Two of Float Mobile Learning’s apps were mentioned in a recent Forbes article highlighting 10 apps to make your business more productive in 2013. Specifically, Forbes contributor David K. Williams called out RabbleBrowser and Tappestry.
RabbleBrowser is a collaborative Web browser for the iPad, available for $2.99 and eligible for volume purchasing and educational discounts. RabbleBrowser lets users connect to a browsing session on the same Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network in order to view and share content like Web sites, PDFs and more, including Dropbox files. The app is available in five languages – English, Japanese, French, Spanish and Italian.
Tappestry is the enterprise social network for learning. Multiple sources point to research that suggests as much as 90 percent of what we learn has been learned informally through our peers, colleagues, and mentors. Built on the Tin Can API, Tappestry is a way to capture that information. Tappestry is available for free on iOS, Android and the Web. Enterprises have a number of customized options available, and those interested can sign up for a free trial.
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