Update to Eliademy for Android Brings Better Mobile Learning Experience

As many in the community might have figured out through a few social media posts last week, some of us in the Eliademy team have been in a global conference of business school instructors in the last week in Salt Lake City. We had a chance to introduce our e-learning platform to these instructors and how they can benefit from a classroom in the cloud. Our learning experience will be shared with the community in few hours.
However, we do not cease to bring improvements to Eliademy and we are happy to announce a few updates to Huxley, our mobile application.
Auto Login into Eliademy on Android
We have had complains about the request to always login each time you access Eliademy through a mobile phone. Good news! This has been resolved and you can now be auto logged in if you did not deliberately sign out of the application.
Google and Facebook Login on Android 
With Facebook credentials, existing users can now login into Eliademy on the mobile application. Furthermore, a user can now login with Google username provided a password reset has been done earlier via Eliademy on the web in order to create a new password for the Google username.
Eliademy is Now Optimized for Tablets
Eliademy application in the Google Play store can now be downloaded on tablet devices that runs the Android operating system.
If you do not already have the mobile application, you can download it through this link and share with colleagues who might benefit from the application
These are the few updates for you as of today and we hope to bring even more before the end of the week. Stay tuned.
On behalf of the Eliademy team,