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The first app he speaks highly of is the Bento 4 for the iPad, a personal database app from the company FileMaker.
“Unlike some other database tablet apps, Bento 4 for iPad is completely self-sufficient; it doesn’t require a desktop companion application to, say, create a new database (or 'library,' as it’s called in Bento),” Martin wrote. “The app combines drag-and-drop ease with lots of database templates and the ability to download (for free) even more from FileMaker’s Bento template exchange web page.”
Other apps Martin tours are Klout for the iPhone, which helps track social media “scores,” and LinkedIn for iPad, which he said has a “pleasing” flipboard interface for easily browsing statuses and news stories.
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