This week, we announced the availability of Blackboard Mobile Learn for Android, Blackberry and iPhoneOS, making the mobile learning app available on the most popular smartphones devices. Blackboard Mobile Learn, which was first announced for the iPad in April, recreates the Blackboard learning experience for students and teachers from anywhere. A lot of work went into the development of each of these native applications and for a more detailed perspective on that process, check out this recent blog post from Kayvon on The Mobile Garage.

If you want to see these mobile apps in action, check out these demos for Android, BlackBerry and iPhoneOS. We’re really excited about these innovations and look forward to hearing your thoughts on this blog and next month at BbWorld!

*Note: Blackboard has ended support for the Mobile Learn app. Learn about Blackboard’s mobile strategy and new apps for students and instructors here.

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  • T Smyth

    This is a wonderful attempt at a mobile app for Bb and a good first attempt. But the app will need to be much more robust before it is truly useful. For example, URLs are not active in Announcements; most content areas require “View in browser.” I look forward to the next iterations as they become more robust.

  • AndrewD

    I would like to see the mobile app available on Android devices on other carriers (other than Sprint) since most Android devices run a similar platform already.