FileMaker's new iOS apps hit 100K downloads in one week
FileMaker announced that its mobile database solution, FileMaker Go 12 for the iPad and FileMaker Go 12 for the iPhone, surpassed 100,000 downloads in their first week of availability. This is an impressive milestone for an enterprise tool that lets customers run iOS database apps created with FileMaker Pro 12. It has a much smaller audience than a consumer-oriented app and shows that custom business app development is a growing market.
Strong customer demand affirms FileMaker's role as a leading platform for creating and deploying custom iOS business apps
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – April 12, 2012 – FileMaker, Inc. today announced that FileMaker Go 12 for iPad and FileMaker Go 12 for iPhone, apps that run custom business solutions created by FileMaker Pro 12, have been downloaded more than 100,000 times in their first week.
FileMaker Go 12 for iPad and iPhone are free on the App Store. FileMaker Go 12 makes it easy for everyone to run iOS database apps created with FileMaker Pro 12. The new FileMaker 12 product line features stunningly beautiful new themes and Starter Solutions, powerful iPad, iPhone and desktop design tools and superior file management for today's media-intensive applications.
"The rapid adoption of FileMaker Go 12 strengthens FileMaker's position as a leading platform for creating custom iOS business apps," said Ryan Rosenberg, vice president, marketing and services, FileMaker, Inc. "Businesses are using FileMaker Pro to create apps to manage everything from their inventory to contacts to salespersons' routes, and deploying these on their iPads and iPhones with FileMaker Go."
A free 30-day trial of FileMaker Pro 12 lets everyone see how easy it is to start creating custom iOS business apps.
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