Google Forms can be used to make mobile friendly reading or listening quizzes for students. You can even have your quizzes set up to grade themselves. This tutorial will cover: How to create a quiz in Google Drive (below); How to set up automatic grading for your quiz; and How to share the quiz with your students.
Creating quizzes in Google Drive is a fairly straight forward process for anyone already using Google services, but I will assume zero experience with Google, and walk through the process step-by-step. Feel free to scroll down to a section which is helpful to you. While the final result works very well in mobile browsers, I recommend making the quiz on a desktop. If you do not yet have a Google Account, you will need to set one up (If you have Gmail, you have a Google account). If you are new to Google services and have questions, you can visit this page.
NOTE: When working in Google Drive, there is no need to save your work. Immediately after making any changes you will see the auto save function at work. Moments later you will see confirmation that your changes have been saved.