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After trying out many organizational/contact type applications, both free and paid, this comes the closest to doing what I've been going for, which is ease of use and intergration of several features. It is extremely well laid out, responds well and actually offers more features and anything I've looked at. I can see this product only getting better (and it's FREE!). This appt has NOT been frustrating, but very useful. THANKS!
budjva on Jul 15, 2010 for DejaOffice
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Great App
I downloaded this app and started using it. Great. It works for me. And it is Free. This will even be a better app if we can connect all the individual components in one screen- so you only have to click the button. Yes the dejanotes should be connected to something- calendar & contacts. One screen with all the menu buttons at the top. Jack
Jack in Hawaii on Jul 14, 2010 for DejaOffice
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Not a true productivity suite
Looks promising, but... The calendar has a contact link. Why don't the other components??? Why can't we link notes and tasks and expenses, etc. to our Contacts? Without this link functionality, this is just a bunch of individual apps. I'll leave it on my device for a little while to check updates. Add the Contact Link to all components and I'll update my rating.
djl0525 on Jun 20, 2010 for DejaOffice
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Limited Without Paying for Desktop App
This office suite includes a calendar for scheduling events, a todo list, Notes, an expense tracker app, and contacts all in one app. I like the way contacts are organized, better than in the native iPad Contacts app. I like the layout of notes, where you can see a list of your notes and a preview of any note you have highlighted. All apps allow you to categorize your entries. DejaOffice is a very well made collection of easy-to-use apps. The problem is that unless you buy the expensive $99 desktop app, there is no way to get data out of this program. It doesn't allow you to email anything, including notes. I suspect that this is intentional, since other iPad and iphone apps do have these capabilities. Although there are lots of things I like about this suite, the lack of ability to sync without paying for the desktop app, means this free app is probably not very useful for personal use. However, If you are using it for business, and you can justify the expense, you may like the fact that it replaces at least four separate apps.
Ebook Queen on Jun 7, 2010 for DejaOffice
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On the right track
I have been looking for a contact manager that is Imac/Ipad friendly and this is the closest thing I have been able to find to a product like act or palm desktop. It's close. Still needs to be able to link to the native calendar, and it will not recognize just a company as a contact, it wants to file a company without a primary contact under the # sign before the alphabet. Hope the producers keep adding to this. This would be a great stand alone app if it had desk top sync functionality. There is nothing else out there like it for apple products. Look forward to more great updates.
The Tipper on May 28, 2010 for DejaOffice
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Great app, use in place of native apps.
It's nice to have multiple functions linked together. Would like to see calendar import from iPhone's calendar. Would also like to see it work with the "Bump" app if possible. Thanks for the great work.
jrou12 on May 17, 2010 for DejaOffice
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