Corecon releases Android app

Corecon mobileCorecon logoCalifornia-based Corecon Technologies has released an Android app to support Corecon V7, its Software-as-a-Service construction estimating, project management and job cost suite.

Corecon released V7 in May 2010 and added some mobile capability later that year so that the software was accessible from standard mobile web browsers, extending it again in October 2012. The latest move allows Corecon to be used on Android-based smartphones and tablets where browser access via the internet is not possible. Corecon’s news release adds:

“This new version was completely rebuilt on the Android platform and tailored for jobsite functions. For example, field staff can take progress photos or sync Corecon contacts directly from their mobile device. Android’s Speech to Text can also be used with the new app to transcribe voice dictation into text whenever it may be inconvenient to text.”

The Corecon Mobile App for Android is free to subscribers of Corecon V7 and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. Corecon president Norman Wendl says:

“The construction industry has a very mobile workforce, and although Corecon V7 online software is accessible anytime, anywhere from a netbook or laptop computer, it’s not always convenient to use those devices on a construction site. With the release of Corecon Mobile for Android, project team members can now use the full capabilities of their more portable smartphone and tablet devices, taking Corecon V7 users to a new level of real-time project management.”


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