Android App Gets a Makeover

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January 22nd, 2014
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edmodo_devices_androidonly-1To create a seamless mobile experience in (and out of) the classroom, we’ve completely redesigned the native Edmodo app for Android users. Available worldwide through Google Play, this version includes a more user-friendly look and feel that’s consistent across all the places (and devices) where you use Edmodo.

Inspired by the functionality of our web version, the new Android app design introduces some fresh, new features:

  • Best User Experience Yet. You know your classroom inside and out. With a customizable toolbar and an instinctual layout, the redesign will feel just as familiar.
  • Anytime, Anywhere Notifications. With a single swipe, getting the latest updates on assignments, groups, posts, and more has never been simpler.
  • Progress in One Place. View, follow, and grade every assignment for every student in all your groups for easy performance tracking.
  • Multi-Language Support. Now offering British English, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, and Spanish, and automatically adjusts to your device’s language settings.

Plus, all the Edmodo features you use most on mobile:

Have an Android device? Download our latest app today!

Already have the new version and need support? Visit our Help Center.


App Screenshots: Click to enlarge

Communication StreamMenu barNotificationsLibraryAssignment Overview


7 Responses to “Android App Gets a Makeover”

  1. Chris Fry says:

    The app is great for being in touch with what is happening in your groups on Edmodo, but unless students also log on at a computer, they will never see the feedback teachers give them on their assignments.

    Looking at one example of an assignment turned in by an excellent student, I found that there were 6 comments made by me and him and none of these are visible on the app. He clearly used a computer, whereas the students who never get back to me about my feedback may have never seen it as they are ONLY using the app.

    Sadly, the same thing happens with the Mobile browser version.

    My recommendation to my students is to use Chrome or Firefox on a computer, although this goes right against students expectation to do everything on the go.

  2. Jennifer Stepp says:

    Students can’t see folders that I share with them from their backpacks.

  3. Does the new app support edmodo quizzes? I would start using edmodo again if my students could take quizzes on their mobile devices.

  4. Robert Guerra says:

    why isn’t there an app for windows phone?

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