Android users can now get lost in TED's vast video archive. The popular non-profit lecture series who's tag line is "Ideas Worth Spreading" today announced the release of its official app for Google's mobile OS.

Similar to TED's iOS app, the Android port will give users access to its library of over 1,100 videos that feature some of the world's premier thinkers expounding on a diverse array of topics. The app will allow users to bookmark videos, save videos for offline viewing, listen to curated audio streams, and search by tag, theme, rating, or popularity. 

The app, which can be used on Android phones as well as tablets including the Kindle FIre, is free and available from the Google Play Store and the Amazon Appstore for Android.

[via TNW]