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I was wondering if there were any differences between the iPhone and Android CRM apps, visual or otherwise. Currently, our sales guys are using iPhones. I currently use a personal Android phone, and was wondering if there would be any business need to having the company supply me with an iPhone for training and small configuration purposes.
We're currently running CRM 2015
I know that with the Apple you can only attach annotations (notes) that is stored in your pictures. IFrames are not supported on mobile but is supported on tablets, and there is also a lot of limitations with offline. CRM Android devices is also limited to the amount of supported devices.
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Thank you for the quick response Morne
In your opinion (or any one else who wants to chime in here), would it be best to get an iPhone for the purpose of CRM administration, or should I be fine with Android?
To be honest the phone provides limited administration abilities and you need to look at other services like office365 and active directory management as well. Microsoft has just released Windows 10 so there will also be new Windows 10 phones coming out. The bit I worked with the mobility will give you the basic administration regardless of Android or iPhone. It amakes difference of device if you use it in the field or crm as your day to dayplatform . You can the download Microsoft Dynamics CRM application from the windows store onto your pc. That will.give you an idea how the mobile application will function
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