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User-friendly learning management system

Published 11/25/2014 and rated Ratingstars4 4 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

Litmos is a learning management system that can be used for a variety of needs, including employee training, certification and compliance, as well as customer and partner channel training. Through the software you can create customized, branded online courses that include all kinds of multimedia content. You can also use the app to sell your courses online and organize live training events. Litmos helps you manage your people and their training through learner profiles, activity feeds, notifications, messaging and feedback tools.

Litmos LMS lets you create all manner of online SCORM certified content, including quizzes, videos libraries, and surveys. You can upload PowerPoint and Keynote presentations along with any kind of file: MP3, PDF, Excel etc. You can also create certificates to be allocated upon course completion. Through learner profiles and unique logins, you can view the complete training history of each learner and a live user activity feed. You can then assign training individually or in bulk to an entire team or group within a department. You can also schedule and allow users to register for Instructor Led Training (ILT) for a blended learning experience.

Litmos provides a number of tools for two-way communication among learners and training providers. These include course feedback messages, in-app group bulk messaging, email integration, and automated notifications triggered by certain training activities such as assessment completion. The LMS app also comes with a range of tracking, reporting and analytics tools. You can track training event attendance, get a real-time overview of all training activity, and generate learner progress reports, as well as team-based reporting.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Litmos is a CallidusCloud company headquartered in Silicon Valley. The LMS app currently has over a million users in more than 130 countries and 22 languages. The company’s mission is to provide learning technology that can be used with ease by any user within any organization and on any device. Litmus serves companies of all sizes, and some of its more well known users include Samsung, YouTube, Xero, Box, Zumba and ExactTarget.

What are the differences to other apps?

Litmos’ set of features are flexible, scalable and can meet the needs of any company or training provider big or small. For large organizations with a lot of learners, Litmos creates a smoother user experience with features such as bulk importing of 5, 000 learners at a time, and tools for organizing Instructor Led Training and blended learning.

Litmos also makes it easy to sell courses and training events online with a Shopify and PayPal integration, as well as an integration with over 35 banks via The ability to assign team and group training, to access courses via mobile devices, and to report on performance are all additional features that make Litmos stand out.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The Litmos app uses a clean and clear interface with a no-nonsense grey and white theme. There is a navigational bar on the right-hand side of the page with familiar icons leading to all the main features. You can add custom branding to create a familiar user experience with your own website address, logos, colors and branded emails. The app is intuitive with self-explanatory calls-to-action such as “Create a new course” , “Add a new person to this team”, “Create a new session”, etc. The analytics tools offers straightforward graphs and charts with quick access to a number of reports.

How does the registration process work?

You can register for a free trial of Litmus via their website homepage by clicking on the “Start Free Trial” button on the top right-hand corner of the page. This leads you to a form that you need to fill out with your name, work email, company name and desired Litmos web address. You then click on “Create my account” to get started using Litmos for free.

What does it cost to use the application?

Litmos pricing is dependent on the number of active users.


For 150-500 active users, $3/user/month. For 500-1000 active users, $2/user/month. For over 1000 - 1M users, contact Litmos.


For 150-500 active users, $5/user/month. For 500-1000 active users, $4/user/month. For over 1000 - 1M users, contact Litmos.

A 14-day free trial is available, as are custom-priced add ons.

Who would you recommend the application to?

The Litmos LMS app can be used by both SMBs as well as large enterprises, providing a learning management solution for teams from 25 to 2000-plus employees. The app is not exclusively used by any one industry, but instead is used by all kinds of sectors, from bio-tech, healthcare, legal, and transportation to entrepreneurs, start-ups and non-profits. The app is suitable for anyone looking to cut down on outsourced training costs and who wants to provide branded, tailored and blended training experiences to their staff, clients and partners. Litmos is also easy to master for technical and non-technical users alike.

  • Create SCORM certified, branded online courses with any kind of multimedia or file type
  • Create individual learner profiles and logins and see a real-time user activity feed
  • Assign courses and training programs to individuals, teams, department or supervisors
  • Track course and assignment progress of individuals and teams, see reports and visual analytics
  • Use group messaging, feedback messages, and notifications to keep all learning transparent
  • Schedule and track live training events for Instructor Led Training (ILT) and blended learning
  • Sell courses and training events online with PayPal, Shopify and multiple bank integrations

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