Using Moodle on iPhone and other mobile devices

Moodle works well using the regular browser on most mobile devices without any app. If you view Moodle using a phone, side blocks usually display at the bottom of the page.



Moodle Mobile

Moodle HQ have developed a Moodle Mobile app which is available through iTunes for IOS and the Google play store for Android. This app appears to have some good features, although we have noticed some limits in functionality for UNE's customised version of Moodle. 

Note: Recent updates to the app have caused some issues - version 3.5 is not recommended. If you have updated to this version, there is a newer release (3.5.1) which appears to be more functional. Updating to this version is recommended.

If you do use an app, Cloud based services such as Dropbox and Google Drive may be beneficial.

Creating a shortcut to Moodle

If you would like to place a shortcut to Moodle onto your smartphone/tablet, simply follow the iPhone, iPad, or Android instructions.

Last modified: Monday, 23 July 2018, 12:20 PM