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MIT AI2 Companion
MIT Center for Mobile Learning,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Education||2.46||January 08, 2018||4.16|
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Version 2.46 released on January 08, 2018
Updates for new features available in MIT App Inventor release nb165.
Version 2.44 released on August 11, 2017
New Companion Logo -- Compatibility with MIT App Inventor release nb161
Version 2.43 released on July 03, 2017
Updates for Compatibility with MIT App Inventor version nb159
Version 2.42 released on June 13, 2017
Updates for Compatibility with MIT App Inventor version nb158
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