Cloud-based Flash browser on iPad is designed for students and educators

12/18/2011 12:00:00 AM
iSwifter and Discovery Education today announced "Rover" for classrooms.  Rover enables educators to stream Flash videos, traditionally on classroom PCs, to iPads.  

Additonally,  Discovery Education is partnering with iSwifter to deliver Flash-based learning apps, lesson plans and materials for teachers and students. Parents and students can access the same school-approved content from home.
 
Rover is free and available at the App Store. For more information, visit http://www.theroverapp.com/
 
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