SmartPhone Accessability

My organization currently uses Storyline to publish elearning modules for "customers". Our customers are church volunteers who work with kids. These adult volunteers are accessing our training content on a needs and learner-driven basis. We are being tasked with taking our training mobile which means it needs to be accessible on a variety of tablets and phones (not just iPad). How can we go about converting/creating modules for these platforms? Does Articulate have plans for SmartPhone usability? Can Articulate modules be delivered through an App?  I'm sure these are huge questions and I don't begin to understand the technology behind it...but am interested in some advice for how we go about this. Thanks!

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Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Kristen,

We currently have a mobile player that is built for the iPad, and you can download it from the Apple iTunes stores or you can published for HTML5 and accessed it through the iPad/iPhone in mobile safari (which is supported). For more information on viewing content in the iPad app or HTML5 you'll want to review this tutorial. You'll also want to review this chart which compares features and how they'll work in HTML5, the mobile player or Flash.  Also, although we don't officially support Android, there are some other users who have mentioned that they're able to use it on their Android devices.