It seems like Google is in the mood for giving this summer because they are dishing out user centred updates to their products left and right. And the biggest winners out of all of this are the consumers. Google just announced the Google play for education feature that is designed to simplify how teachers engage with their students. Google play for education is an extension of the Google play but it is specifically targeted for schools. Like most of the Google products, Google play for education is going to be initially available in the US but my guts tells me that it is going to be rolled out to the rest of the world in the near future.
Below is a video to the first experiment of the Google play for education as demonstrated by several public schools in the US.
Google play for education can be a very useful tool for schools all over the world, especially schools in the developing nations where technology is starting to be embraced by many. Google play for education is going to have different apps, books and educational videos that are approved by the teachers. At the moment the Google play for education is going to be available on the Nexus 7 tablets, ASUS transformer pad and HP slate 8 tablet. The tablets allow teachers to setup classrooms effortlessly and in a few steps. Google play for education is available on Google affiliated tablets only at the moments and the prices for the tablets start from $229.
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