“It’s cool,” Brian said.
“But the thing I like most about it,” he continued, “it’s got this…little quiz for you to take.” The assessment helps those interested in mobile learning decide whether to build the app using the mobile web or using native technologies. “So it’s actually got application features to it. It’s not just a glossary or resource list,” Brian said.
Judy liked the ‘Ideas’ section, designed to generate ideas for individuals or groups looking to delve into mobile apps. “It’s kind of like an oblique strategies thing,” she said.
The Primer app was featured alongside several other learning apps in ToolBar Episode #5 and has scores of glossary terms to help initiate anyone new to mobile learning, as well as more than two dozen examples of mobile learning applications.
Recently, Float updated the Primer app to version 1.1 in order to fix issues with the readiness assessment related to iOS5, as well as to support Honeycomb users. Download the Primer app now>>
“(The Primer app and RabbleBrowser are) both free,” Brian said. “So there’s no reason you shouldn’t download these and try them out.”
Please note: Since this episode aired, RabbleBrowser is now $1.99.
(Image retrieved from The ToolBar on Facebook.)
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