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GMAT Prep Android App

Not sure if you heard but we recently released a Android app for the GRE. Well, we didn’t want to leave our GMAT studiers behind, so I’m proud to announce our Android app for GMAT prep!

How does the Android app work?

First off, it’s free to download. That’s right. FREE! If you already have a Magoosh Premium account, you can log in and access all of the video lessons by clicking “Sign In” and entering your Magoosh credentials. Even if you don’t have an account, you can still download the app and “Continue without an account”. You’ll get access to a sample of video lessons. However to get full access, you’ll need to purchase a Premium account.

Magoosh GMAT Android App

After you sign in (or continue without an account), you’ll see a list of video lessons, the math ones. Tap on Verbal or Writing to switch to a different subject area. Overall, we have 200+ videos! And when you are logged in the app will sync with your regular account, so we’ll remember which videos you have already watched.

Magoosh GMAT Math List - Android App

To load a video just tap on it. Use wi-fi if you can (for better performance) but 3G will work too.

To download the app, go to the Android marketplace (aka Google Play) and searching for “Magoosh GMAT” or click here.

What about an app for iPhone users?

Update 7/19/12: It’s now available! You can read more about it here.


Leave feedback the comments section below. I’ll respond to every comment 🙂 And we’ll use the comments to help us improve the app.

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8 Responses to GMAT Prep Android App

  1. Srilakshmi July 19, 2012 at 6:03 am #

    Hi Bhavin, I can see from your post that there will be a Magoosh app for iPhone / iPad users in May.
    Any updates on that front ??? Reason for my question is that am an iPhone / iPad user.
    Thank you


  2. Howard July 11, 2012 at 12:26 pm #

    I actually tried the mobile app before i signed up on the website for the premium accounts. its super excellent and simple to use! would hope you can program a scheduler for 1 month courses so that we know what order to watch the videos in. some reminders would be great too to keep us on pace with the schedule!

    • Margarette Jung
      Margarette July 11, 2012 at 1:02 pm #

      Hi, Howard

      Awesome, we’re glad you like it! We’re trying to keep the app pretty simple for now, but we’ll definitely keep your suggestions in mind as we work on making it better. Thank you for the feedback– let us know if you have any other features you’d like to see, or have any other questions, and I’d be happy to help! 🙂


  3. KJ May 30, 2012 at 5:18 pm #

    You guys are just amazing!! love the app. keep up the good work and we’ll spread the word.

    • Bhavin Parikh
      Bhavin May 30, 2012 at 5:35 pm #

      Thanks! Would love it if you could rate the app in the store! 🙂

  4. N May 3, 2012 at 8:22 am #

    Ah, this is brilliant. Just had a quick look to see what’s on there. It’s very convenient to have videos to watch on-the-go! One thing I can think of is to integrate your suggested schedules with the app. So, if the user wants to follow the one month or the three month schedule, save that info and start having notifications each morning or evening (maybe any time defined by user. maybe even a weekly rather than a daily reminder for the weekly plans you have) reminding them to watch whichever magoosh videos they’re supposed to finish for the day according to their chosen schedule. And of course, have the schedule available in the app so that we can quickly see what recommended topics in other study materials should be covered for the day.

    Also, having even a fraction of the practise questions available on the phone would be fantastic! Even if not the full-fledged practise options and formats, just having some questions handy would be good to squeeze in while on the daily commute.

    One other thing, a nice-to-have, would be remembering the time at which the video is paused when exiting to the menu or when minimising the app but this isn’t very crucial as I could jump around within the video rather smoothly once it had loaded and it’s good that it opened to the video I was watching before minimising when I switched back to the app.

    • Bhavin Parikh
      Bhavin May 3, 2012 at 11:52 am #


      Thanks for the great feedback! We’re in the process of collecting feedback from all of our students and will determine which features to build out next. However, our core focus for the next few months is to improve on the web product – we have some great additions coming soon!

      One favor: would you mind rating the app in the Google store. Just search for it again, click on it, and scroll down to rate it. And be honest 🙂 I’d really appreciate it.


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