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Why e-learning apps are the need of the moment amid COVID-19 chaos

The Coronavirus outbreak has brought the world to a standstill, and schools and colleges have announced their indefinite closure. Thanks to technology, learning can continue among the COVID-19 chaos. E-learning apps like Udemy are helping students in continuing their education by connecting with tutors across the globe.

Shares in the Chinese online education industry, worth $419-million, have witnessed a steep rise of 154% year-to-date. Also, e-learning firms across the world see a steep increase in their revenue by three times, especially at the height of school closures. Some e-learning apps are planning to offer their courses free of cost to help students learn during this challenging situation.

Join this thriving industry and supply to the rising educational needs of students all over the world. All you need is an on-demand app that is robust and packed with all required features and functionalities.

Udemy clone script for faster app development

You can now launch your app in the shortest turnaround time with the help of Udemy clone scripts. These scripts are offered by many app development companies and are highly customizable as per your business and revenue model.

Ways to earn revenue from the Udemy clone:

Earn income by offering courses at affordable prices.
Allow tutors to teach through your platform for a fixed commission.
Charge subscription fees to access your courses.
Display ads from companies of similar interest and earn through advertising.

Benefits of choosing clone solutions for your app development:

Faster app development at affordable prices
Free from bugs and other discrepancies
Built on a tried and proven business model
Pre-packed with all needed features
Highly scalable and gives the benefit of updating in the future

Do not wait any longer. Launch an on-demand e-learning app right away and gain a more extensive customer base, earning higher returns on your investments.
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