NOTE: This official Moodle app will ONLY work with Moodle sites that have been set up to allow it. Please talk to your Moodle administrator if you have any problems connecting.
If your Moodle site has been configured correctly, you can use this app to:
• browse the content of your courses, even when offline
• receive instant notifications of messages and other events
• quickly find and contact other people in your courses
• upload images, audio, videos and other files from your mobile device
• view your course grades
• and more!
Please see http://docs.moodle.org/en/Mobile_app for all the latest information.
We’d really appreciate your feedback on what else you want this app to do!
New features and improvements are:
• Support for push notifications with enhanced end-to-end privacy
• WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility compliance
• Users can edit and delete glossary entries in the Moodle App.
• Teachers can access course grades in the Moodle App.
• H5P activity "Save content state" support
• Support for new Database template fields
• Course page improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Great app, two suggestions for improvements.
This semester I have used the app for all my classes. Overall it worked well and was very practical. At times, uploading large files worked faster through data instead of WiFi. Two suggestions come to mind: First, there are no tabs available for course mail. I realize having email programs within the app may be asking a lot. A page with a link similar to ‘open in browser’ options available throughout the app would help, as it seems that the mail tab at the top of the website and course mail (link that comes up in the course menu on the right of the website) are separate from one another. Second, for assignment deadlines posted by teachers, would it be possible to include the time zone of the location of the school. Example: assignment due 4pm EST, Wednesday October 14th 2020. Instead of only 4pm. The reason being, when taking a class from outside the time zone of the school, the device or app may post the time zone in which the student is instead, creating confusion. Often times the teacher will request assignments to be submitted earlier than class time on the day of. For this reason, knowing exactly when helps better planning accordingly. Unless I am mistaken, I thought it was a feature of the previous version of the app/ website. In any case the clearer it is, the better. I do love having the app on the devices, phone and tablet.
I am a big fan of the redesign; it makes the app feel and run smoother! The side arrow that follows you through the pages for the side menus, however, is not it and not a suitable placement. I am a student, so this is just my perspective but coming from the old iterations of the app, I would have to default to using the website, and now the app is more usable, and the thing I needed to use the website for I can complete in the app without problem. It would be nice to see better push notification integration. Overall the redesign is giving me high hopes because I thought the creators were just gone and left to fix just simple significant errors, but that’s about it. This is a nice change! Where design is being addressed but as well functionality was not a second thought to design.
Why'd you have to make it harder to find stuff?
FIRST I want to say that I love that the "There are no discussions yet in this forum" button no longer prevents me from expanding the discussion prompt. The reat of my review starts here: Someone woke up and thought: "Let's make the layout more compact and move everything into menus where they aren't just readily available where people don't have to search to find it! :D" Why though? Now it takes longer to find my course content and it's a lot less easy-on-the-eyes than it was before. I'm keeping it at 3 because I still need it for school, when I can find stuff. Even on the Dashboard, there's just an empty space under the classes and you still have to pull out the sidebar to find anything that used to be there except squished into a box that isn't quite as wide as the screen.. Because I sure do love my mostly blank pages. The courses I might be able to get used to. The huge course title covering half the screen and making it awkward to scroll is annoying for now but not enough to complain too much I guess and I'll probabl get used to it eventually. The new layout of the courses isn't that bad, just new. Someone distracting, but not entirely nonsensical for the most part.
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- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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