SYWARE Launches Version 2.0 of DroidDB – Application Building Toolset for Android

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  • 29 Oct 2012
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  • DroidDB has greatly evolved since it’s initial launch. It is a very complex toolset that allows for building Android applications for both phones and tablets. The maker advertises it’s ease of use and total control over the building environment, unlike other solutions available on the market. DroidDB offers Microsoft Access, SQL Server or any other ODBC-enabled relational database.


    DroidDB has reached version 2.0 and it adds a lot of features. One of the most important aspects introduced with the new version, is that it allows any number of Android devices to be wirelessly synchronized over the internet with Microsoft Access or SQL Server or any other ODBC-enabled relational database. DroidDB 2.0 can capture signatures, screen scribbles and barcodes, record GPS locations, integrate pictures and drawings, and inscribe them on button faces. There are also controls that include labels, text, notes, check boxes, radio buttons, and drop down lists.

    DroidDB is available in two configurations: for $125 you ca purchase the Business Edition that is capable of building apps to run on Android handsets and tablets and wirelessly synchronizing the mobile data with desktop or server relational databases. The Standard Edition costs only $29 and it does not include the synchronization capabilities. For each version there is a $5 run-time license required purchase.

    DroidDB Runtime User License is available from the Play Store. You can also download the Sampler for free.

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