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New Pyxis Mobile Release Offers iPad Support


Pyxis Mobile has launched version 7.2 of their mobile enterprise application platform software suite. With tremendous growth in the market for tablet devices, release 7.2 meets customer demand for iPad and the highly anticipated Android tablets.

“Demand for the iPad and other tablets is skyrocketing among our customers,” said Todd Christy, President and CTO of Pyxis Mobile. “Release 7.2 radically advances our tablet capabilities, allowing our customers to deploy rich, native tablet apps with powerful features like signature capture, mapping, universal search and more.”

The company’s platform software offers rich client applications that are engaging and interactive, while providing enterprise-grade secure connectivity.

Other features in Pyxis Mobile 7.2 include:

  • Enhanced Android capabilities to match current iOS and BlackBerry features
  • Guest access
  • Unread indicators
  • Python scripting for data integration
  • Signature capture

These features are configured once in Application Studio, with no coding or compilation, and available immediately across all supported mobile devices and tablets.


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