MasterClass: Learn New Skills

MasterClass: Learn New Skills

By MasterClass

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2018-04-02
  • Current Version: 6.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 133.11 MB
  • Developer: MasterClass
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 9,513 Reviews)
  • Price:
MasterClass: Learn New Skills App Ratings: 5
Total 9,513 Reviews

MasterClass: Learn New Skills App Description

With the MasterClass mobile app, you can: ACCESS GENIUS ANYWHERE Build learning into your life, every day, with video lessons, workbooks, and more. Use strategies, secrets, tips and recipes from our courses to elevate your craft. GET EXCLUSIVE CONTENT Watch lesson highlights and discover exclusive content only available on the app. CLASSES INCLUDE: Culinary Arts: Learn recipes and techniques from the best chefs in the world. - Gordon Ramsay Teaches Cooking - Thomas Keller Teaches Cooking Techniques - Alice Waters Teaches the Art of Home Cooking - Wolfgang Puck Teaches Cooking Film & TV: Nail every casting. Take lessons from celebrated screenwriters, a great value compared to screenwriting workshops. - Ron Howard Teaches Directing - Martin Scorsese Teaches Filmmaking - Shonda Rhimes Teaches Writing for Television - Werner Herzog Teaches Filmmaking - Helen Mirren Teaches Acting - Samuel L. Jackson Teaches Acting - Steve Martin Teaches Comedy - Aaron Sorkin Teaches Screenwriting Music & Performance - Armin Van Buuren Teaches Dance Music - Christina Aguilera Teaches Singing - Herbie Hancock Teaches Jazz - Hans Zimmer Teaches Film Scoring - Usher Teaches the Art of Performance - Reba McEntire Teaches Country Music - Deadmau5 Teaches Electronic Music Production Writing: Learn about the process and inspiration of your favorite authors. - Malcolm Gladwell Teaches Writing - R.L. Stine Teaches Writing for Young Audiences - David Mamet Teaches Dramatic Writing - Judy Blume Teaches Writing - James Patterson Teaches Writing Sports & Games: Learn strategy, tactics, and training techniques for your favorite games and sports, including basketball. - Stephen Curry Teaches Shooting, Ball-Handling, and Scoring - Garry Kasparov Teaches Chess - Serena Williams Teaches Tennis Design, Photography, & Fashion - Annie Leibovitz Teaches Photography - Frank Gehry Teaches Architecture - Diane von Furstenberg Teaches Building a Fashion Brand - Marc Jacobs Teaches Fashion Design Politics & Society - Bob Woodward Teaches Investigative Journalism - Jane Goodall Teaches Conservation Note: Classes on pre-enroll are not currently supported in the mobile app experience. ALL-ACCESS PASS SUBSCRIPTION TERMS The All-Access Pass auto-renews one year after time of purchase and includes access to all classes. Your iTunes Account will be charged the noted amount for the first year when your purchase is confirmed and will be automatically charged annually at then-current rate unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. No refunds for partial subscription periods. To cancel subscription or update payment information, go to Settings in the App Store before your next billing date. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. See our Privacy Policy at See our Terms of Service at


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MasterClass: Learn New Skills App Reviews

  • Negreanu’s class is Under-valued

    By distancerides
    I had no idea I’d learn so much and I’ve been playing successfully since the early 2000’s. Sooo glad I bought his class.
  • Waste of time and money

    By ninjasavant
    I bought the Annie Liebowitz class where she “teaches photography.” I was really hoping to get her perspective on the technical aspects of photography. Lighting, lenses, studio setup, you know, a class. Instead what you get is not much more than an evening with Annie Liebowitz. This could have been edited down and played on PBS or maybe a TED talk. The class on lighting can be summed up as “I like natural light.” The class on studio photography can be summed up as “I don’t like working in a studio.” The “assignments” for the classes were about as good. Cut out a picture you like and hang it up somewhere. Take a picture of someone at three different times throughout the day. Those were literally two of the assignments. If this were an episode of fresh air with Terry Gross I’d have given it 4 stars. It wasn’t not interesting. It was not, however, a class worth $90.
  • Could not play/ slow loading

    By eryang.zhou
    I am base in China, the class takes indefinite time to load after I click start. I tried VPN, but still no luck. You will most likely got an error message saying”unable to play lesson”, or if you are lucky, you can watch the class after the annoying loading
  • Insight

    By daltonjoebassawesome
    Seeing what masters at their craft relay on their insight of approaching their craft, skill, environment and what u pull out of this is extremely valuable. Makes u change mentality on approaching ur own work , people and environment- a triple win - thanks for putting this together - it’s great -
  • Meh app - Great class

    By Dreamdoc
    Great concept- marginal app. I want to easily replay a lesson sometimes several times. The app doesn’t make it easy. On Apple TV I can’t even find the directory of lessons for me course!!! Devs please address this!
  • Love my cooking classes.

    By Ejazuck
    I bought this for my husband who loves wines and I thought we could learn a bit about wines tasting from James Suckling. It turns out that his course is the least instructive and we are skipping around to find a lesson that actually teaches something. That being said, we moved on to Gordon Ramsey and couldn’t be more thrilled! I’m a serious home cook and I find his lessons fantastic and Ramsey, a great and inspiring teacher. Alice Waters is good but not that instructive. Is see their adding more Chefs and I’m pleased. Checking out Anne Leibovitz and other areas of interest. Not enough time in a day. MasterClass is beautifully done and a fantastic way to explore interests.
  • Great content, navigation needs work

    By VIEWER07
    I found half the courses to be extremely enjoyable, the other ones, not so good. Some lacked structure and were not well thought out, others did not seem up to par compared to the others, seems like the development team could be doing a better job with collaborative development on the course creation process. Some people have a passion for what they do but teaching may not be one of their strong points. I’d rather see fewer courses of higher quality than a bunch of courses that feel mediocre. Some of the so called masters don’t even seem to be motivated to teach the class, as if it’s just another dreaded chore to promote their business. I hope this learning platform continues to focus on quality over quantity, otherwise I can’t see myself signing up for another year.Also, the app should be made available for smart tv’s si it can be viewed on a bigger screen. Finally, the ability to jump ahead skipping over chapters needs work.
  • Fine work

    By Drew Lichtenfels
    Superb production values. Genuine interest by the Master for the class. Addictive!
  • this is a great app!

    By 2021rev
    It's fascinating to listen to and experience coaching/lessons by their awesome instructors e.g. Serena Williams for tennis! Unlimited pass is a good idea.
  • Slow

    By schmidtsuz
    LOVE MasterClass! But this app is not good. It’s slow, stalls out a lot, seems to need an update every couple weeks, and I can’t figure out how to download the lessons so I’m not having to deal with interrupted streaming.