Articulate Mobile Player

2.0
3.08K reviews
1M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Experience Articulate Storyline courses on your Android device with Articulate Mobile Player. Featuring an elegant, intuitive user interface, Articulate Mobile Player beautifully displays interactive e-learning content created in Articulate Storyline. Tap, swipe, and pinch to interact with rich content, including full-motion video, software simulations, motion paths, drag-and-drop activities, and much more.

Articulate Mobile Player gives you:
- full-screen playback and gesture support
- ability to download content for offline viewing
- single-tap saving to Favorites
- quick access to content you’ve already viewed in your Library
Updated on
Nov 26, 2018

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2.0
3.08K reviews
A Google user
April 30, 2019
Clunky interface, that is not responsive and occasionally freezes. Why does my screen have to turn side ways also?! That means that I have to watch a bland PowerPoint presentation where the instructor talks 20 minutes between slides. It would've be fantastic, if you could use the split screen option, or even adjust the speed of the videos. Fix the gremlins in this app and it could be a good app.
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A Google user
February 14, 2020
I was assigned a course that I needed to take for work. It fails in Chrome, IE, Edge, and Firefox on Windows 10. I opened it on my Android phone, in frustration. Magic... it wanted to launch Articulate. I couldn't see the content because it was too small, so I installed Articulate on my Chromebook. I can open Articulate manually, but there's no place to put my link, and clicking in Chrome doesn't open Articulate.
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A Google user
May 13, 2019
The app is really buggy. I got the same error saying I'm not connected to internet. I've managed to fix it by removing a folder called iOSPlayer using my file manager. The folder is located on a top level same as Downloads, Music, DCIM, etc. This fix works for now.... fingers crossed
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What's new

* Important bug fixes