Morton, Ill. – April 19, 2012 – Float Mobile Learning announced today the release of RabbleBrowser™ version 2.5, a collaborative Web browser for the Apple iPad.
Available for download from the iTunes App Store, RabbleBrowser™ 2.5 allows a facilitator to lead an unlimited number of people through a Web browsing session or demonstration on iPads connected through a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network. The latest version of the app incorporates user voting and private chat tools. Hosts are also given greater control with the added option to prevent disconnects, enable or disable navigation and much more.
Participants are presented with thumbs-up and thumbs-down icons that can be toggled to indicate level of approval or agreement, which is displayed to the session leader in real time. Session leaders have the option of configuring VGA output to project the screen in the event that all participants do not have an iPad, and the use of each iPad’s own Wi-Fi means a faster browsing experience.
Other features of RabbleBrowser™ 2.5 include:
- Content sharing via Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and email
- File storage and sharing via Dropbox
- Group and private chat features
- Bookmark saving and editing
- Video, photo and other multimedia sharing among iPads
- Document printing with AirPrint
- Exportable URL logs, chat logs and file transfers
“This latest version of RabbleBrowser was designed with feedback from our users in mind,” said Chad Udell, managing director of Float Mobile Learning. “Users enjoy the app’s functionality and utility in a wide variety of settings, and these new features increase the level of social interaction as users engage with the content.”
Designed for use in academic, professional or other settings, RabbleBrowser™ 2.5 is ideal as a collaborative browsing tool or presentation aid in classrooms, meetings and trade shows.
RabbleBrowser™ is available for purchase in the App Store for $2.99.
About Float Mobile Learning
Float’s team of experts combines strategy, mobile app development, and eLearning to guide organizations by harnessing the unique power of mobile technology. Founded in 2010, Float works with industry leaders such as Caterpillar Inc., Pioneer Hi-Bred, GROWMARK, and Wiley Publishing Inc. to strategize and develop mobile learning initiatives. To learn more, please visit http://floatlearning.com.