Based on a review of 190 authoring tools, gomo was revealed as one of the Top 5 authoring tools during Weiss’ seminar at Devlearn last week in Las Vegas, Nevada. The full list can be seen at edocr.com.
gomo 2.2, which was launched at Devlearn, comes with a cluster of new features and improvements to make cloud-based, multi-device e-learning content more effortless, intuitive and beautiful than ever before. It allows Teams and individuals to build, collaborate and publish their own e-learning content for as little as £49/ $89 a month.
Commenting on the result, Managing Director Mike Alcock said “We've had a fabulous six months since we launched our multi-device software. For a brand-new product like gomo to be acknowledged by an industry thought leader as one of the top five authoring tools of 2014 is a great way to top it off."
To read more about gomo and to find out how it can benefit e-learning development, visit the gomo website.