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ISTE 2012 NEWS: myON Reader Optimized for Mobile Platforms

Capstone Digital announces new mobile capabilities that make myON™ accessible through virtually every mobile platform, including the iPad® and Android™-powered tablets.
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Capstone Digital, developer of personalized learning environments for students, announces new mobile capabilities that make myON™ accessible through virtually every mobile platform, including the iPad® and Android™-powered tablets.

With this new mobile device compatibility, students, educators and parents may now access the myON reader personalized literacy environment through Macs, PCs, iPads, Kindle Fire tablets and most Android devices equipped with Android OS version 3.0 or higher. Once securely logged in through myON.com, users gain full access to more than 2,600 books with multimedia supports such as embedded dictionary, highlighting and audio.

For more information, visit www.thefutureinreading.com/mobile.

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