University of Phoenix Mobile

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  • Last update: 3 years ago
  • Version: 3.4
  • Size: 21.9 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Apollo Group Inc.
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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University of Phoenix Mobile Description

It is important for students to remain connected to their teachers, classmates as well as the different college activities all the time. The University of Phoenix Mobile app allows the students to access all the relevant information such as their syllabi and grades, class rosters and learning teams, and university workshops.

You can also view, edit and save drafts, add and reply to discussions and threads. This app plays a valuable role in helping the students organize their days and be always updated with all that is happening in their class.

Pros

The University of Phoenix Mobile app allows the students to view their grades and syllabus; the users can receive real-time alerts when the instructors or classmates make posts; it helps in improving communication.

Cons

The user interface has dated design; there are problems with the download of documents from the app; the discussions are not well presented.


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3 Comments


  • B
    BratisBeautiful
    iTunes
    I found the app functional to a degree. It has allowed me to look up my assignments and post quick messages on topics. So yes, it does work. I don't understand why it is not so much better. It is stuck in the iPhone format. It has not been formatted for iPad and is less functional on one. Entering input into any discussion or form is sluggish. I type very fast on my iPad and iPhone for that matter and the application simply does not keep up. It will miss letters. Letters that are pressed because I can see the iPhone graphic of the key press, but just do not make it to the Application because it seems to be just a little behind the timing. An iPad Optimization would allow you to utilize multiple sections of the screen, instead every action consumes the entire screen because it is just an iPhone app. It gets worse for me because I have an iPad Pro. I utilize it to do my school work all the time, but there is no iPad support, much less iPad Pro support. Split screen support would allow me to have my Ebook open and my discussion topics. Or my assignment and Pages. University of Phoenix used to be renowned for being one of the first online colleges and they have continually tried to stay competitive and advance with technology. I find it very disappointing that there is no additional support for their mobile application. Every time the App gets updated, I hope that they have made changes to improve it. It has been years and it has not happened. I look forward to the day when I can fully utilize this app on my iPad Pro. I also expect that day to never come.
  • MM
    Ms Marliz
    iTunes
    I will have to agree worth Angelica. You cannot access class messages or view the instructor's or school's policies. You cannot access the academic or financial advisors' contact information. You cannot download documents from the app or view electronic materials. The option to upload from the phone would be helpful as well. Furthermore, with discussion posts, there is no option to edit the title of the post, which is required by some instructors. It would also help if users are given the option to view all flagged posts to better and quicker accessibility. I do like that you can view substantial posts and draft messages; and have access to grades and the class roster to include learning teams, and the notifications for class activities. However, another suggestion is the ability to view degree progress such as next scheduled classes, current GPA, and how many credits/courses remaining on degree plan. In summation, the application will need more improvement!
  • f
    fatpindley
    iTunes
    I don't understand how the designers thought this app would be functional. It has to be one of the worse UX designs I have ever used, and that's sad from a school that pioneered online education. In particular, the discussions are the worst, yet it's probably the most needed feature for the mobile platform. Designers: try to navigate through a discussion forum split 4 ways with 20 replies. A more focused test- open the app via notification on that same thread and try to figure out who they are replying to and what was said before them. This might be spill over from the website structure that this app has to interface with, which is barely tolerable itself. Honestly, I think UOP needs to start from scratch on both platforms.

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