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Description

Feed your curiosity and expand your world with TED Talks.

Explore more than 3,000 free videos and learn from the world's most remarkable people. Search by any mood or topic, from tech and science to the surprises of your own psychology.

Features on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch:
・Browse the TED Talks video library, with subtitles in over 100 languages
・Discover inspiring, funny, or jaw-dropping talks and curated playlists
・Sign in to your TED profile to sync saved talks across devices
・Play videos on your device or send to your home entertainment system via AirPlay or Chromecast
・Let us build you a custom playlist - tailored to fit your ideal timeframe
・Download talks to watch offline
・Bookmark talks to watch later

Download the TED app to stay curious, informed, and inspired.

 Free in iOS App Store

Screenshots

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Version History

Launched Oct 14, 2010 (over 8 years ago).

Releasing new versions every about 1 month, on average.

Jun 17
2019
(Current)
Version 5.7.5

Hello from TED HQ! This release brings even more improvements to your video experience in the TED app.

- We made a few improvements to how our video playback controls hide after a period of time. If you tap on a the fast-forward or rewind button, we now reset the hide timer instead of hiding the controls instantly.
- Startup times for a playlist of talks should be a bit faster than before. We're now deferring some work until you start playing a talk.
- If you are streaming to your TV, the double-tap gesture in the video player is now disabled.
- Speaking of streaming, we improved the user interface for streaming. Bugs were fixed. UIs were polished. Many TED talks were watched in the name of debugging.
- If you are as pedantic as your humble release notes narrator, you probably noticed that little stutter that would happen when our video playback controls disappeared. Reader, I bring good news. That stutter is no more!
- Our video player once again adds a poster image to Control Center. We also improved seeking in Control Center.
- For the programmers out there: we fixed a crash that could occur when a CMTime value would return NaN instead of a valid time.
- A few missing VoiceOver labels have been added to the video player.
- There was a potential crash that could occur for our signed in users. There is no longer a potential crash that could occur for our signed in users.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

May 01
2019
Version 5.7.4

Hello, release notes readers! This is a small update based on feedback we've received in the last few weeks.

- If you tried to get a list of talks translated into your preferred language, it would sometimes return zero talks errantly. No mas!
- We slowed down our phones to 1998 era speeds and started playing videos. This uncovered a few rough edges that we went ahead and sanded down. We hear you! More to come.
- Our trusty developer is hard at work on some new features and did a bit of tidying around the project. Marie Kondo would be so proud.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Apr 28
2019
Version 5.7.3

Hello, release notes readers! This is a small update based on feedback we've received in the last few weeks.

- If you tried to get a list of talks translated into your preferred language, it would sometimes return zero talks errantly. No mas!
- We slowed down our phones to 1998 era speeds and started playing videos. This uncovered a few rough edges that we went ahead and sanded down. We hear you! More to come.
- Our trusty developer is hard at work on some new features and did a bit of tidying around the project. Marie Kondo would be so proud.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Apr 11
2019
Version 5.7.1

It's almost time for TED 2019! TED HQ is bustling with activity (some may call it 'organized chaos') as we put the finishing touches on what looks to be another stellar conference. To support all the new content we plan to share with you from TED 2019, we've got a great new iOS release.

One of our biggest requests has been improving our download support. We heard you, and this release does just that! We not only made the actual download and playback process more reliable, but we also looked at the download user experience and tried to make it easier to work with. Whether you are watching TED talks on a plane with no WiFi or listening to them on the subway, we hope your _offline_ TED experience is as good as your online one.

Here's the full list of what's improved in this release.

- Downloading your favorite TED talks now goes through our new download and offline playback functionality.
- You can now remove a completed download from the talk or playlist info screens. I can't believe we didn't support that either.
- If a download fails, we now offer you the option to retry it.
- Downloads now include any available audio track, the English subtitles, and your preferred subtitle language.
- You can now cancel an active download. I can't believe we didn't support that either. We do now!
- Audio downloads do a better job of using any partial download data that is available when trying to restart if the app was killed in the background.
- If you decide you want to allow downloads over your cellular connection, we now do a better job of restarting the download so that you can get your content.
- If you have one of those fancy new AirPlay TVs, you're in luck! Downloaded talks are now able to be streamed over AirPlay.
- Our app's new years resolution was to lose a few pounds, so we fixed a few memory leaks here and there.
- If you changed your subtitle language while playing a talk and then tried to restart the talk, we would crash. Not anymore. That's fixed too.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Apr 08
2019
Version 5.7

It's almost time for TED 2019! TED HQ is bustling with activity (some may call it 'organized chaos') as we put the finishing touches on what looks to be another stellar conference. To support all the new content we plan to share with you from TED 2019, we've got a great new iOS release.

One of our biggest requests has been improving our download support. We heard you, and this release does just that! We not only made the actual download and playback process more reliable, but we also looked at the download user experience and tried to make it easier to work with. Whether you are watching TED talks on a plane with no WiFi or listening to them on the subway, we hope your _offline_ TED experience is as good as your online one.

Here's the full list of what's improved in this release.

- Downloading your favorite TED talks now goes through our new download and offline playback functionality.
- You can now remove a completed download from the talk or playlist info screens. I can't believe we didn't support that either.
- If a download fails, we now offer you the option to retry it.
- Downloads now include any available audio track, the English subtitles, and your preferred subtitle language.
- You can now cancel an active download. I can't believe we didn't support that either. We do now!
- Audio downloads do a better job of using any partial download data that is available when trying to restart if the app was killed in the background.
- If you decide you want to allow downloads over your cellular connection, we now do a better job of restarting the download so that you can get your content.
- If you have one of those fancy new AirPlay TVs, you're in luck! Downloaded talks are now able to be streamed over AirPlay.
- Our app's new years resolution was to lose a few pounds, so we fixed a few memory leaks here and there.
- If you changed your subtitle language while playing a talk and then tried to restart the talk, we would crash. Not anymore. That's fixed too.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Feb 16
2019
Version 5.6.1

We received a few reports from you about our push notifications not opening to the talk you were expecting, so we wanted to get a fix out for that. Our iOS developer (who is also writing these release notes) is very sorry about that bug.

Here's the full list of what's improved in this release.

* We fixed a few scenarios where tapping the "Open" link at the top of a TED.com talk page on your iOS device wouldn't open to that content in our app.
* We are trying to be smarter about removing push notifications from your lock screen. If you tap on a message, it is removed but any other messages from us should be kept around in case you're using the lock screen as a mini-bookmarking system.
* There was a crash on launch that was affecting some users. We were trying to load the app's interface in the background.
* We fixed a crash that could happen in the video player when trying to update its internal state.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Feb 02
2019
Version 5.6.0

This release of TED is focused on improving the suggested talks we show under each talk. These suggestions are now curated by our editorial team, so they are more relevant and regularly updated. If you are viewing a list of talks that have been translated, we also now show the related talks in that language when possible.

We've included a few additional smaller changes.

- Have a keyboard connected to your iPad? You can now press the space bar to switch between playing and pausing your current video. The left and right arrow keys will also rewind and fast-forward, respectively.
- If you are using a right-to-left language, our playback controls should be laid out on screen how you'd expect them now.
- The elapsed and total playback time for the content you are watching or listening to is now formatted based on your device's region settings.
- Tapping on "Privacy Policy" in settings wouldn't actually take you to our privacy policy. That wasn't the type of privacy we were going for, so we fixed that.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Dec 18
2018
Version 5.5.1

We hope you have a great holiday and a happy new year. See you in 2019.

Dec 08
2018
Version 5.5

We are nearing the end of our year here at TED HQ and are putting some work into cleaning up some internals of our app. There's not too many user facing changes in this release. The biggest thing you will notice is that we updated the corners of our poster images to be rounded. Designers everywhere rejoiced! Beyond that, there's a host of small changes internally to improve app stability, performance, and get the TED app ready for an exciting 2019.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Nov 17
2018
Version 5.4.3

This release of the TED app is focused on stability and adding support for the new iPad Pro. Here's the full lowdown:
- We now natively support the new iPad Pro models.
- There were a few rendering issues with our new audio player, so we rendered them obsolete!
- The audio player now properly formats the time remaining and elapsed based on your current location.
- We now do a better job of cleaning up after ourselves when you switch subtitle languages.
- There was a comical amount of spacing between action buttons on the content detail screens. Our designers didn't see the humor though, so we fixed it.
- The list of subtitle languages under Settings is now alphabetized by your current location.
- We fixed a few different crashes you reported on iOS 12. If you're still seeing issues, please contact us!

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Nov 16
2018
Version 5.4.2

This release of the TED app is focused on stability and adding support for the new iPad Pro. Here's the full lowdown:

- We now natively support the new iPad Pro models.
- There were a few rendering issues with our new audio player, so we rendered them obsolete!
- The audio player now properly formats the time remaining and elapsed based on your current location.
- We now do a better job of cleaning up after ourselves when you switch subtitle languages.
- There was a comical amount of spacing between action buttons on the content detail screens. Our designers didn't see the humor though, so we fixed it.
- The list of subtitle languages under Settings is now alphabetized by your current location.
- We fixed a few different crashes you reported on iOS 12. If you're still seeing issues, please contact us!

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Nov 12
2018
Version 5.4

This release of the TED app is focused on stability and adding support for the new iPad Pro. Here's the full lowdown:

- We now natively support the new iPad Pro models.
- There were a few rendering issues with our new audio player, so we rendered them obsolete!
- The audio player now properly formats the time remaining and elapsed based on your current location.
- We now do a better job of cleaning up after ourselves when you switch subtitle languages.
- There was a comical amount of spacing between action buttons on the content detail screens. Our designers didn't see the humor though, so we fixed it.
- The list of subtitle languages under Settings is now alphabetized by your current location.
- We fixed a few different crashes you reported on iOS 12. If you're still seeing issues, please contact us!

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Oct 22
2018
Version 5.3

Fall is in full swing at TED HQ and we've been busy sipping our Pumpkin Spice Lattes and working on improving our in-app audio experience. We introduced a new audio bar last month and are now following that up with a full-screen player!

When you are listening to a talk in the audio player just tap or drag on the audio player to show the full-screen player. The full-screen player includes all the playback controls you've come to expect and also makes it easy to add a talk to your favorites list. We'd love to hear what you think and how we can continue to improve your audio listening experience.

What else made the cut this release?

- We heard your feedback! You can now double-tap the screen while watching video to make the content fill the entire screen.
- When you use our search feature, we now put Topics at the top of the list of results.
- We made a few improvements to our Handoff and Spotlight search integration.
- We fixed a crash on launch that was affecting a few users. If you are still seeing this after updating, please email us!
- We updated to Swift 4.2. The developers were very happy about this.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Oct 06
2018
Version 5.2.2

This release is a small update that fixes a few reported crashes that could happen when the app was in the background. We also fixed an issue where you couldn't enable English subtitles in some cases. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Oct 05
2018
Version 5.2.1

This release is a small update that fixes a few reported crashes that could happen when the app was in the background. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Sep 20
2018
Version 5.2.0

The TED app is ready for iOS 12! We're just as excited the release as you are and have made sure that our app runs at its best on Apple's latest offerings.

In addition to the iOS 12 fixes, we have tried to focus on sanding down some rough edges around the app so that we offer the best TED viewing experience we can.

- We've moved our settings for adjusting your download preferences and subtitle language in-app. You can find it under the My TED tab.
- We added a feedback screen under our new Settings screen as well so its even easier to get in touch with us. You're still welcomed to email us if you prefer, of course!
- When tapping on an action button on our playlist or talk screens we added a highlighted state so it's more intuitive.
- There's now an animation that occurs when adding an item to your watch list or favorites to give a bit more visual context.
- We added a parallax effect to our playlist and talk screens when you are scrolling. Why? It just feels nicer.
- We fixed a few potential crashes that could occur when the app was entering the background.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Jul 25
2018
Version 5.1.1

Thank you to everyone that has sent in feedback on our visual refresh over the last few weeks. We've been hard at work since then and are excited to debut another improvement to the TED app: an all new audio experience!

The new TED audio player makes it easy to listen to your favorite talks on the go. We've not only given the player a much needed visual refresh, but also focused our attention on improving playback. Our developers claimed to have listened to Stephen Webb's talk on aliens "dozens of times" during testing to ensure that taking TED with you wherever you go is as seamless as ever.

Beyond audio, we also spent some time capturing a few bugs that escaped our grasp before the last release. Crashes were resolved. Alignments were tweaked. And various rough spots were sanded down.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Jul 25
2018
Version 5.1

Thank you to everyone that has sent in feedback on our visual refresh over the last few weeks. We've been hard at work since then and are excited to debut another improvement to the TED app: an all new audio experience!

The new TED audio player makes it easy to listen to your favorite talks on the go. We've not only given the player a much needed visual refresh, but also focused our attention on improving playback. Our developers claimed to have listened to Stephen Webb's talk on aliens "dozens of times" during testing to ensure that taking TED with you wherever you go is as seamless as ever.

Beyond audio, we also spent some time capturing a few bugs that escaped our grasp before the last release. Crashes were resolved. Alignments were tweaked. And various rough spots were sanded down.

We hope you enjoy the new release. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Jun 28
2018
Version 5.0.1

We are very excited to share the all new TED for iOS! We have spent the last several months refreshing the look and feel of our app to offer you the best TED experience possible. Each screen in the app has been updated to not only be more visually pleasing, but also more readable.
The biggest change you'll notice is our reimagined Discover section that makes it easier to find interesting TED talks and playlists on topics that are of most interest to you. Language learners rejoice! Our new "All Languages" view allows you to see a list of talks subtitled in your language of choice and enables those subtitles by default during playback.

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Jun 25
2018
Version 5.0

We are very excited to share the all new TED for iOS! We have spent the last several months refreshing the look and feel of our app to offer you the best TED experience possible. Each screen in the app has been updated to not only be more visually pleasing, but also more readable.

The biggest change you'll notice is our reimagined Discover section that makes it easier to find interesting TED talks and playlists on topics that are of most interest to you. Language learners rejoice! Our new "All Languages" view allows you to see a list of talks subtitled in your language of choice and enables those subtitles by default during playback.

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

May 09
2018
Version 4.5.4

We're hard at work on TED v5, the next major release of our iOS app. We're not quite ready to share what's coming in this new release, but we have a few tweaks and adjustments we want to make to your existing app to get ready for the big update.
We also took some time to fix a few different issues with account sync that could cause it to fail under certain conditions. If you have both an iPhone and an iPad, signing with your TED.com account is a great way to see your watch list, favorites, and watch history on both devices. Give it a shot!

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

May 04
2018
Version 4.5.3

We're hard at work on TED v5, the next major release of our iOS app. We're not quite ready to share what's coming in this new release, but we have a few tweaks and adjustments we want to make to your existing app to get ready for the big update.

We also took some time to fix a few different issues with account sync that could cause it to fail under certain conditions. If you have both an iPhone and an iPad, signing with your TED.com account is a great way to see your watch list, favorites, and watch history on both devices. Give it a shot!

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Apr 04
2018
Version 4.5.2

Hey there,

This is just a small release to fix a few minor issues in the app. Others call it "bug fixes and performance improvements" but that's not our style.

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Mar 27
2018
Version 4.5.1

Hey there,

This is just a small release to fix a few localization issues in the app. Others call it "bug fixes and performance improvements" but that's not our style.

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Feb 07
2018
Version 4.5

This release of TED for iOS is focused on accessibility and improving our universal link support. After the last few releases, we are excited to have achieved near 100% VoiceOver support in our app. If you're a VoiceOver or Switch Control user, please get in touch and let us know how we can continue to improve our support for you!

Here's what's changed since our last release:

- The number of search results found will be announced via VoiceOver as you type in the search field.
- When the "Reduce Transparency" accessibility setting is enabled, the contrast between a talk's poster image and any text appearing atop it will be increased.
- The TED logo is now an accessibility element when used in a navigation bar.
- We improved the format of our accessibility labels for the duration of a talk or playlist.
- The structure of accessibility elements on the playlist screen has been improved.
- The accessibility label for a featured talk's play button has been improved to provide more detail and additional context.
- In the video player, the quick seek buttons now have accessibility labels that indicate the seek duration.
- Our audio player is now accessible using VoiceOver and Switch Control.
- Direct manipulation of the video player's playhead position slider is now possible when using VoiceOver.
- Video playback controls will no longer auto-hide after a delay when using VoiceOver or Switch Control. Controls will hide when playback is resumed.
- An accessibility label has been provided for the playlist "Play all" button.
- There was a crash that could occur while rotating an iPad, so we fixed that.
- We fixed a few visual issues in our audio player.
- We improved our universal link support so that any content we can't load in-app will push you to a Safari view.

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Jan 16
2018
Version 4.4

Happy 2018! We are back with a few updates we made over the last few weeks.

- Have an iPad? Want to watch TED talks while doing other things on said iPad? We now support Picture In Picture!
- If you are halfway through a great talk, but need to step away for a bit, we remember your position for that last played talk so you can get back to where you left off with minimal fuss.
- As a video buffers, its progress will be indicated on the playhead slider now.
- The most discerning of eyes will notice that we tweaked our featured talk text layout.
- We put our talk detail page on a post-holiday diet so that it uses less memory.
- When you'd tap on a list of localized talks, we'd show you a "Loading Talks" alert while we fetched the content. If you left the screen, however, that loading indicator would follow you around like the Snowden-bot at TED 2014.
- There was an issue where a opening a playlist from a deep like wouldn't load if it wasn't already cached. We fixed that.
- We fixed a crash that could occur if the video playback controls were updated before a video's duration was known. A bit too eager to show you our great content!

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Dec 08
2017
Version 4.3.2

We are coming to the end of the year and starting to think about the holiday season at TED HQ. We wanted to decorate the office plants for the season, but the plant specialists threatened to put us on the Naughty List if we got anywhere near their greenery with our TED Red Christmas lights.

Before we head home for the holidays (and to our Mobile Team party!), we wanted to push out a few small fixes and improvements that we have been working on these last few weeks. There's not really anything that you'll notice specifically—just random bits of code cleanup and improvements to get us ready for some exciting things we have planned for the new year.

Thank you to our passionate fans and app users for another great year. We love building TED's app for you and hope you have a wonderful holiday season and happy new year.

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

pps. For our friends in India, you'll soon be able to watch the talks from our upcoming "TED Talks in India" television show right in the app. Be sure to check back on December 11.

Dec 04
2017
Version 4.3.1

We are coming to the end of the year and starting to think about the holiday season at TED HQ. We wanted to decorate the office plants for the season, but the plant specialists threatened to put us on the Naughty List if we got anywhere near their greenery with our TED Red Christmas lights.

Before we head home for the holidays (and to our Mobile Team party!), we wanted to push out a few small fixes and improvements that we have been working on these last few weeks. There's not really anything that you'll notice specifically—just random bits of code cleanup and improvements to get us ready for some exciting things we have planned for the new year.

Thank you to our passionate fans and app users for another great year. We love building TED's app for you and hope you have a wonderful holiday season and happy new year.

If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

pps. For our friends in India, you'll soon be able to watch the talks from our upcoming "TED Talks in India" television show right in the app. Be sure to check back on December 11.

Nov 13
2017
Version 4.2

One of the best features about the TED app is that you can be notified when there is a new talk we are excited about. We wanted to make that an even better experience so we gave it an upgrade for this release. If you have push notifications for TED enabled (and you should!) we now attach the talk image as well as buttons to instantly add the talk to your Watch List for later or to start watching instantly.

That's not the only change in this release. These fixes also made the cut:

- The tab bar should now be the same color as the navigation bar so it doesn't look slightly off on the newest iPhone's fancy OLED screen.
- We fixed a few layout layout issues with the Recent Talks widget on the newest iPhone.
- There was a small gap between the section header and the navigation bar on the playlists screen on the iPhone that looked unsightly. We got rid of it. Sorry, gap.
- There was a very subtle movement of TED Logo on splash screen that only the most keen of eyes would notice. We like to think we have keen eyes, so we fixed it.
- If you ran into issues updating your database it was probably because of a temp file created during the migration that we forgot to remove. We now remove that file.
- There was some weirdness with the splash screen when updating the TED database so we fixed that too.
- You should no longer have duplicate items show up in your Watch History. We know that Adam Grant talks are great, but we don't need to show the same talk in your history twice!
- Fixed a crash that could occur when showing the Recent Talks widget.
- Fixes potential crash when trying to load a Surprise Me playlist.
- Resolved potential crash when showing the audio playback controls on iOS 11.
- We now sign the user out and remove any cached download files as part of resetting the app if it gets into a bad state. We hope you never have to try this feature out!

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Oct 25
2017
Version 4.1

Everyone on the TED mobile team just returned from our annual staff retreat in lovely upstate New York. Our staff retreat is an opportunity for all of TED to come together think about where we'd like to go in the next year, be together, and maybe get too competitive with Double Solitaire. We came away with lots of exciting new ideas and opportunities and look forward to sharing them with you over the next year.

Until then, we've got a few fixes and updates to follow-up on our account sync release.

* There were a few visual glitches that showed up when upgrading the app to iOS 11, so we squashed them.
* When your new iPhone arrives, we're ready for it.
* Our push into accessibility continues with support for the Smart Invert Colors feature introduced in iOS 11.
* We fixed a crash that could occur if the app performed a background content fetch in certain instances.
* We fixed another crash that could occur if you tried to restart a download that already in-progress.
* We cut down the frequency that we can refresh our "Talks In" list on the Featured tab because we care about your battery life and our server bills.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Oct 16
2017
Version 4.0

Let's not bury the lede: you can now sync your watch list, liked talks, and even your watch history with your TED.com account. Yes, really. This is by far our most requested feature since we launched TED for iOS back in 2010. We're excited (and relieved!) to finally offer this feature to all of our users.

Whether you are signed into your TED account or not, we also keep track of your watch history in app so that you can quickly find that great talk you watched the night before to share with your friends and colleagues. Me? I'm telling everyone about Mei Lin Neo's talk about the fascinating lives of deep sea clams. Fun fact: the TED mobile team loves its sea creatures. I'm patiently waiting for my octopi, team.

In addition to account sync and watch history, we've continued our quest to make the TED app a better accessibility citizen. Specifically, we made several accessibility improvements to the Surprise Me tab to allow VoiceOver users to discover courageous, funny, or inspiring talks from the TED catalog.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Oct 01
2017
Version 3.2.1

Hello again, TEDsters!

We have something exciting for you all coming very, very soon. But first, we need to do a little housecleaning to get things in order.

* We added 15-second rewind and fast-forward controls to video playback. We don't want you to miss that key point in our next favorite TED talk.
* We show a bit more context when you stream your talks to your Apple TV using AirPlay.
* We now defer to your system settings for showing subtitles. We hope this makes them easier to read for folks that like their text a little bigger than our designers do.
* We made great strides in VoiceOver support in the TED video player. If you're a VoiceOver user, we'd love to hear from you about how we can make it even better in the future. Let us know!
* Our universal link support works again on your iPhone. Have you seen the new TED.com? It looks great.
* We now do a better job at enabling English subtitles on talks that are not natively in English.
* We fixed a few issues where video downloads would never resume after the app was removed from the multitasking switcher.
* We fixed an issue where you couldn't rotate the video player when playing your 'Surprise Me' playlist. That was indeed surprising.
* We added Control Center support for video playback. It's just like our support for audio that we added recently, except for moving pictures!
* Most people say "bug fixes and performance improvements" in their release notes. We just make that a bullet item at the end of our list. We did indeed fix a lot of little crashes and tried to clean up some memory usage throughout the app.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Sep 28
2017
Version 3.2

Hello again, TEDsters!

We have something exciting for you all coming very, very soon. But first, we need to do a little housecleaning to get things in order.

* We added 15-second rewind and fast-forward controls to video playback. We don't want you to miss that key point in our next favorite TED talk.
* We show a bit more context when you stream your talks to your Apple TV using AirPlay.
* We now defer to your system settings for showing subtitles. We hope this makes them easier to read for folks that like their text a little bigger than our designers do.
* We made great strides in VoiceOver support in the TED video player. If you're a VoiceOver user, we'd love to hear from you about how we can make it even better in the future. Let us know!
* Our universal link support works again on your iPhone. Have you seen the new TED.com? It looks great.
* We now do a better job at enabling English subtitles on talks that are not natively in English.
* We fixed a few issues where video downloads would never resume after the app was removed from the multitasking switcher.
* We fixed an issue where you couldn't rotate the video player when playing your 'Surprise Me' playlist. That was indeed surprising.
* We added Control Center support for video playback. It's just like our support for audio that we added recently, except for moving pictures!
* Most people say "bug fixes and performance improvements" in their release notes. We just make that a bullet item at the end of our list. We did indeed fix a lot of little crashes and tried to clean up some memory usage throughout the app.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Jun 16
2017
Version 3.1.1

Hello? Does this thing still work? Sorry for the delay. We seem to have temporarily forgotten our iTunes Connect password.

So. Has anything happened in the world since our last release in November 2016?

. . .

Oh, that's right! TED 2017 in April (A++ would attend again) and WWDC in June!

There's a lot of things in this release you won't necessarily notice. Under the hood changes to stabilize and modernize the foundation to prepare us for a slew of great new things coming later this year and beyond.

The good news is there are also some great new features you _will_ notice.

* We've done a lot of work to improve the audio playback and download experience for our talks. Put those shiny new AirPods to use!
* When playing a talk's audio, we now show information about it in Control Center. Welcome to 2015, TED.
* We've migrated your Bookmarks to a new section called "My List." The developers wanted to call it a queue, but we were told that was a bit too nerdy.
* You can now "Favorite" a talk or playlist that you enjoyed. Tim Ferris's talk from TED 2017 is a personal favorite.
* Your watch list, favorites, and downloads are now stored in our redesigned "My Talks" screen.
* You can now add TED Talks to your Today Screen with our new Recent Talks widget. Want more widgets? We'd love to hear your ideas!
* We added haptic feedback on a variety of actions in the app for those of you with fancy new iPhones.
* We now require iOS 10.
* Congrats Warriors. Sorry again, Cleveland.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

pps. We'll miss you, Thaniya.

Jun 15
2017
Version 3.1

Hello? Does this thing still work? Sorry for the delay. We seem to have temporarily forgotten our iTunes Connect password.

So. Has anything happened in the world since our last release in November 2016?

. . .

Oh, that's right! TED 2017 in April (A++ would attend again) and WWDC in June!

There's a lot of things in this release you won't necessarily notice. Under the hood changes to stabilize and modernize the foundation to prepare us for a slew of great new things coming later this year and beyond.

The good news is there are also some great new features you _will_ notice.

* We've done a lot of work to improve the audio playback and download experience for our talks. Put those shiny new AirPods to use!
* When playing a talk's audio, we now show information about it in Control Center. Welcome to 2015, TED.
* We've migrated your Bookmarks to a new section called "My List." The developers wanted to call it a queue, but we were told that was a bit too nerdy.
* You can now "Favorite" a talk or playlist that you enjoyed. Tim Ferris's talk from TED 2017 is a personal favorite.
* Your watch list, favorites, and downloads are now stored in our redesigned "My Talks" screen.
* You can now add TED Talks to your Today Screen with our new Recent Talks widget. Want more widgets? We'd love to hear your ideas!
* We added haptic feedback on a variety of actions in the app for those of you with fancy new iPhones.
* We now require iOS 10.
* Congrats Warriors. Sorry again, Cleveland.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

pps. We'll miss you, Thaniya.

Nov 04
2016
Version 3.0.4

Hi there. It's your pals at the TED iOS team again. We know we just talked last week, but we had a few small fixes we wanted to push our before our next scheduled release. We hope they make your TED viewing experience even better. Be sure to check out our latest talks from the likes of Christopher Soghoian, Tim Leberecht, and Kandice Sumner.

Here's what's changed since the last update:

* Opening a playlist from a universal link should be more reliable now.
* Fixed a crasher that could sometimes happen before a playlist was finished loading.
* Indians blew a 3-1 lead.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Oct 25
2016
Version 3.0.3

Happy Halloween! If you see Sia, a bee, Waldo, an authentic Portland hipster, and a Very Nasty Woman knocking on your door, we're trick-or-treating for candy and bug reports.

Here's what's changed since we last talked:

* Cleaned up some cobwebs to make the app run efficiently on iOS 10 and your fancy new iPhone 7 (Jet Black, natch).
* Worse than a haunted house: we migrated our Swift code to Swift 3. When there are TED Talks for software development, we've got war stories.
* Busted a few ghosts and goblins that lingered in the app.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

Love,

The TED iOS Team

ps. We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

pps. M&Ms are the best halloween candy. There is no debate.

Aug 29
2016
Version 3.0.2

Hi. How are you? Is that a new haircut? You look fabulous today. We've got another release of the TED for iOS app for you.

Here's what's changed since the last time we talked:

* We now index your recently viewed talks in Spotlight so you can quickly search for them from your home screen.
* Cleaned up an issue where sometimes Inspire Me wouldn't dismiss its welcome screen after choosing your playlist.
* We are handling errors a bit better when your connection isn't super great.
* Fixed a Googlecast related crasher when enabling Guest Mode.
* We squashed a few smaller bugs and crashes as we always do.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Jul 07
2016
Version 3.0.1

Greetings, TEDsters! We hope you are having a good summer (or winter if you're on that side of the planet). We just got back from Banff, Canada and TED Summit 2016. We are going to be highlighting some of our favorite talks from Summit over the next few weeks, so be sure to check back daily. To help make your viewing easier, we've got a new release of the TED app for you.

Here's a few of the highlights from this month's release:

* The Popular Talks list should now have more fresh, dynamic content.
* Improved the readability and layout of the Talk Detail screen on the iPad. Your eyes will thank us.
* Fixed crash when turning off subtitles.
* Fixed issue where welcome screen would sometimes not disappear after finishing Inspire Me questionnaire. We were too welcoming apparently.
* Fixed formatting of talk duration on Talk Details screen for Arabic speakers.
* Fixed formatting of of minutes on the Inspire Me clock for Arabic speakers.
* Googlecast related strings should now show up as localized.
* We squashed a few smaller bugs and crashes as we always do.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It really helps us out!

Jun 21
2016
Version 3.0

Say hello to TED 3.0. We have been hard at work these last few months getting our iOS app localized into twenty new languages! If you speak Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Dutch, French, (pause for breath), German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian), (pause for breath), Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, or (pause for breath), Turkish you are in for an all-new TED experience in your native language.

Some other changes you'll notice in this release:

* We've highlighted talks in your preferred subtitle language in the Featured tab.
* The Featured tab now allows you to swipe between recent and popular talks.
* You can now change your preferred subtitle language in TED settings.
* We've squashed a few smaller bugs and crashes, as we always do.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

We don't prompt you for a review in the app because we don't want to take away from your time with our speakers. However, if you are enjoying TED for iOS, please take a moment to rate and review us on the App Store. It would mean a lot to our team!

May 20
2016
Version 2.7.1

Hi. It's the TED iOS team again. We wanted to push out a few quick fixes for some crashes that were impacting a subset of users before our next scheduled release. You can find the full 2.7 release notes below.

Talk again soon!

====

We hope you've been enjoying our recent talks. The Comma Queen, Mary Norris, is our new personal hero.

This month we've got a pretty great release that will make your TED experience much better.

# New Video Player

The biggest change you'll notice is a fresh coat of paint on the TED video player. The video-watching experience is now more seamless on both iPhone and iPad. It also looks much better.

The new video player also lets you rewind a talk you're watching so you can catch every bit of inspiration.

# Universal Links

The TED app now supports universal links. If you tap on a TED.com link from your mailbox, browser or elsewhere on your phone or tablet, it will automatically open in the app.

# Shave and a haircut

We let our designers take a red pen to the entire app. Line heights were adjusted. Alignments were tweaked.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

Thanks for letting us inspire you. We hope you enjoy this release.

May 16
2016
Version 2.7.0

Hey!

We hope you've been enjoying our recent talks. The Comma Queen, Mary Norris, is our new personal hero.

This month we've got a pretty great release that will make your TED experience much better.

# New Video Player

The biggest change you'll notice is a fresh coat of paint on the TED video player. The video-watching experience is now more seamless on both iPhone and iPad. It also looks much better.

The new video player also lets you rewind a talk you're watching so you can catch every bit of inspiration.

# Universal Links

The TED app now supports universal links. If you tap on a TED.com link from your mailbox, browser or elsewhere on your phone or tablet, it will automatically open in the app.

# Shave and a haircut

We let our designers take a red pen to the entire app. Line heights were adjusted. Alignments were tweaked.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

Thanks for letting us inspire you. We hope you enjoy this release.

Apr 18
2016
Version 2.6.3

Happy April, TEDsters! We've spent the last few weeks working on improving the stability and reliability of the app in preparation for some exciting new features and updates we have coming for you over the next few months.

Here's what you'll notice has changed:

* Fixed an issue with the video player not being full screen in landscape mode.
* Talk playback should be more reliable on poor networks.
* Fixed Surprise Me header being cut off on iPhone.
* Fixed a potential crasher in UISearchBar when searching for talks and playlists.
* Fixed a few stability and reliability issues around managing your bookmarks.

We'd love to hear from you. If you run into any issues or have general feedback on our app, email us at contact@ted.com.

Thanks for letting us inspire you. We hope you enjoy the release.

Mar 17
2016
Version 2.6.2

Hey there, TEDsters. We have a few "bug fixes and performance improvements" we wanted to share with you before our next release.

Here's what you'll notice has changed:

* We fixed a crash on launch some of you were having after a change on our servers. Sorry about that!
* Loading the most recent talks should be much faster. You should watch Tim Urban's talk on procrastination. It's great.
* We heard your feedback! The delete button is back on My Talks for the iPad.

Thanks for letting us inspire you. We hope you enjoy the release.

Mar 09
2016
Version 2.6.1

We're back from TED 2016 in Vancouver! There were some amazing talks by Al Gore, Shonda Rhymes, and Dalia Mogahed this year that we'd love for you to check out in this fresh release of TED for iOS!

Here's what you'll notice has changed:

* Speaker images should load and cache more reliably.
* We heard some folks were having issues viewing popular talks, so we fixed a bug where the filter button wouldn't appear sometimes as a popover on iPad. Sorry about that!
* We fixed a few weird display bugs that crept in the last release in the iPad video player as well.
* If you watch a talk that is only available on YouTube, we open it in a Safari view rather than our old, weird embedded YouTube player.
* You can now quickly access TED's settings via the My Talks tab.
* Lots of little UI tweaks here and there all around the app. Our designer Brian is a stickler for pixel perfection. We do our best to please Brian.

Thanks for letting us inspire you. We hope you enjoy the release.

Feb 02
2016
Version 2.6

Happy New Year from TED HQ! We're busy ramping up for TED 2016 in Vancouver (February 15-19) but snuck away long enough to get this release pushed out for you.

Here's what you'll notice:

* All TED talks are now securely streamed through HTTPS for additional privacy. Edward Snowden approved.
* Redesigned the layout of the talk details screen on iPhone and iPad. iPhone users can now see related talks as well.
* iPad Pro! We now take full advantage of your giant iPad, so you can take advantage of all 5.6 million pixels while watching your favorite talks.
* Added a few iPad Pro keyboard shortcuts to the app. Hold down the Command key and see where you can find them.
* You'll notice a cleaner look for the Featured tab with better typography and widescreen speaker images. Your iPhone 6s Plus will be so pleased.
* 3D Touch support! And speaking of your iPhone 6s, we now have a few quick actions on the TED icon you can 3D Touch on to get to your favorite parts of the app more quickly. You can also 3D Touch a talk to preview it.

Thanks for letting us inspire you. We hope you enjoy the release.

Sep 18
2015
Version 2.5.2

We've been hard at work on adding some great new updates to TED this summer. Here's a few highlights:

* We now feature larger poster images for speakers to better take advantage of your larger phones.
* Gave the talk details screen some much needed TLC.
* Fixed some visual issues with iOS 9.
* Met up in NYC, ate some pastries, schemed for some great new things to release to you this fall.

Thanks for letting us inspire you.

Sep 12
2015
Version 2.5.1

We've been hard at work on adding some great new updates to TED this summer. Here's a few highlights:

* We now feature larger poster images for speakers to better take advantage of your larger phones.
* Gave the talk details screen some much needed TLC.
* Fixed some visual issues with iOS 9.
* Met up in NYC, ate some pastries, schemed for some great new things to release to you this fall.

Thanks for letting us inspire you.

Sep 11
2015
Version 2.5

We've been hard at work on adding some great new updates to TED this summer. Here's a few highlights:

* We now feature larger poster images for speakers to better take advantage of your larger phones.
* Gave the talk details screen some much needed TLC.
* Fixed some visual issues with iOS 9.
* Met up in NYC, ate some pastries, schemed for some great new things to release to you this fall.

Thanks for letting us inspire you.

Jun 03
2015
Version 2.4.7

We squashed a few bugs in this release to make your TED viewing experience even better.

May 04
2015
Version 2.4.6

New in TED 2.4.6

* We've made it easier to share TED talks using your installed apps and share extensions on iOS 8.

Mar 14
2015
Version 2.4.5

Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Feb 16
2015
Version 2.4.4

+ native resolution for iPhone 6/6+
+ bug fixes for Chromecast
+ assorted bug fixes and speed improvements

Dec 20
2014
Version 2.4.3

Version 2.4.3 improves on the new Chromecast support and fixes a few problems reported over the last few weeks.

Nov 22
2014
Version 2.4.2

Version 2.4.2 improves on the new Chromecast support and fixes a few problems reported over the last few weeks.

Oct 29
2014
Version 2.4.1

Version 2.4.1 fixes a problem when finishing playback of individual talks on iPad, and improves compatibility with iOS 8.1.

Oct 15
2014
Version 2.4

Version 2.4 adds Chromecast support! You can now stream TED talks, TED playlists, and Surprise Me playlists to your TV through supported Chromecast devices.

This release also brings additional compatibility support for iOS 8. We are continuing to address any issues we find or hear of as quickly as possible. Thank you for your feedback!

Sep 13
2014
Version 2.3.3

This is our last release before adding iOS 8 and iPhone 6 compatibility! We've fixed some minor issues in this latest update.

Aug 04
2014
Version 2.3.2

Version 2.3.2 fixes an issue where frequently-visited Language sections could sometimes show talk titles and descriptions in English. Thanks for your patience while we sorted it out. We've also added higher-resolution playlist images for Retina displays, and fixed a few other problems along the way.

New in version 2.3:

Playlists!
+ Now you watch carefully curated TED Talk playlists right from your iOS 7 device.

Discovery!
+ What are you curious about today? Pick a topic, and let us help you explore. Available on iOS 7.

More Subtitles!
+ TED Talks are now subtitled in over 100 languages.

Stability!
+ Lots of bug fixes and speed improvements, to give you the best experience possible. Thank you for your feedback.

Jun 06
2014
Version 2.3.1

Version 2.3.1 addresses a problem that could occur on launch when upgrading to version 2.3 with very recent video downloads.

New in version 2.3:

Playlists!
+ Now you watch carefully curated TED Talk playlists right from your iOS 7 device.

Discovery!
+ What are you curious about today? Pick a topic, and let us help you explore. Available on iOS 7.

More Subtitles!
+ TED Talks are now subtitled in over 100 languages.

Stability!
+ Lots of bug fixes and speed improvements, to give you the best experience possible. Thank you for your feedback.

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