4.4
15.1K reviews
500K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Take O'Reilly online learning with you wherever you go, and put the knowledge of experts and the skills to stay ahead of business and technology trends in your pocket.

With the O’Reilly app, you can:

Read, watch, or listen on the go: Explore books, videos, training sessions, courses, and more—online or off.

Never lose your place: With automatic syncing, you can start reading on one device and pick up where you left off on another.

Discover and organize with Playlists: Search for the exact content you want to read, watch, or listen to—then add it to a playlist and revisit it any time.

Personalize it: Adjust the text display for comfort with font size controls and a night mode setting.

Find what you need: Get the answers you need, fast, with the ability to easily search across books, videos, and more.

Make it work for you: Control the app with an external keyboard

New to O'Reilly? Sign up for a free 10-day trial—with full access to the O'Reilly app—at https://learning.oreilly.com/register/


** Please note that to use this application you must have an active (or trial) O'Reilly account created after July 2014. If you are an O'Reilly customer who joined before July 2014, please use our Safari To Go app, also available in the Play Store.**
Updated on
May 16, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Personal info, App activity, and App info and performance
This app may collect these data types
Personal info and App activity
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.4
15.1K reviews
Joseph Abrams
May 19, 2022
Okay app on the phone, but it is a pain to change chapters. I know it helps protect DRM or lowers what yall have to load at a time or whatever reason for it, but it is annoying! Continuous scroll is a must have feature for phone reading. Also, can't read it on an ereader, so its either the computer screen or the phone screen. Better than nothing and it functions so 3 stars. As a side note, it seems rather ironic that O'Reilly is the go to publisher for computer books and the app UI is mediocre.
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Orman Tynes
May 3, 2022
I enjoy reading using the program, however I feel it can be more immersive. I find Google Chrome to be immersive, as an example, because once the reader scrolls down a page, the chrome hides itself, leaving the reader focused on the page. As another example of a program that provides an immersive mode that is excellent for reading, I suggest using the Liquid mode of Adobe Acrobat. Reading is an experience, you have to make it compelling.
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Dave G
April 14, 2022
I have used O'Reilly for several years. This app made access so much easier. Between reading on my tablet and listening on my phone it is the perfect way to learn and increase skill set. The app works great and has not let me down. O'Reilly has the most robust library I have found and titles that are current. It's a must have to keep up with the ever changing environment.
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What's new

"Hello darkness, my old friend". Dark Mode is now available!
• With the tap of a button in Settings, go from "light & cheery" to "crushing darkness reminiscent of the void in which all of existence sprang."
• Or, for a more of a hands-off approach, the app follows the Dark theme setting on your device.
• Have a complex personality? Enjoy the dichotomy of a dark user interface, but a light background in the reader? Dark Mode for the app works independent of the settings of the app's reader.