Corona: BYJU free its learning apps, will be able to access


Given increasing cases of coronavirus infection across the country, online learning app BYJU has made all its learning apps free. The government has ordered the closure of schools and colleges across the country. Children’s health is closed due to infection, so children’s health is not affected. After this decision of the government, BYJU has announced to free its apps so that children can sit at home and do their studies.

Let us know that students from class one to 12th will be able to access BYJU’s learning app for free by the end of April. They can also download and use it on their mobiles. Students of classes one to three can read Mathematics and English on these apps and students of classes 4 and 12 can learn concepts of Mathematics and Science on BYJU’s app.


Keeping in mind the exam season, students will be able to learn with the help of the learning app. Here students will be helped to continue their preparation for the exams to be held at the end of the year.

How to access

Students can download BYJU’S-The Learning App and Disney BYJU’S Early Learn for free from the Play Store. Students can access the entire library of BYJU’S Learning Material by accessing it. Students with this pre-installed app (free version) will have to update it to access the learning material completely.

Loss of education

A UNESCO report states that the education of more than 290 million students from 13 countries will be disrupted due to the COVID-19 crisis. The agency has also suggested that the learning-platform will help students to get quality education remotely during such difficult times. Let us tell that India has the highest in the figure of 250 million school going students.

Worldwide, the learning lifestyle of around 300 million children has been affected due to the current situation. Everyday access to quality education is very important for the complete development of children. Given the preventive measures taken to protect the health and safety of students, BYJU has decided to make these contributions. BYJU co-founder and director Divya Gokulnath said that as a learning company it is our contribution and we are committed to supporting the education system.