Access Your Eazl Courses on the New Native App for iOS

If you like to take your Eazl courses on an iPad or iPhone, we’re excited to let you know that you can now do it through a brand new native iOS app. Note that this only applies to the courses you’ve enrolled in through Eazl’s online course platform. The app will show up as the “Teachable Online Courses” app in the app store (they’re one of our technology partners).

Once you have the app downloaded, you can log in with your same Eazl login and password that you’re already using. You might like using the app because you can:

  • Stream videos and view handouts/worksheets all while on the go
  • View courses offline after visiting the course once while connected to the Internet through the app
  • Take lecture quizzes from your phone (while online)
  • Pick up where you left off: your course progress is automatically synced between the iPhone app and your web browser
  • Track your progress on a course-by-course basis
  • Listen to audio with your screen turned off or turn off the screen or use other apps while you listen

We’re stoked about this! I hope you enjoy using the app. Here’s the link to download it again.

 

Dilma Rousseff’s Impeachment, Mortal Kombat X, Kim Kardashian and a Dominant App Business Model

In this week’s Brain Boost, first, you’re going to learn a little bit about the struggles in the Brazilian political economy and then about a new dominant mobile app business model.

Dilma Rousseff’s Impeachment
This week, impeachment proceedings began against Dilma Rousseff, who is the sitting president of Brazil and a former member of the Petrobras board of directors. Petrobras is the Brazilian state-owned oil company that has been embattled in a scandal because it turns out that roughly twenty two billion dollars worth of contracts were probably corruptly issued to politicians, friends of politicians, and business people who are comfortable giving bribes. Brazil has been struggling broadly, unemployment is now a five-year high, and GDP is expected to shrink by about 4% this year.

Mortal Kombat X, Kim Kardashian and a Dominant App Business Model
Next let’s look at this new dominant mobile app business model. Mortal Kombat X announced that it is about to release a package of downloadable players that users of the Mortal Kombat game can download for a price. What you’re seeing now is that apps are starting to act as platforms on which the application makers can sell premium content. So, usually, you can offer the app for free or for a low price and then upsell users once they have already started to enjoy the game.

Apps are starting to act as platforms on which the application makers can sell premium content.
Apps are starting to act as platforms on which the application makers can sell premium content.

This is not just a model that works for men. One of the most powerful examples of this model is Kim Kardashian’s game, which generates over $50,000 a day in sales or roughly nineteen million dollars a year, not to mention the boost they give to her brand and her image. You can check out the site thinkgaming.com to see some of these stats for yourself.
As a part of the holiday season, Eazl is offering free access to the first part of our Growth Hacking Master Series, which was recently updated. Or you’re always welcome to send an email to coupons@eazl.co if you would like adiscounted access code for any of Eazl’s courses on Udemy.

Tune in next Friday 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time for another Brain Boost.