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Pyxis Mobile Offers Native Android Support


Mobile application platform developer Pyxis Mobile has launched Version 7.1 of its software suite, which features native support for Google’s Android operating system.

According to Todd Christy, President and CTO of Pyxis Mobile, “The explosive growth of the Android OS is a clear indicator that the enterprise needs to expand its mobility strategy to include support for end users who have adopted these new devices.”

Pyxis Mobile makes it possible for enterprises to leverage the excitement around new devices by providing users with valuable business applications that run on the devices that they chose. Rather than custom developing applications for each device operating system separately, Pyxis Mobile’s customers use the company’s platform software to deliver packaged rich client applications that automatically run natively across many devices.

Other features in Pyxis Mobile 7.1 include multiplatform image and styling consistency, configurable screen transitions, rich and interactive usage reporting, video support, highly flexible push, and much more. These features are configured once in Application Studio and available immediately across supported mobile devices.


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