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Tonee commented on Kytabu - The Entire Curriculum At Hand.

Hi Andy, thanks for the compliment. We thought it would be smart to go to publishers with KICD approved content already and get their content on our application instead of going the other way around where we get content first then go through the KICD. We are currently on Andriod and still working on a Windows app before the year end. We also have a webbox (google that) solution that can be plugged into any Tv with composite cables. This is also currently ready as well.

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Tonee commented on Kytabu - The Entire Curriculum At Hand.

Thanks for the comment Muzabel.
Two parts to your comment so let me start with the second. Kytabu works on two premises: first, internet connectivity through Wi-Max or other Wi-Fi/LAN is unavailable or spotty at best. The SIM card's sole purpose is to replace that and be the connectivity gateway. The second one is the cost of connectivity is high as well. So how do we reduce or eliminate that..we pre-install as much as we can.

So to answer your question, yes the SIM card is the more convenient and helps with processing mobile money payments as well. On your organization, we would look at what content you would like to distribute to your target market on our application and we would gather that and batch create the microSD cards with that information together with what Kytabu already has. And that would be it. Now you can distribute content ready devices whether they are dongles/modems, tablets or webboxes.

Thanks again,
Tonee

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Tonee commented on The peer-to-peer, self-guided learning platform.

Hey Bodo. Super intersting flow here. Seeing your presentations and it looks like we are on the same track though not the same products. Look at http://kytabu.org and tell me if anything strikes a familiar and collaborative cord :-)