The iPad Lawyer – News and Apps

Good morning iPad Lawyer Tribe –

Many of you have heard me speak about the importance of CRM (customer relationship management) in business. Well, there are plenty of CRM program options available in a cloud-based guise. That doesn’t particularly suit the way I work as there are times when I don’t have connectivity or (like this past weekend) one of the major players was down for maintenance. My preference is to have something that resides on my iPad. That’s why I have been using Contacts Journal CRM on both my iPad and iPhone for quite awhile. It does precisely what I need it to do. Normally, the iPhone version is $9.99 and the iPad version is $19.99. Today, the iPhone version is $4.99 and the iPad version is $9.99. You save $5.00 and $10.00, respectively.

App Store Link (for iPhone version) – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/contacts-journal-crm-professional/id327685977?mt=8

App Store Link (for iPad version) – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/contacts-journal-crm-professional/id364880320?mt=8

Publisher Link – http://www.contactsjournal.com/

If you would like a really solid replacement for your native iOS calendar app, take a look at Readdle’s Calendars 5. You can use natural language for your input method. And it incorporates a task manager, as well. Normally, the app is $6.99. Today it is FREE.

App Store Link – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/calendars-5-smart-calendar/id697927927?mt=8

Publisher Link – http://readdle.com/products/calendars5/

Finally, for those of you who’ve expressed interest in my upcoming LIVE SEMINAR in Rancho Cucamonga on June 27, I made a quick little 11 minute video for you.

Take a look by going here ===> http://milliondollaripad.wordpress.com/ios-at-work-video/   

Now, go out and make it a million dollar day! – Scott

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2 responses to “The iPad Lawyer – News and Apps

  1. Thanks, Scott …

    Pete

    Sent from my iPad –

    Pete Riley
    Management Advisory Services
    Office: 949.439.1528
    Fax: 949.209.1416
    priley.mas@gmail.com

    “Any ship can be a minesweeper. Once.”
    – Maritime Ops Manual

  2. Some of you indicated you had a challenge with the link to my iOS at Work video. I believe that has now been resolved. Let me know. – Scott

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