“GMAT Pill HD”: First True GMAT On-The-Go iPad App

By - Jul 29, 23:34 PM Comments [1]

GMAT Pill's new "GMAT Pill HD" iPad app is now available to download from the app store.

The major benefit with this app is that it lets you download GMAT videos onto your iPad device so you can view them later even without WiFI. No other GMAT iPad app lets you do that. Only "GMAT Pill HD" iPad app has this feature.

You can watch GMAT videos on-the-go when you commute to work. Study GMAT on the train, in the gym, on the bus, on your couch, etc. No internet connection is necessary with GMAT Pill HD.

There are two mode settings: All videos and downloaded videos. In the downloaded videos settings, menu items will turn black for items that were previously downloaded. Items that were not downloaded are marked as grey.

In the All Videos mode, menu items marked in grey indicate that you have permission to view that video. Items that are marked in grey indicate that you do not have permission to view that video.

The iPad app also lets you watch videos in full screen mode. You can also connect your iPad device to any air-play compatible device and view/listen to GMAT videos on a larger screen or another sound system.

Yes, the iPad app includes all 4 question types of the new integrated reasoning section. There are over 500 videos and 3,000 minutes of videos in the app - enough to keep you busy for much of your GMAT preparation time. As many as 30-50 videos are available free while the remaining videos are accessible only by GMAT Pill members.

Have a question? You can post your questions below each video and receive a timely response from GMAT Pill Staff.

GMAT Pill members have access to premium content with their login. Simply login and all menu items will turn black, indicating you have permission to view.



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  1. Steve July 30, 5:20 PM

    “The major benefit with this app is that it lets you download GMAT videos onto your iPad device so you can view them later even without WiFI. No other GMAT iPad app lets you do that. Only “GMAT Pill HD” iPad app has this feature.”

    The Veritas Prep GMAT app for iPad has had this feature since last year.

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