A week following the major Moodle release, Moodle Mobile 3.2 is now available for downloading from Google Play and will be available from Apple’s App Store in days.
In line with the web version, Moodle Mobile 3.2 is focussed on improving user experience and performance, making more features accessible at the touch of a button.
Juan Levya, Moodle Mobile team leader, highlighted some key points about Moodle Mobile 3.2.
“With Moodle 3.2 we have been aiming towards a more harmonised experience between the web and mobile version of Moodle,” said Juan.
“There are many exciting and major new features in Moodle Mobile 3.2 that are similar to the new functionalities that a user will find in the upgraded web version.”
“It is also important to note that most of these new features will be accessible only in Moodle 3.2 sites, so if you need assistance to firstly upgrade your website, please contact your local Moodle Partner or join the discussions in the Moodle for mobile forum on moodle.org.”
“Some of the new features will be available for earlier versions of Moodle with the Moodle Mobile additional features plugin. To find more information on this, please refer to the Moodle Mobile 3.2 release notes.”
Key new features in Moodle Mobile 3.2 include:
“There are also a number of improvements in Moodle Mobile 3.2 which will help users get more things done directly on their mobile device,” said Juan.
“This includes, performance improvements which will make the mobile app work faster and reduce data consumption on all devices, a redesign of the “My Courses” screen to improve usability and ability to change or update passwords directly on the mobile device.”
“A full list of the improvements in Moodle Mobile 3.2, along with detailed information on the key features mentioned above are now available in our release notes.”
Organisations and institutions can now also access all of the latest functionalities, innovation and stability of Moodle Mobile combined with their own custom branding.
“The Branded Moodle Mobile App is a hassle-free solution for institutions and workplaces that use Moodle to have their courses available to their learners on a mobile app, with their own branding, and have it completely supported and maintained by Moodle,” said Juan.
“To get a Branded Moodle Mobile App, simply call your local Moodle Partner or if you don’t have one, visit moodle.com/mobileapp and we can help you find a Partner.”
To find out about the new features and improvements more detail and to join the conversation on Moodle Mobile 3.2: