mTouch 2.0.1 and mTouch+ 2.0.1 released (Now supporting Photo uploads)

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mTouch 2.0.1 and mTouch+ 2.0.1 (for iPad) are both now available in the Apple App Store (as of today, 4/1/2011).  These newest releases from PragmaTouch and Ali Özgür have addressed a few bugs and have continued to innovate the product to support more Moodle features.

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Here’s a full list of what you can expect for changes if you upgrade to mTouch 2.0.1:

  • 3G connectivity bug fixed
  • Moodle 2 Support
  • User interface improvements
  • Stability bug fixes
  • Open documents from other apps and send documents to other apps
  • Take photos and upload to Moodle
  • Upload saved photos to Moodle
  • Download files from web and upload them to Moodle
  • New theme named SmallerFont a variant of the default theme
  • Login to Moodle from https and access content through http

The new photo/picture features seem promising and more in tune with the vision that Moodle HQ has put forth for their own official app.

For more information or to purchase/download visit

  • mTouch
  • mTouch+
  • You may also be interested in mTouch-U, a universal app for Moodle which can be used on Android as well.

Please note that Moodlenews has not tested this newest release (but we have utilized mTouch and mTouch+ in the past both on iPad and iPod Touch).  Visit http://moodlenews.com/mobile for more information and reviews.

4 COMMENTS

  1. mTouch+, iPad version of our app, is temporarily unavailabe on the appstore because of a minor issue in our latest update (2.0.1) which had potential of effecting only our existing users after updating to latest version. We have resolved the problem and submitted a new update (2.0.2) to the AppStore and we expect mTouch+ 2.0.2 to be available again on all appstores worldwide within couple of days.

    mTouch, the iPhone and iPod touch version of our app, does not have the mentioned issue and is available on all appstores worldwide. mTouch-U is also accessible from http://mTouch.pragmasql.com and provides service with no problems.

    We will share release information from our web site at http://www.moodletouch.com and leave comment on moodlenews.

  2. What is the benefit of using mTouch on my iPad over a web browser?

    I guess I’m wonder from a student and a teacher point of view?

  3. Peter, one simple reason is uploading from mobile safari is not possible. Multiple views, copy paste buffer, document support ( share docs with other apps) distilled content can be listed as other features.

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