By TED Conferences

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2010-10-14
  • Current Version: 4.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 127.13 MB
  • Developer: TED Conferences
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.2 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 6,342 Ratings


Feed your curiosity and expand your world with TED Talks. Explore more than 2,000 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 free TED Talks video library, with subtitles in over 100 languages ・Sign in to your TED.com account and sync your downloaded and favorited talks ・Play videos on your device or send to your home entertainment system via AirPlay or Chromecast ・Discover inspiring, funny, or jaw-dropping free talks ・Let us build you a custom playlist -- tailored to your time frame ・Bookmark talks to watch later ・Download talks to watch offline



  • Download does NOT work

    By Dedemanli
    The app was much better before- Why going BACKWARDS? -why there is no feedback for download progress? -why I cannot anymore do "play all"? -why downloads are not downloaded even though it shows? I hope you can solve these simple common problems and greatly improve TED reaching many people but not fail because in 2018 one cannot make a fully functional app to watch and download.
  • Thanks

    By mbineid
    Thank you
  • Universal Designed

    By Spinneberg
    So happy! VoiceOver reads the captions for reading braille. There is access for deaf-blind!
  • The download feature is totally broken

    By vfyang
    When you clicked on download, the talks and playlists are marked as downloaded immediately, yet there is no video pulling down, and when you need to watch offline, it just hangs and hangs without giving a reason.
  • What Happened?

    By WilliWu
    It had been several years since I had checked on TED and I could not believe the transition. From world class cutting edge science to mystic babble and motivational speakers. I guess that pays the bills, but I’m out of here.
  • Please fix downloads

    By Harry the hatchet
    Falsely indicates downloaded when video isn’t. Doesn’t play when offline. Confusing and frustrating.
  • Still broken and needs more work

    By N/A 1234
    Apple devices is not the place to have a crappy user experience. - UX / UI: Mark after a video “watched” after it has been played so that I know which videos I’ve seen. Grey or mask the thumbnail in search results like YouTube does for previously viewed videos. - UX: Persistence. Keep my place if I watch part of a video and return to finish on *ANY* device. If I start a video and then watch another video it doesn’t keep the place of either video. #Awful. - UX: Continuity. I often start to watch a video on my iPad and switch to my iPhone. Same for a web browser on a macOS. The last spot needs to be retained like it is on Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video and dozens of others. - UX: Bug. Picture in picture doesn’t *resize* to full screen when you use the 4 finger gestures to swipe back to TED from another app. You have a black screen with TED running in the corner. UX: Bug. Downloaded video wouldn’t play from iPad to Apple TV until I deleted the local download. UX: Bug. Captions turn off randomly. Captions needed to be turned back on multiple times while I was using AirPlay to play from iPad to Apple TV. These are basic video player items from 10 years ago. Either invest in a quality native iOS app experience or save your money and force everyone to use the website if you’re going to have a substandard user experience. #Fail #Bugs #ShowUpOrGiveUp #Shameful
  • Love the TED app!!

    By JRtist
    Should be required for many...it opens you up to a world that’s already occurring, but you probably have no idea. “Amazeballs!”
  • Apple TV needs a Liked tab

    By C H A Z
    The Apple TV app needs an easy way to access your Liked videos. Right now, there’s no way.
  • Great app

    By jegr hussein