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I want to know what is the difference between crm mobile forms accessed through browser and application in all terms.
Thanks in advance.
So you are not asking about the Tablet/Mobile native application - but specifically the browser?
For the browser that you can use for the full web app see - support.microsoft.com/.../3019557
In most cases it is best to use the tablet/phone client since this gives you a much richer experience -
How are you doing - do you need any more help?
I'm bit confused by following comment "Well - if you access dynamics crm in a supported mobile browser you can use the full web application in all it's glory".
Need to understand what is the difference between "supported mobile browser" and "phone browser"?
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