July 26 Meeting

Tap Forms, by Joan King

Tap Forms is a data base program than can run on your Mac and/or any of your iOS devices—iPhone, iPad, iPod, iWatch. But it might better be though of as a digital filing cabinet for your life. You can have information on your bank accounts, immunization records, insurance policies, home inventory, and any other information you might want to have handy. I had been using Bento for several years when Filemaker discontinued it in 2013. I discovered Tap Forms, switched to it and even gave a MUG presentation on it in 2014. But that was version 2.2.2. The latest version is 5.1 and it has a number of new features. I’ll show you how to create a database from scratch, update from version 3 or import data from other sources.                            

2 thoughts on “July 26 Meeting

  1. Hello,
    I have been looking for an Apple/Mac club in my Lomita area.
    I also have a couple of older laptops, ( I do mean older) that are functioning.
    Would any one like them? Donation of course. I’d hate to see a good Apple
    thrown in the recycle bin.

    Thanks for your time,
    Y. Cortenbach

  2. Could you bring them to the meeting? We have a give away table where you could put them and see if anyone wants them. Also Pete Myers reworks them for the Boys and Girls Club.

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