Tegrity Mobile

Tegrity Mobile


Free for all Tegrity users, Tegrity Mobile allows you to watch your Tegrity playbacks while you study, no matter where you are.
You can downloading lectures and plays them later on.
You can create or upload short student recording.
Tegrity Mobile for Android is another quality product brought to you by McGraw-Hill Education, Inc.

Recent changes:
New GUI platform
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2.7
User ratings
364
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
1
File size
2842 kb
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About Tegrity Mobile
Free for all Tegrity users, Tegrity Mobile allows you to watch your Tegrity playbacks while you study, no matter where you are.
You can downloading lectures and plays them later on.
You can create or upload short student recording.
Tegrity Mobile for Android is another quality product brought to you by McGraw-Hill Education, Inc.

Recent changes:
New GUI platform

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 14, 2015
Not up to speed The videos aren't uploading. This is bad news when your on a tight summer schedule. Can't have issues like this during a fast paced semester.
A Google User
Jul 12, 2015
Don't plan on skipping around.. I love the convenience of having my lecture recordings at my fingertips, but trying to move backwards or ahead during the video is absolutely horrible. Please fix this!! Otherwise it's a great app.
A Google User
Jun 27, 2015
Locks up with every attempt.
A Google User
May 25, 2015
Works very well I use this app during long drives to listen to lectures. It's a great adjunct to the online desktop tegrity
A Google User
May 19, 2015
Don't want to use it but have to Tegrity is a good idea, but for a company like McGraw-Hill who is making money hand-over-fist off textbooks you'd think they could make a decent android app. I had the app for ipod touch for a prior degree almost 3 years ago and it was better. There are no sort options for lectures. There are no playback speed options (which were on the iOS version three years ago). It would also be nice to see just the ones you've downloaded. Look at any decent podcasting app and that will put you in the right direction.