"AppPresser is truly one of the best WordPress services around. Our customers love having a cost-effective way to create and control their very own impressive online course mobile apps, which immediately adds value to their learning programs."
Justin Ferrinman, Founder of LearnDash
Take Your Online Course Mobile
Let your students take your courses in their pockets everywhere they go with a mobile app for iOS and Android.
Add your courses, lessons, topics, quizzes, and all of your LearnDash content. Your students will be able to login, view their lessons, take quizzes, and download course materials. Add your logo and branding, and publish to the app stores under your own account.
Note: you must purchase the LearnDash plugin separately here.
Don't forget, you also get all the other AppPresser features too! Add WordPress posts and pages, BuddyPress community integration, WooCommerce, podcasts and media, and lots more.
How it Works
- Install AppPresser and the AppLMS plugin on your site.
- Add a LearnDash course list block to your app. Everything else happens automatically.
- Add other WordPress pages as desired, and customize.
- Deploy to the app stores.
Can courses be taken 100% offline?
No. Some content can be viewed offline, like downloaded course materials. Other course content is cached offline once it is viewed, but full offline support may come in the future.
If I update course content in WordPress, is it updated in the app?
Yes, any WordPress content that is updated will be reflected in the app once the courses are refreshed.
Can I use my custom theme in the app?
Yes, AppPresser works with any theme. The app has it's own display templates, it does not use your theme at all.
Can I sell courses in the app?
Selling courses or memberships requires in app purchases. You can sell one subscription with some AppPresser plans, selling multiple courses individually requires additional custom development. Contact us for details.
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