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Mobile-learning (m-learning) is not a new word in education nowadays, since it can be carried out time and space independently. However, it is difficult to be used for systematic study. In the other hand, Web2.0 has been prevailed in internet. The most outstanding traits of Web2.0 are harnessing collective intelligence, centering on individual and self-organization, which can increase learners' initiative and enthusiasm. Hence, we propose an idea of integrating Web2.0 into m-learning, which will be more efficient to attract learners' attention for periodical m-learning, and knowledge can be shared and recreated better. According to this idea, a m-learning application platform and a system framework based on Web2.0 is presented in this paper.