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* [http://m.vletools.com Do MobiQuiz] - alpha versin of web-client to accomplish Moodle quizzes on Iphone/Android devices and list HTML-pages.
 
* [http://www.mobilemoodle.org/momo18/ MoMo] (Moodle for Mobiles) - Requires a server extension and a client app; supports most mobile OSes including Symbian.
 
* [http://www.mobilemoodle.org/momo18/ MoMo] (Moodle for Mobiles) - Requires a server extension and a client app; supports most mobile OSes including Symbian.
 
* [http://mle.sourceforge.net MLE-Moodle] - Allows course designers to make a separate set of Moodle pages for mobile users.
 
* [http://mle.sourceforge.net MLE-Moodle] - Allows course designers to make a separate set of Moodle pages for mobile users.

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How can I use Moodle on mobile devices?

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

  1. Users can open Moodle sites in their mobile web browers (not recommended).
  2. Users can download native apps for their mobile devices.
  3. 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

  • Do MobiQuiz - alpha versin of web-client to accomplish Moodle quizzes on Iphone/Android devices and list HTML-pages.
  • 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.

See also

Moodle.org Forum Discussion

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