Popular video education hub Khan Academy launched an iPad application featuring more than 2,700 free videos on March 11, the Huffington Post reports. The app, which is now available for download on iTunes, allows a wide range of users to browse through videos covering topics including chemistry, finance and history. Some are saying the non-profit organization’s foray into the tablet world is solidifying Khan Academy as a key player in the education sector. The app gives users the ability to sync videos between deceives without needing an internet connection, Lauren Landry of BostInno reports. In addition, users will be able to jump back and forth through the material — much like students do with books — as well as interact with lectures and take the material home with them to review at a later time…

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