Download Pluralsight Skills
Skill up anytime, anywhere
Build skills on the go, on your couch or even offline with the Pluralsight app
Phone & tablet
Desktop offline players
Visual Studio Code extension
Find answers faster with just-in-time content recommendations from within your own Visual Studio Code IDE—only available with our desktop apps.
Google Chrome extension
With our Google Chrome extension, you can quickly find Pluralsight content while browsing the web in your
Put your skills to the test
See how you “Stack up”
It’s time to prove that you’re a tech skills guru with ‘Stack up’, Pluralsight's first in-app game.
Make skill-building more fun by testing your knowledge on some of the most popular technologies, languages and frameworks. Start by selecting the topics of your choice and compete against thousands of other Pluralsight users to see who can answer the most questions correctly in a row.
Rule the leaderboard
With weekly and all-time leaderboards, you can challenge yourself every day and see how you stack up with other Pluralsight users as you rise in the rankings.
Validate your skills
Earn major bragging rights by validating your skills and proving your tech skill mastery to yourself and others. (You have our full permission to flex!)
Identify skill gaps
Get opportunities to review key concepts and gain a better understanding of subjects—so you can close skill gaps and further your career.
Build better skills anywhere, anytime
Practice whenever and wherever it’s most convenient for you by using the Pluralsight app on your phone.
A better use of your
Our mobile, desktop and TV apps give you the flexibility to skill up your way—whether that’s making the most of your commute, finding the perfect spot to focus, or watching from your couch.
- Offline viewing: Download content to watch offline when WIFI is out of reach or bandwidth issues arise.
- Seamless: Transition your skill development from one device to the next, picking up at the same clip you
left off at.
- Follow along: Practice what you're learning as you learn it by streaming content to your TV and programming along on your computer.