Fancy things for your phone, and more
TechLife | 18 Apr 2012 :
Filemaker Go 12
For: iPhone, iPad, requires iOS 4.3 or later
Filemaker Go 12 allows users and their teams to remotely access Filemaker 12 databases on their phones, edit, search for information, save as PDF and Excel, e-mail and print the data.
Users must have Filemaker Pro 12 and Filemaker Pro 12 Advanced in order to use the app. Users can access through local WiFi or 3G. All changes made on the go will be saved in the hosted file. Users may also export data in multiple formats including Excel, CSV, TAB and HTML files.
For: Android 1.5 and up
Access your computer from your Android, and never leave anything behind. If it's on your computer, it's in the palm of your hand. Directly control your Mac or PC, all your programs and files
This updated version allows users who already have LogMeIn software on their computer to access their desktop from their handheld phone or tablet.
Features include a multiple monitor switch, access to a full onscreen keyboard and direct mode navigation.
For: iPhone, iPad, required iOS 4.2 or later
This extremely popular app has recently been updated to support syncing with google Task/Diary.
Awesome Calendar is an all-in-tool for helping you to manage your personal and business life. View and edit your schedule, check the weather, create a todo list, write in your diary, embed photos in notes, check for holidays.
The app's many features include multiple calendar control, progress overview of todo lists, Quick Add event with simple touch and hold and weather information display.
Users can sync events between iPhone and iPad via iCloud or Google calendar but notes are not possible to sync.
For: Android version 2.2 and up, phones and tablets
Fancy is a newly released app for Android users combining a number of social media elements. Described by developers as part blog, part magazine and part bookmarking tool, Fancy allows users to share and create a collection of things that define their style.
Free to download, Fancy's creators say they want users to create a "museum of me" and allow others to window shop for things they admire.