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How to Use Upswift to Manage Your IoT Devices Remotely

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If you are developing only one IoT device, it is quick and easy to update and manage it. But what if you have 10, 50 or 100 devices ? Managing all of them suddenly becomes a hassle. This is where UpSwift comes into play.

UpSwift is a management software that allows you to control and manage your Linux-based devices remotely. All the connected devices are displayed in one dashboard, and you can easily manage all your devices at the same time.

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UpSwift currently only supports Linux-based devices. To get started, simply sign up for an account at the UpSwift website. It is free to sign up for an account, and the free plan allows you to connect up to three devices. This is good enough for you to try out the software. For up to ten devices, they have different price plans for different needs.

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