Notice to Users:
This Echo360 online help site (help.echo360.org) is being replaced.
Feel free to begin using the new online resource center at support.echo360.com.
Please redirect any help links you may have configured to point to the resource center. This existing help site will be taken down at the end of January 2018.
Echo360 has developed mobile applications that allow Instructors and Students to view classes, including both videos and presentations, and to upload videos to your library using your smartphone or tablet. The mobile apps do not support administrator functionality.
The Android app is supported on Android 4.1 and higher. It is available from the Google Play store:
The iOS app is supported on iOS 9.1 or later. It is available from the iTunes App store:
The Windows Mobile app is supported on Windows 10 PC and Windows 10 Mobile devices, as well as on XBox One. It is available from the Windows App store:
While the interfaces between the apps differs slightly, the functionality and basic navigation as described in these topics is the same.
Mobile App login process has changed: If you have used the Mobile Apps before, you will notice a change to the login process. In the new version, the App will request your email address. It then checks to see if your institution uses a single-sign-on (SSO) solution to authorize you for Echo360.
- If your institution uses SSO, a login page appears, similar to the one you typically use to log into your institution portal or other authorization process. Enter your institution credentials.
- Otherwise, the Echo360 login page appears, requesting your email address and your Echo360 password.
- If you typically access Echo360 through an LMS, you will need to create an Echo360 password to use the app. Your Echo360 login will use your LMS/Institution email address. See Using the Echo360 Mobile App for instructions.