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Hey guys,

My company developed a property preservation app for contractors that allows them to take date/time stamped photos from the field and instantly upload them back to your office desktop. We'd love to get feedback on ways to improve it and make it easier and more manageable for you crews. We're here to listen.

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Looks useful. Once it's available for Android, I'd give it a try, none of my guys have iPhones.

A very useful item to add to this, which would seal the deal for me, would be the ability to assign fillable checklists to tasks. Most WOs require the person note any damages, answer a few questions, etc. Would be great to have a fillable form they could fill out in addition to photos.

Another useful thing may be a 30 day trial.
 

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Hey guys,

My company developed a property preservation app for contractors that allows them to take date/time stamped photos from the field and instantly upload them back to your office desktop. Visit reophoto.com for more details. We'd love to get feedback on ways to improve it and make it easier and more manageable for you crews. We're here to listen.

Jason
That's quite cool. it is quite simple , fast , easy and Good thing about it is that it user interface it quite user friendly . i want to know suppose i want to make such an Android app how much it will cost me ?
 

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REOPhoto didn't work very well for me and the free version was pretty much completely useless. Pruvan is a better value but honestly using the google drive app works well. I create folders for each property, then after each property I send all the pics to the google drive folder for that property and they're already on my computer when I get home. Organized. Free.
 

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REOPhoto didn't work very well for me and the free version was pretty much completely useless. Pruvan is a better value but honestly using the google drive app works well. I create folders for each property, then after each property I send all the pics to the google drive folder for that property and they're already on my computer when I get home. Organized. Free.
whats the name of the Google drive app? Is that the actual app name?
 

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whats the name of the Google drive app?
Google Drive.

I have mine to upload only on wifi. When I get home I eat, relax, and then grab my photos on Chrome.

Another extremely handy app to get is Google's Remote Desktop. You install it on both your phone and PC and with it you have total access to your computer from anywhere. Handy when you need to see something on your pc but your in the field.
 
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