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FileMaker Releases Bento 4 For IPad

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FileMaker has released Bento 4 for iPad, a new version of its personal database app, that lets anyone create their own personal productivity apps on iPad. Apps are both created and run within Bento 4 for iPad.

New features of Bento 4 for iPad include:

  • One-tap linking to the Bento Template Exchange to access hundreds of free, ready-to-use templates
  • Design tools that let users customize templates, create forms and organize information with a tap
  • 40 retina display-ready themes that add coordinated backgrounds, fonts, and shading

Bento 4 for iPad can be used by itself to create apps for personal use on iPad. Bento 4 for iPad can also be synchronized with Bento 4.1 for Mac. Bento 4.1 for Mac is available as a free update and provides existing Bento 4 for Mac users compatibility with the new Bento 4 for iPad.

Bento 4 for iPad is immediately available on the iTunes app store.

[Image Courtesy: FileMaker]

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