In response to my request last year, the platform purple player folks (Grace) fixed their software to allow storage of the downloaded lessons on media cards (e.g., SDHC cards up to 32GB) in Android smartphones, rather than in the phone device memory itself. This is needed because the available free device memory is usually too small to accommodate the large files involved with the homespun media library. This worked great for a while until the next Android update made it fail again. The purple player folks have since promised to look into the problem but have made no progress for over 6 months. This makes the claim that the lessons can be downloaded and used on smart phones untrue for all practical purposes. While the computer option is still useful and more powerful, I often prefer to use my smartphone for working through the lessons because it is so convenient. Having the smartphone capability and option was one of the biggest reasons I was happy with and sold on the technology. Please pressure platform purple to make this much-needed fix. Last I heard from them they said "We're definitely still working on this, but it has definitely proven difficult given Android's limitations with access to the SD card and the variations with different Android manufacturers." I cannot imagine why it should be so hard to redirect the software to look to card media storage as a first resort or selectable option. Certainly software for the camera and built-in media player on smartphones allow access to the SD card, so why can't purple player?