updated 10:34 am EST, Thu February 21, 2013
Restrictions push users to buy full apps
Apple-owned FileMaker has announced iOS Demo Solutions, a new section on its website. The page gathers together a variety of iPad and iPhone database tools created using FileMaker. In keeping with its name, each app in the section is limited either in terms of time or features, in a bid to get people to pay for full products.
Some examples include FM Starting Point, a CMS system that handles tasks like contacts, calendars, invoices, timesheets, and projects. Common Core on the Go is meant explicitly for the iPad, and helps teachers track student progress towards Common Core standards. GoMaps brings up information related to locations a person visits on a regular basis.