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FileMaker 13 review: Venerable database gets a style and accessibility update

FileMaker 13

At a Glance

This is the most significant upgrade to FileMaker since version 7. It's the best version yet of the database program.

Price when rated: $329 (or annual fee of $108); upgrade pricing and volume discount pricing available

Pros

  • Easier than ever to give FileMaker databases an attractive, consistent look
  • Much improved support for iPad and iPhone access via FileMaker Go
  • WebDirect provides remarkably full-featured access to databases in supported browsers

Cons

  • Slight increase in price of FileMaker Pro and Pro Advanced

At a Glance

This is the most significant upgrade to FileMaker since version 7. It's the best version yet of the database program.

Price when rated: $549 (or annual fee of$180); upgrade pricing and volume discount pricing available

Pros

  • Easier than ever to give FileMaker databases an attractive, consistent look
  • Much improved support for iPad and iPhone access via FileMaker Go
  • WebDirect provides remarkably full-featured access to databases in supported browsers

Cons

  • Slight increase in price of FileMaker Pro and Pro Advanced

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