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gomo 2.2 – beautiful multi-device e-learning development just got even better, faster, easier…

gomo 2.2 – beautiful multi-device e-learning development just got even better, faster, easier…

In August, we introduced gomo 2.1 to you, the first major update to our multi-device authoring tool – just three months after its initial release. We’re…

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The multi-device world of gomo

The multi-device world of gomo

gomo is a multi-device authoring tool, producing content that works seamlessly across desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. gomo content automatically responds to the size of…

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Publish learning anywhere, easier than ever

Publish learning anywhere, easier than ever

Last week, we looked at when to consider both web and native apps for your learning. We’re following up with a look at the options…

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Web or native apps for learning, which route should you take?

Web or native apps for learning, which route should you take?

Despite the significant advances in multi-device learning design over the last few years, there are still plenty of question marks around when and how web…

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What does the rise of the phablet mean for multi-device learning?

What does the rise of the phablet mean for multi-device learning?

A phablet is a half-smartphone/ half-tablet hybrid. It has the connectivity through 3g and 4g networks that a traditional smartphone has, but a screen size…

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Future proof mobile learning

Future proof mobile learning

With the latest Apple iPhone expected to be released to the world next week, rumours, leaked images and predictions are circulating tech blogs like wildfire.…

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gomo authoring tool is now available via the Google Chrome store

gomo authoring tool is now available via the Google Chrome store

If Google Chrome is your browser of choice (which is highly likely according to the latest W3 schools stats), then we are pleased to announce…

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Have you considered a mobile learning strategy?

Have you considered a mobile learning strategy?

Creating mobile learning is all well and good, but jumping straight into it can cause a whole host of problems in the long run. It…

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