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Filemaker Go for iPad and iPhone hits 500,000 downloads

Database management suite FileMaker Go for iOS has passed the lofty sales milestone of 500,000 downloads since it was launched in 2010 shortly after the first iPad.

For sure, this is not the kind of milestone an Angry Birds or other mega-hit game might tout, but for a database app, it is an impressive number of downloads! According to Apple subsidiary FileMaker’s VP of marketing and services Ryan Rosenberg, most of the downloads have come in the past year.

filemaker_go_iPad_iPhoneWhile FileMaker is a software available for desktops on both Windows and Mac platforms, FileMaker Go is iOS-exclusive.
The app is designed as a platform for sharing easily digestible mobile versions of traditionally complex desktop databases, while offering the flexibility to customize a solution to whatever need a user is looking to fill.

We’re very excited because we think this is just the beginning”, Ryan Rosenberg said. “We know from when we talk to our customers that they’re very excited about taking the use of these devices beyond simply personal productivity, to creating custom solutions for them. We think we’re at the beginning of the curve of creating these custom solutions for organizations, and we want to help them do that.”

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