The IXL app is now on iPhone!

August 22, 2018

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At Home, In the Classroom

Learn anytime, anywhere, with IXL for iPhone! Our award-winning mobile app has been carefully adapted for iPhone to create a seamless learning experience no matter where you are. Download it today on the App Store!

Fun, interactive features

IXL for iPhone joins our family of mobile apps that promote engaging, meaningful learning. Grab your phone and explore interactive features like:

 

 

 

  • Handwriting recognition that puts learning right at your fingertips. Enter your answers to math questions by writing on the screen!
  • Engaging question types help you dive into new concepts, interact directly with the content, and immerse yourself in learning.
  • Celebrate achievements with an engaging practice screen, featuring a real-time progress bar that tracks milestones at every step of your learning journey.

 

 

More to love

Don’t have an iPhone? Don’t worry – we’ve also completely optimized the IXL website for use on mobile phones! Just head to www.ixl.com on your phone’s browser and explore the refreshed learning experience.

Or, download IXL’s apps for iPad and Android tablets, which were recently named Best PK-12 Educational App for a Mobile Device by the SIIA CODiE awards for the second year in a row!

The IXL iPhone app is free to download and features 10 practice questions each day for students not subscribed to IXL. Subscribers can log in through the app and practice unlimited questions across all subjects and grade levels. Download today on the App Store!

 

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All Comments (2)

steven October 12, 2018 at 8:40 am

why don’t you go higher than high school?

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The IXL Team October 12, 2018 at 10:13 am

Hi there–We’re glad to hear you’re interested in more IXL content! Our focus is on K-12 learning, which is why IXL’s curriculum doesn’t go beyond high school. But, while we don’t have skills specifically for college level learners, many students find it helpful to work on our upper level skills (such as calculus or 12th grade English) to review or master certain concepts!

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