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K Alliance Releases New iPad App for iOS 7

TAMPA, Fla., July 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- K Alliance today released its first course, Excel 2010 Basic, on iTunes. With this launch, K Alliance has now enabled Apple users to benefit from their select IT and desktop applications training courses from their mobile device. With this first of many e-learning iOS apps, K Alliance aims to offer the highest quality e-learning experience on the iPad. 

http://www.kalliance.com/

The new iOS Application features an intuitive and streamlined user interface which allows users to easily stop, start, pause, fast-forward, and rewind using simple gestures and buttons. Learners are able to quickly bookmark modules and chapters with a single click, to easily access specific training at any time. For educational institutes, government agencies, and private businesses, this app will supply substantial benefits by providing efficient and convenient mobile e-learning.

"Our iPad application is compatible with most apple devices running iOS 7 and is one of the many steps that our company is taking in technological advancement this year," says Tiffany Gonzalez, Director of Technical Services at K Alliance.

Availability and Pricing

The Excel 2010 Basic Course is currently available for download in the App Store. K Alliance will be releasing the entire Microsoft Office 2010 and 2013 training suite on iTunes via their new iPad application with prices starting at $29.00.

About K Alliance LLC

K Alliance is a premier online training company that provides a wide range of video-based courses for Adobe, Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, pc repair, and many other desktop applications. 

CONTACT:
Hugh Nguyen
[email protected]
1-800-330-9111

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