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Digital tutoring company Tabtor redesigns app

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Raj Valli, founder and CEO of tablet-based educational technology company Tabtor, shows off his product.
Raj Valli, founder and CEO of tablet-based educational technology company Tabtor, shows off his product. - ()

Tabtor, the developer of a digital tutoring system, announced a redesign of its tablet-based app Thursday.

The new design features an upgraded navigation structure designed to make the user’s experience a more intuitive one, the Kendall Park-based company’s chief technology officer, Balraj Suneja, said.

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“Users will find that the redesigned app has a sleek new look and more intuitive design to make learning and interaction easier than ever,” he said. “We take user feedback seriously, and the redesigned Tabtor app reflects the input we've received from thousands of loyal Tabtor users, incorporated with an aim to make it simpler for users to excel in math."

The app now also features a leaderboard that displays the usernames for the top three “learners” and allows other users to see how they rank among other registered users. It also includes the display of badges and earned rewards to help motivate users in their math education.

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