Mobile learning management systems are mobile learning and training platforms to assist with learning on the move. Sales teams, marketing agents, and all on-field job roles have traditionally always missed out on the luxury of training and developing their skills. This is why the need for a mobile learning management system to support their neglected training needs arose. However, they weren’t the only job roles to benefit from the mobile training revolution. Almost all modern job roles and functions had something to gain from a mobile LMS platform. This is true because modern employees are short on time, which restricts their ability to access training. In essence, training and development was looked down upon by employees as a time consuming burden.

However, with the advent of the mobile LMS, easily accessible training became a reality. Training was now attractive to employees, and corporates found a new way to promote training.  Also, with increase in the number of smartphone users, learning on-the-go as an option gained popularity. Hence, for an organization, it is important to focus on learning management systems that support mobile applications.

Our mobile LMS is based on a mobile-first design approach. A mobile-first approach is the most efficient way of designing a mobile learning platform. It is a process in which the mobile web application version of the LMS is designed first, followed by a full-scale version for the desktop/PC.

Mobile-first design approach ensures that all the features needed by an LMS to operate on a mobile device are first built into the learning management system. This way, the LMS functions flawlessly on mobile devices of all types.

At Abara, we follow this process which makes our LMS one of the best mobile learning management systems. But, that doesn’t mean our desktop version lacks any features!

After ensuring that only the needed features are built into the mobile learning platform, we proceed to design and build our desktop version. However, this time, for our desktop version, we included all the additional training features that an LMS may need. This way, both our mobile and desktop LMS are good in their respective places.

Ui and ux in mobile learning

UI and UX in Mobile Learning

UI and UX that add to your mobile learning experience:

At Abara, our focus on functional design is primary. Adhering to our beliefs, Abara’s mobile learning management system sports a futuristic UI and a mobile-optimised UX designed for mobile devices that looks good and functions even better.

A well planned UI and UX makes the most of the limited screen space on mobile devices. The UI of a mobile learning platform must house only the most important buttons and actions that directly aid in either administrative or learner-based activities. Abara’s mobile LMS application ensures minimum visual clutter to maximise navigation.

The UX of a mobile learning platform should ensure seamless navigation supported by minimum clicks to accomplish an action. This combination of a UI and UX makes our LMS the best mobile learning software for your sales teams.

Lightweight Mobile LMS

Lightweight Mobile LMS:

Abara’s mobile learning platform is a lightweight 10 MB application to support mobile training. This allows our mobile LMS works with flawless precision even under minimal data coverage. This is the result of sporting minimal but only the most important features that a mobile web application needs to train learners. We save bandwidth by avoiding unrequired mobile data draining features.

When selecting a mobile learning management system, an application that supports only the needed learning features, guarantees your LMS web application’s ability to stay lightweight and wieldy under all circumstances.

Offline Mobile Learning

Offline mobile learning:

Abara’s mobile learning software also sports a ‘learn offline’ feature where field agents can access training when offline.

Dedicated learner and administrator sides

Dedicated Learner and Administrator Sides

Dedicated learner and administrator sides:

Our mobile learning management system comes with an administrator’s and a learner’s side interface. By differentiating the two halves of the mobile application, learners are not confused or distracted by features meant for the administrator.

The application is also highly responsive which allows administrators to add and remove courses, learners, and events using a mobile tab!

Administrators Side Dashboard Houses Learner’s Side Dashboard Houses
Courses not started My courses
In progress Announcements
Completed My progress
Not completed Upcoming courses
My leader boards

Both sides are freely able to communicate with each other via emails, notifications, and push-to-send options.

Furthermore, by splitting the two sides—administrator and learner—we are able to keep Abara’s interface clutter free, easy to navigate, and functional.

The number of smartphones users globally will touch 2.87 billion in the next one year, this increase in access brings with it the ability to train even more people for whom training was once a distant dream.

Upwards of 42% corporates are already taking advantage of eLearning and technology-based training to increase revenue. As a result of which organizations have also reported an increased contribution of 26% per employee. Making mobile-based learning accessible will increase these figures.

We are constantly working towards this dream of a mobile-enabled learning space where individuals access training essential for their betterment in an instance. Our learning management system built for the mobile phone is designed for organizations such as yours. Get in touch with us at or click here to schedule a call-back + demo! Also, try our LMS for thirty-days, it is absolutely free! We also build custom mobile-optimized eLearning courses. To know more, visit!

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