JetKing, a software company based in Singapore, is making software that allows users to create and manage their own online courses.
The company, which was founded in 2007, was acquired by Google in 2018.
The software lets users design their own courses and manage the number of students they invite and accept, along with the price.
The new platform, called JetKing 2, was released today by JetKing.
“We are extremely happy to be partnering with Google on this exciting new venture, which aims to provide the best courses experience in the world,” JetKing founder Simon Tan said in a statement.
The app also has a new feature that lets students add and edit their own course description and upload it to Google.
“Users can upload videos, photos, text and videos to share their courses, and then they can create a course with any text, video or image from within the app,” Jetking said.
“This will make it easier for people to learn online.”
A new feature for students JetKing says allows them to upload a video, text or image to share a course.
The user can then edit the video, and upload the edited version to Google or Facebook.
The video and text can then be viewed by anyone who has the JetKing account.
JetKing also added an app for developers.
Jetking’s new app will work with Google Play Store and iOS app stores.
“As part of this partnership, JetKing will be providing users with access to the latest versions of the Jet King platform and the Jetking SDK, which provides developers the tools to make content that is easily accessible to users and developers alike,” JetKings said in its statement.