Make this a mobile app
It would be nice if you created a moblie app for iOS and android. Even a mobile version of the website would be appreciated. I try to access my feedback from peers from the website via my smartphone, but it is difficult to navigate the site, or view feedback at all.
Hi. I have a Samsung phone. I am surprised that I can't use Kaizena on it as there is no mobile app for phones using Android. Are there any plans to create an Android mobile app?
Gretchen Pitts commented
Did the ultimate oops - recorded notes for my 5th grade writers at home via Google Docs and Kaizena, only to get to school and figure out that they cannot access them on their android tablets. Not finding a way to put the add-on on their Google Docs app/account via the mobile device! So sad - they were excited to hear their feedback! Any tips?
Can we PLEASE make this simpatico with apple? This could be a huge help for teachers with students, particularly those with special needs.
AdminKaizena Team (Admin, Kaizena) commented
Hi Everyone - it's currently possible for students to receive their feedback using an iPad. Recording feedback is not possible due to Apple's limitations.
Just wrote a support article for anyone who wants their students to get feedback on an iPad: http://kaizena.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/448930-using-kaizena-with-ipads
It is BEYOND FRUSTRATING that Kaizena doesn't allow access to the iPad microphone. You'd think that would be an obvious capability with the recording device built in.
I would LOVE to be able to grade papers with Kaizena on my iPad. Ear buds with a mic and a stylus would make grading SUPER easy!
I agree. I have a 1:1 program going on right now. I have tested it and it seems to "kind of" work. If I go to GoogleDrive to look at my doc and view comments, I'm unable to click on the Kaizena link from the Google comment area. However, if the teacher chooses to send an email to the student, they can click on the link from the email and see the comments that way.
Would love to see more iPad functionality though.