A couple of months ago, I wrote about FileMaker Go, the iPhone/iPad version of the venerable database that does such a good job of blending power and simplicity. The company has released a version 1.1 update that makes its mobile offering a bit more powerful still.
Among the changes: The new version lets you e-mail copies of your databases, create PDFs of them for sharing, and insert photos you shoot with an iPhone or have stored on your device. There's also an intriguing option that lets developers of third-party apps transfer information-such as a bar code-into FileMaker Go. (It's intriguing partially because it's easy to forget that there's any way for iPhone apps to talk to each other at all-it's neat to be reminded that they can.)
As before, FileMaker Go is $19.99 for the iPhone version and $39.99 for the iPad one, and it's not a completely stand-alone product-it's for working with databases created with the Mac or Windows version. (The company also offers iPhone/iPad versions of its more consumery Bento database that can work in completely standalone mode.)
FileMaker Go 1.1 is available at the App Store now.
This story, "FileMaker Go Gets an Upgrade" was originally published by Technologizer.