iTunes U makes the difference (at least, to me) when it comes to choosing a tablet for study purposes. Does it exist a valid Android alternative to Apple's iTunes U?

For those who don't know iTunes U, it is a service that allows students and teachers to manage, browse and view media (such as videos and pdf files) related to education.


There is the Google Play for Education program detailed here and here.


Tunesviewer is an application for Linux or Android that "[allows] access iTunes-University media and podcasts." (From Tunesviewer main page).

You may want to check it out. There is an APK installer to run on Android devices. It's also available from F-Droid.

  • It's in Fdroid repository as well - that may be a better option, as it tells when there are important updates to your apps. – NoBugs Dec 21 '13 at 7:42
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    @NoBugs Indeed it is. Thanks, I've added that to the answer! – dotVezz Dec 21 '13 at 14:44

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