At the Zoholics event today in San Francisco, we introduced three new native mobile applications.

Zoho CRM on Android
Zoho Projects on iPhone
Zoho Docs on Android

Zoho CRM on Android is the most requested mobile app. We launched the application today in Google Play (Market) and is available for free for users with CRM Mobile edition enabled. The application offers offline access to your CRM data from a broad range of modules – Leads, Accounts, Contacts, Potentials, Tasks, Events, Calls & Cases. You can view, edit and delete data from your mobile.

With this release, Zoho CRM is now available on iPhone, Android & Blackberry along with our mobile web app.

Zoho Projects for iPhone is also announced at the Zoholics event today. This app brings three key modules to the iPhone – Activities, Tasks & Timesheet. You can now create edit and close your project tasks on the go. With the in-build timer, you can start/stop timers for multiple tasks to record work hours on the go that can subsequently be logged into the project Time Sheet for billing.

The app also allows you to record text and voice notes for tasks and for quick capture of events and status on the move. No matter what you do, all your data is always in sync with Zoho Projects.

The application will be available on AppStore very soon for users with Mobile Edition enabled in Zoho Projects. (UPDATE: It’s available now)

Zoho Docs for Android is also introduced at the Zoholics event today. It offers the same set of features we have on our iPhone and iPad apps. You can now view your private and shared documents, spreadsheets, presentations and more on the go, on your phone.

Apart form these three apps, we are also previewing few other mobile apps exclusively for Zoholics attendees. We will talk about those in this blog at a later date.

Tags : android / ipad / iPhone / mobile / zoho

  1. Carlos Portis

    I was thinking the EXACT same thing Fred… was kind of confused. Nevertheless, it is existing.

  2. Fred Greenhalgh

    This is great – awesome to see the Android app. This wording is a bit funny though: “free for users with CRM Mobile edition “Yeah, it’s Free IF you pay extra. Um. So it’s not really free. What user with an Android would have had this Enabled prior to the availability of the App?Quibbles with your marketing copy aside, it is very thrilling to see a native Android app become available!