Airtable is the easy way to create your own organizational databases. From indie filmmakers to cattle farmers, creators and creatives around the world are using Airtable to organize their lives, their way.
Use Airtable to create flexible checklists, organize collections or ideas, and manage customers or contacts — all in one place. Get started instantly with a variety of templates ranging from home improvement to store inventory, or easily piece together your own layout from scratch.
With Airtable, your iOS device suddenly becomes a database creation powerhouse — designed to let you easily swipe and tap your way to fully custom databases. It’s collaborative in real-time, so you can share with friends and teammates and always see their latest changes.
Here are some ways that Airtable is being used today:
▸ Organizing People and Customers
* Sales and customers
* Public relations and media lists
* Business development
* Personal CRM
* Volunteer management
* Sports clubs
* Boy or Girl Scouts
▸ Cataloging Collections, Ideas, and Inventory
* Store or restaurant inventory
* Product catalogs
* Personal clothing collections
* Pet medical history
* Cattle and farm inventory
* Frequent flyer accounts
* Camping supplies
▸ Managing Projects and Tasks
* Team project management
* Events and conferences
* Blog editorial calendars
* Wedding planning
* Building inspection checklists
* Planning out novels
* Study guides
* Film production
Organize anything you can imagine with Airtable!
Organize anything you can imagine with Airtable, a modern database created for everyone.
* Bug fixes and performance improvements
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Ratings and Reviews
Powerful, flexible, build your own apps
I wish I’d discovered Airtable years ago. Within the first couple of days of using it I built a Client CRM app that gives us information, dashboard and ease of use that was not possible via our accounting or CRM apps. When I shared our new Client CRM app with my team, their mouths were literally agape in awe. A true jaw-dropping moment.
Some suggestions for you
I am convinced to use Airtable during work and for my personal property hunting.
The use case for my property hunting is, I did research during weekdays on the desktop, put all the findings to your table. And create a schedule for my weekend property inspections.
What I really like on the desktop view is I can create a calendar view for all the coming inspections. But I can’t view the calendar on iOS. Also, what I need is a map view that works with the calendar. Which allows me to view all the properties I am going to inspect in a day on the map and show orders on the map pin.
Disappointing for single/mobile users
For the corporate world Airtable would be a great asset, however for single users and those where mobile coverage is sketchy then severe limitations exist. If you can’t get access to the Airtable servers you are SOL.
Disappointingly, two of the most requested development items, linking bases and offline access, have had little or no work in two years. I’m only guessing at that as feedback from developers on the Airtable forum on these issues is minimal.
It would appears that limited data is stored on the local device as images (in particular) are constantly being sent from Airtable servers to be viewed. My database is about flowers and downloading flower images from Airtable every time I access a plant record (when the images are sitting right there on my iPad or the iCloud) punches a huge hole in my ISP data allowance.
Finally, Kanban views are not available for iPad/iPhone users. For me, this is a real pita.
- Formagrid Inc.
- 54.9 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, Danish, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Formagrid Inc.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.