TabPilot adds support for Android 4.1, Jelly Bean and select third-party tablets

Today TabPilot Learning Systems announced support for Android 4.1, Jelly Bean.
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Today TabPilot Learning Systems announced support for Android 4.1, Jelly Bean. This comes in conjunction with the addition of support for Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet, which runs this latest version of the Android operating system.

In addition to the Nexus 7, TabPilot has announced that they will also be supporting select other third-party tablets, starting with the most popular models found in schools. Schools purchasing non-TabPilot branded devices can request certification of their selected tablet for use with the system.

TabPilot is an Android management system that allows teachers to use their web browsers to access the TabPilot Control Tower, where they configure the apps they want available for student use on the tablets.

The TabPilot system is currently in beta, and the company is offering discounts to early adopters. More information can be found at



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