A popular database and forms creation tool for mobile devices allows you to now track whatever you like with Apple's smartphone.
DDH Software has brought its database and forms software for mobile devices, HanDBase, to the iPhone. Launched for the Palm OS way back in the late nineties, HanDBase is also available for Windows Mobile (Pocket PC and Smartphone) and Symbian (S60 and UIQ) devices.
As with other versions of HanDBase, the iPhone application allows users to create and edit databases on the iPhone and includes custom views, filters, sorting, and advanced and quick searches, among other features. It also comes with a strong level of security and a myriad of user interface and database design enhancements, according to DDH Software.
In addition, DDH says it designed the iPhone version of HanDBase with finger-friendly navigation in mind, enabling users to move between fields and records by swiping left or right on the screen.
You can e-mail records from the iPhone to (or sync them with) the optional Windows version of HanDBase as well. A Mac edition of software is also available, but an iPhone synchronization conduit won't be released until later this quarter.
HanDBase for iPhone is available now in the App Store for $9.99. You can pick up the Windows and Mac editions from DDH directly for the same amount.
This article was first published on SmartPhoneToday.com.