iPhone App version 1.1.0 supports IP and student/educator accounts

Published by | Tuesday, May 11th, 2010 iPhone App version 1.1.0 released today, and here’s what’s new:

  • • Site License IP user support for campus-wide and corporate-wide training programs.
  • • Student/educator account support: now students and instructors can log in via their iPhone or iPod Touch to view classes on the go.
  • • Improved error messaging to help members recover from account or system errors, if any.

If you have a previous version of the iPhone App installed, open the App Store app on your iPhone or iPod touch, and click on the Updates icon. It should be listed as an available update in the App Store.

If you haven’t installed the iPhone App yet, head over to our iPhone App page and click on the Download from the App Store button. It will take you directly to the iPhone App page on iTunes.

And yes, we know you want an iPad app! The iPhone App is fully compatible with the iPad, but we highly encourage accessing the web site via the Safari browser on the iPad for optimum viewing and performance for the time being.

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7 Responses to “ iPhone App version 1.1.0 supports IP and student/educator accounts”

  1. Ben says:

    Confusing. You acknowledged high interest expressed by users for an iPad app, but you didn’t really say definitively whether or not one is in the works. I suppose “for the time being” implies that such a version is coming, but if you’re getting swamped with requests, just come out and say “No” or “Yes”, “soon” or “in a few months”.

  2. Chris says:

    iPad native app coming? I hope so!

  3. We do indeed have an iPad app in development, but we do not have a release date yet.

  4. Shannon says:

    Hello. Are you planning on releasing an android app for

  5. James says:

    Been a few months since this posting. Looking forward to that ipad app :)

  6. Paul says:

    Looking forward to Ipad app – iPhone app is so fluid but iPad has better res.

  7. Mike Spillane says:

    Any pland for an android app? Tried on my Galaxy tab for the first time today and the text was unreadable. an app would be great!

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