Posts Tagged ‘mbook’
mPage 1.2.5 was released this past Sunday and now includes a nifty "mFolder" tool which lets you, upload/manage files in the app upload files to activities in Moodle from your mobile device (including to forums) access the files on your phone/handset for easy uploading (including images and more). It's a pretty slick little feature that [...]
As you know, I am and have been a huge fan of the progress made on the Mobile Moodle front. Engaging learning materials on cell phone and handhelds (including tablets) is an inevitability in my opinion. Since early 2010 (I think February) there's been a lot of development in this arena specifically for Moodle and as you can see on our Mobile [...]
This week I'll be focusing on reviewing the various released and soon-to-be-released Mobile (both native and web) apps for Moodle. These apps each are for Moodle 1.9 or previous versions and are available either through the App markets on iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android or by download directly from the developing organizations websites. [...]
The newest version of mBook* for iPad has been released with support for additional Moodle features. The paid app is available in the Apple App Store for $3.99 and now supports a new course format (Tabs), Assignments, Journals and Glossaries. For more information visit: http://mbooks.hk/mod/resource/view.php?id=116 *mBook is a iPad app but [...]
mTouch+ ( mTouch for iPad ) In Review We have uploaded mTouch+ , mTouch for iPad, for review on the AppStore. mTouch+ will be available for download within couple of days. Stay tuned... From http://www.pragmasql.com/133/section.aspx/124 Should be a great alternative to mPage and mBook. I'm excited to see it.
Note: we have no affiliation with Mass Media, makers of mPage of mBook for iOS at this time. mBook is not a free app, it costs $3.99 in the iTunes app store. James Chan, a developer at Mass Media alerted us recently that mBook 1.1 has been released into the app store , which doubles as a support and development site]. mBook provides a fully [...]
Ali Ozgur was nice enough to lend us a few minutes and answer some questions about their new iPad app (due out in September): Why the push into Mobile learning? We consider mobile learning a very serious field which requires expertise in both application and user experience levels. Moodle is a fantastic LMS and we feel obliged to [...]
As the mBook images appeared this morning, so too have images of the MoodleTouch (mTouch) iPad App. Check them out at http://moodletouch.com. Looks like both mBook and mTouch for iPad will provide users with novel and unique displays for Moodle-based learning. Kudos to both development teams!
If you find this interesting, check out the new screenshots of MoodleTouch for iPad From the makers of mPage (as alluded to last week) here are the first ever pictures of an iPad App for Moodle. Note that there is a handy navigation sidebar on each of the pages (allowing a much better ease of use than on smaller handhelds); Forum [...]