Supported platforms for Minecraft: Education Edition

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  • FOMSHAB

    How can I get down minecarft Game

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  • Jason.Rousselle

    Will it be possible to play on Iphone and Ipod in a near future?  Many children have an Iphone or Ipod...not so many have an Ipad?

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  • Brian Kalbfus

    It might be useful to have a platform feature request page somewhere. There are a few zendesk tickets requesting android that I know of. I have to believe the demand is more than the few who were able to find and comment on those tickets.

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  • Jason Marroquin

    I am guessing they will never do an Android port because that would leave it open to someone making it work on the newer chromebooks which support the play store. 

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  • Richard Schwarz

    I'm thinking that the educational benefit of it being on the platform (android) most used in developing countries might help outweigh the political issues associated with that. PLUS, Microsoft stuff as a service appears to be the driver in their ecosystem at the moment, and this would help greatly.

    I'm in a school at the moment that has invested heavily in Chromebooks and there are many, many teachers who'd be wanting to license (i.e. pay for) Minecraft to use in their classes. 

    I think it's a pretty sound business decision to make it MEE available on Android.

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  • Alexander Beuns

    happyday 

     

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  • Karin Hester

    I am a teacher at a title 1 school and we have been moved to Microsoft and all students have been given an account for Minecraft edu. At school this is not an issue because the students use the computer lab, however, now that we are at home, the majority of students are left out with this new way of online learning and bring your own device.

    Most Windows and Apple products are out of price range for a lot my families. Android and Chrome need to be included 

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  • Vikram Harinath

    We are not available on Chromebooks, and do not have any further information to share at this time.

    While I understand this is the case - it really needs to change.

    Please consider support for Chromebooks and Chrome OS (Neverware Cloudready would be a good start).

    From an educational perspective this is a must (and yes - I completely understand not all systems running Chrome OS/Neverware Cloudready and not all Chromebooks will be able to run Minecraft Education Edition).

     

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  • Vikram Harinath

    Please also make Minecraft Education Edition available on Android tablets (that meet requirements of course).

    At least Samsung tablets would be a good start.

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  • kd plaz

    ya

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  • Anthony Hunter

    Linux support would be a welcome addition.

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