high level college courses alongside cooking techniques and health information - this is for anyone who, like me, who enjoys learning and thinking!
  • Best on “enterlearning”

    By Orlando I.
    If you love learning and watching new and interesting programming, don’t wait for the History Channel or National Geographic to fulfill those needs. With the Great Courses you get factual information, experienced professors and engaging videography to keep you entertained and learning for weeks. If they had a life-time membership, I would want to be first in line.
  • Great Content, Horrible App

    By Sanngar
    The TVos app is incredibly slow. Each version of the app keeps getting worse. The content is fantastic, though.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    By Dr Sonny.
    One way to improve your mental health as well as helping those who struggle s with mood stability.
  • Excellent content. Poorly designed app.

    By Mts0987654
    The content in the app is fantastic and worth the subscription price. It even makes the app’s design flaws tolerable. But the flaws are obvious and increasingly annoying. This app is not designed with usability in mind. The home screen has 22 categories. They are mostly categories like “Great How-tos” or “Employee Favorites”. Why on earth is “In My Watchlist” not one of those? Why would they make it harder to watch the next lecture in a course I’m in the middle of than to start some randomly suggested new course? Why bury courses I’ve already said I’m interested in behind three clicks of navigation? They recently added “Continue Watching” to the home screen, but it’s comically badly implemented. Say you are half way through a lecture. It will be on the Continue Watching list. OK, great. You then click it and finish the lecture. After it’s done, you return to the home screen. What would you expect that course’s “continue” to be now? The next lecture, right? Well, no, it’s still the lecture you just watched, half way through. I guess they think if a lecture is good, it’s good enough to be watched again. And in this day and age, why don’t they support profiles? Everybody in my family enjoys the courses, but we don’t have the same interests. My wife and son have their tastes, I have mine. Let us each have our own watchlists. These aren’t revolutionary ideas. Just look at Netflix or Hulu and follow their lead.