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* [http://mpage.hk/ mPage] for iOS and Android (work in progress), created by Mass Media HK.
 
* [http://mpage.hk/ mPage] for iOS and Android (work in progress), created by Mass Media HK.
 
* [http://codeguild.org/app/mbot/ Mbot] for Android, created by Code Guild.
 
* [http://codeguild.org/app/mbot/ Mbot] for Android, created by Code Guild.
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=== Server-side ===
 
=== Server-side ===

Latest revision as of 06:54, 11 November 2011

How can I use Moodle on mobile devices?

There are currently 3 main ways to use Moodle on mobile devices:

  • Users can open Moodle sites in their mobile web browers (not recommended).
  • Users can download native apps for their mobile devices.
  • Admins can configure their Moodle site to be Mobile-accessible through server extensions.

Mobile Apps

  • MoodleTouch (aka mTouch) for iOS, created by Ali OzGur.
  • mPage for iOS and Android (work in progress), created by Mass Media HK.
  • Mbot for Android, created by Code Guild.

Server-side

  • MoMo (Moodle for Mobiles) - Requires a server extension and a client app; supports most mobile OSes including Symbian.
  • MLE-Moodle - Allows course designers to make a separate set of Moodle pages for mobile users.
  • Moodbile - Reference implementation of Moodle Web Services. Under development.
  • iPhone4Moodle - Under development.

What is the mobile theme selector do?

Site administration > Appearance > Themes > Theme selector

See also