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Moodle will soon be available on various on limited phones through both native and web applications.  There are several projects that in the past that have made in-roads to making Moodle more mobile, but web-enabled handhelds, such as Android based phones or the iPhone and iPod Touch have provided much easier platforms for which to develop mobile Moodle technologies. 
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There are two ways to use Moodle on a mobile devise, you can pay for or download a native app for your cellular device (currently the only native Moodle app is planned for release by www.Moodletouch.com in April 2010), or you can configure your Moodle site to be Mobile accessible by using one of the available plug-ins. 
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Native Apps:
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+(Available April 2010) MoodleTouch: [http://www.moodletouch.com] created by Ali OzGur
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Web apps:
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+ Mobile LE: [http://mle.sourceforge.com]
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+ (Available 2010) iPhone4Moodle: [http://iphone.moodle.com.au]
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+ MoMo:
  
 
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== Which platforms are supported? ==

Revision as of 22:45, 29 March 2010


How can I use Moodle on mobile devices?

Moodle will soon be available on various on limited phones through both native and web applications. There are several projects that in the past that have made in-roads to making Moodle more mobile, but web-enabled handhelds, such as Android based phones or the iPhone and iPod Touch have provided much easier platforms for which to develop mobile Moodle technologies.

There are two ways to use Moodle on a mobile devise, you can pay for or download a native app for your cellular device (currently the only native Moodle app is planned for release by www.Moodletouch.com in April 2010), or you can configure your Moodle site to be Mobile accessible by using one of the available plug-ins.

Native Apps: +(Available April 2010) MoodleTouch: [1] created by Ali OzGur

Web apps: + Mobile LE: [2] + (Available 2010) iPhone4Moodle: [3] + MoMo:

Which platforms are supported?

iPhone

MLE

  • MLE-Moodle - MLE-Moodle is a plugin for Moodle, which adds mLearning functionality to this open-source eLearning system.

Android

Twitter

See also:

Moodle Docs

Moodle Forums

Miscellaneous