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TabPilot offers free and paid versions, new features

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Today, TabPilot Learning Systems officially launched version 1.0 of its classroom tablet management system after several months of beta testing.  The company now offers a free version for managing a limited number of tablets, in addition to its paid offering.  The Launch & Lock tablet interface is now available in the Google Play store and schools can sign up for their free account on the company’s web site.  A free 30-day trial of the full version is also available.

TabPilot Tablet Manager allows teachers to lock down a whole group of tablets by choosing the specific apps that students may access during class. The cloud-based system also functions as an app distribution system with the ability to remotely install or remove apps from a group of devices wirelessly. 

More information can be found on the company web site at www.TabPilot.com.

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