Yellowdig Launches Mobile App for Android Devices

Philadelphia, PA, May 11, 2015 –(– Today Yellowdig, the leading Instructor–to-Students connectivity software for Higher Education Learning Management Systems, launched its new mobile application for Android Devices. The app is compatible with Android versions 4.0 or later.

“The mobile app is an intuitive and elegant app, optimized for smartphones, mobile phones, and tablets, delivering an amazing and effortless mobile experience for instructors and students on-demand, anytime, and anywhere,” said Ilya Braude, CTO of Yellowdig.

“This is a powerful mobile app which provides students an incredibly convenient option for working with their courses while on the go, whether in an airport lounge, a hotel lobby, on a campus bus, walking back to a dorm, or at a course related event,” said, Scott Barnette, EVP of Sales & Marketing at Yellowdig. “In a very simple way, it allows Instructors and Students to curate, record, and share videos, charts, photographs, articles, reports, presentations, and communicate live with fellow students and their professors in the way they would on their notebooks and desktops.”

The Android app is now available for Free Download from Google Play Yellowdig Mobile.

A mobile app for iOS devices (iphone, iPad) is planned and will be available from the Apple iTunes Store.

About Yellowdig

Yellowdig is a mix between a social network and a course management tool. The Yellowdig platform helps establish knowledge communities, increase students’ knowledge of current affairs related to coursework, dramatically increase classroom participation and streamline communication.

Yellowdig was founded by Shaunak Roy, CEO of Yellowdig and completed pilots in several top universities, including MIT, Wharton School and Columbia Business School and is rapidly expanding its launch at numerous universities across the US.
This is an expanding new market- use of social media is rapidly on the rise in higher education.

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