Sandbox Web Browser & RabbleBrowser from Float Mobile Learning

FREE for a limited time – 2 great web browsing/sharing tools from Float Mobile Learning. Check them out while they are FREE. ūüôā

sandbox

Sandbox Web Browser allows teachers/administrators to customize the appearance of the user interface on students’ devices. By using Sandbox, teachers can restrict students to a predetermined list of websites (called a whitelist) – perfect for classroom research.¬†Bookmarks for approved sites can also be added. A¬†passcode is set to prevent students from changing the settings. Sandbox¬†also returns to a preset home page when the device goes idle.¬†This app can be used to configure an individual device or it can be used to configure multiple devices by using a property list file. The app includes extensive instructions for configuring¬†Sandbox¬†to meet the specific your needs. It¬†also includes instructions for restricting access to Safari, the App Store, You Tube, and other built-in apps through your device.

Download link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sandbox-web-browser/id562054411?mt=8&uo=4

rabble

RabbleBrowser is a collaborative web browsing and file sharing tool. A teacher or student leader can facilitate a shared web-browsing/file-sharing experience with an unlimited number of locally connected others in their group. Other features of this app include: integrating chats, saving bookmarks, sharing of personal files, social sharing via email/Facebook/Twitter, and printing. This app looks fantastic for teacher collaboration Рmeetings, professional development days, college classes, etc.

Download link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rabblebrowser/id432616026?mt=8&uo=4

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