The app follows a freemium model where users are able to access some of the content for free, and sign up for a monthly/yearly subscription to unlock the rest of the content if they are convinced of its value.
While the app is still new and has limited content, it is just a matter of time before more more courses are added.
Whether OpenAcademy will take off in Southeast Asia is still too early to know, but one thing for sure is the vision for the startup's existence is clear.
"The vision is clear: Powerful, bite sized, no fluff, and no upsell learning delivered in a mobile-first story-like format. This means you can get insights and learn topics within minutes on-the-go instead of sitting through lengthy sessions on your laptop!", mentioned co-founder of OpenAcademy and founder of OpenMinds Resources, Jan Wong