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Mobile App directs to browser

When I open the mobile app, to see course or course content the app direct me to browser and I can see the content on browser. I think, If the app was sufficient to see everything inside, it would be better than directing browser.

  • Guest
  • Mar 7 2016
  • Released
Country TR
Category Mobile app
  • Mar 14, 2016

    Admin response


    Today the native app features the most used tasks in itslearning, and that requires a transition from the app to the platform.

    We are always working on enhancing the itslearning native app. As part of this work, we are looking into how we can make the transition from the app to the platform run as smoothly as possible. So please stay tuned – change is coming :-) 


    Best regards 


    Product Manager

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  • Steven Theadgold commented
    17 Sep, 2016 03:04pm

    Hi - the latest version of the App (iOS and Android) uses the build in browser. This went live on September 9th.

    Many thanks for the comments.


    Product Manager

  • Bryan Bennett commented
    6 May, 2016 04:39pm

    There are many native apps that have built in browsers for portions of the service that are not built as app functionality yet. For example, when I go into my AT&T cell plan management app, I can access details on my plans and usage, but if I want billing details or I want to make adjustments to my plan, when I click on that button, it takes me to the AT&T website inside a basic, built-in browser. Even though building in full functionality to complete tasks in the app would be helpful, this would actually make it significantly easier and is a good step to get us half way there while the app is being developed more.