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COMING SOON: Explain Everything version 1.70 for iOS!

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Explain Everything 1.70 coming soon
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Explain Everything version 1.70 will be soon available from the App Store and here are the most important changes, features, and enhancements that are coming with the update.

iCloud project synchronization for shared iPads in schools

Explain Everything can now synchronize local projects using iCloud via MDM settings. Whenever a student logs in to a shared iPad with this setting turned ON, his or her creations will be automatically downloaded from iCloud so they can continue they work regardless of the device they’re using.

Paint Bucket Fill

Fill closed drawings and other objects on the stage with color! Paint Bucket Fill lets you quickly and easily fill outlined areas with a color selected in the Color Picker. The fill will be added as a layer and automatically grouped with the outline.

New Inspector options: Alignment

Align multiple objects at once with new Inspector options under the Arrange tab. With multiple objects selected, you will be able to align them to standard relative positions (left, right, center, top, bottom, middle).
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