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Run your business from your iPhone or iPad with the Salesforce mobile app. Access the power of the world’s #1 CRM platform from the palm of your hands and transform your business with real-time data and mobile-tailored Lightning apps.

Start instantly with Mobile Home
Kickstart your day with a personalized dashboard of cards that surfaces your favorite reports, lists, tasks, events, and more.

Access your data from anywhere
With an entire platform of mobile-optimized Lightning components and apps available at your fingertips, you can work across Salesforce clouds and industries to
quickly access and update critical business data from anywhere.

Work safely and securely
Built-in, enterprise-grade, app security protects your data in transit and on device while using the world’s most trusted cloud platform. Stay even more protected and compliant with granular security policies enabled by your business using Enhanced Mobile App Security and Compliance.

Stay engaged
With custom push notifications tailored to your workflows, you can receive updates about your business data the moment they happen — powered by Notification Builder.

Install Salesforce Mobile to start running your business on your iPhone or iPad today!

What’s New

Version 248.040

We update the Salesforce mobile app regularly to make it faster and more stable for you.

This version includes bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
299.6K Ratings

299.6K Ratings

AdminLite ,

Excellent mobile representation of our desktop version

Came to Salesforce because we purchased their software which turned out to be an app on the app exchange. So all the heavy lifting was done. Page layouts, record types, custom objects with their fields…you get it. If you don’t and your new, I didn’t know the difference between an object, a case, a field, etc. you’ll get it figured out.

I’ve only used the app on my iPhone not my iPad. For that device I’d used Microsoft Edge with my keyboard attached so it’s essentially a laptop. But on my phone I can get the data I want nearly 100% of the time. Yes some functionality isn’t available. But if I want a in a specific value in a field , I can probably get it. I couldn’t be happier.

I came from a SaaS in our industry that made you buy their mobile version - or from an “integration partner” that the SaaS company chose, not one I necessarily wanted. That Salesforce offers it as included in my subscription is a huge value add. I don’t claim to be an engineer and like I said most of our “Salesforce” Org was set up as a part of our purchased installation. Now I customize as needed. It’s a good deal.

colt____45 ,

Wish I didn’t have to use this

My market just started rolling this app out. I don’t think a single person I work with likes this garbage. I especially hate it when putting in my time for the week. It’s extremely frustrating just to put your time in. I’ve just stopped doing it went back to the old system we use. It’s always glitchy and people can’t get anything done on this. Just looking at the platform and how they have it set up makes me cringe. It makes everything we do harder than it is and this is just my opinion but why...WHY ARE WE USING THIS!??

er_got ,

It would be difficult to produce a worse SalesForce app

What a horrendous, awful application. This app is bad enough that it is often touted as the reason that people in my organization are unable to do 100% of their work from an iPad Pro - “I’d love to, but I need to use SalesForce on a consistent basis”. If SalesForce is Hugh Grant, SalesForce1 is Andie MacDowell; dragging down the entire operation, forcing constant recaptures of her dialog because she’s unable to enunciate properly, and generally making the whole process feel much more like a funeral than any of the four weddings.

Let’s explore a scenario: You’re looking at a case record, and you’d like to communicate this case to your coworker. You swipe up and grab your company’s chat app to split screen - but wait, SalesForce1 doesn’t support multi tasking. That’s OK. You open up the share menu in SF1. Or rather, you try to open the share menu, only to find there IS no share menu - SF1 lacks ANY way to produce a shareable link to any record, contact or entity. You look at the case number and select it in order to copy. The cursor does not appear. You tap again. Yes, SF1 has also limited your ability to grab particular blocks of text. You’re forced to type out the case record, swapping back and forth between apps a few times to make sure that the 12-digit string is faithfully recreated. You weep softly into your Smart Keyboard and move back into your parent’s basement.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to share your feedback, especially in detailing out the specific ways your team wants to use the app to collaborate and multitask across information sources. I'm sorry to hear about the frustrations you're experiencing. As of our February release, you are now able to share a link to a record; we are working to add the ability to grab blocks of text securely for a future release. Again, thank you.

App Privacy

The developer,, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contacts
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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