The Google Play store is a fantastic resource for business apps for Android. Within its bulging selection of applications is a growing number of great Android CRM apps that help you to stay connected with the web versions of your favorite customer management software at all times.
To be reliable and useful, Android CRM applications need to offer many of the core features of their web equivalents in a more condensed format, while still giving you an easy-to-follow user interface. In this article I’ve picked seven CRMs for Android phones and tablets that give you the ability to view and manage customer interactions wherever you may roam.
Read on to find out more!
SalesforceIQ (formally known as RelateIQ) is one of strongest CRM options for businesses, being constantly heralded for its extensive features. These include: the ability to customize how you track and analyze your sales, the option to set up webinars, and the availability of powerful mobile applications to enable work on the go. In addition to this SalesforceIQ also offers a 14-day trial with no need to enter credit card information.
SalesforceIQ’s Android application is arranged similar to Twitter. This is reflected in the Feed, which also serves as an Inbox. Here reminders, leads and emails will be displayed, which can then be ordered by prioritization to help you manage your daily tasks. The Android CRM also gives you the functionality of the web-based version by allowing you to create leads and opportunities from your device.
Price: From $25/month per user.
There are several reasons why Insightly is a good choice for businesses. For starters, it bundles together a range of functionality into one cloud-based app. It is a project management solution, collaboration tool, and CRM system rolled into one. Add to that it’s attractive and user friendly interface that makes it easy for businesses to be up and running within minutes, and you have a one-stop solution that ensures good user adoption.
Insightly’s Android CRM app is particularly fantastic at organizing your contacts. The application sets up your contact’s details in a simple and organized way. It enables strong interactions with your Android devices’s calling, texting, and email systems. A unique feature of this Android CRM is the ability to scan business cards to make recording contact details much easier!
Price:From $12/month per user.
Zoho CRM has customizable dashboards that provide regular, status updates about your deals. This CRM – part of the Zoho suite of products – allows your to track contacts and leads separately, enabling better segmentation of your conversion rates. The dashboard then provides you with a snapshot of your deal flow. Finally, the CRM integrates with a bunch of SaaS solutions in the market to enable easy import and export of data.
The Zoho CRM app for Android gives you access to a full array of features including access to contacts, leads and tasks. What is special about this application is ability to have offline access to customer information. Users can also add and modify customer information when offline and this will be automatically synced once network is available again.
Price: From $12/month per user.
Infusionsoft is a cloud-based system that has strong CRM capabilities, alongside marketing and eCommerce functionality. This solution allows you to keep all your contact information, import these contacts from other systems such as email, prioritize them according to importance, score them based on their marketing interactions, and track their engagement. Another plus is that it caters specifically for small businesses.
Through Infusionsoft’s Android application users can still manage customer relations outside the office. A contact’s information is split into three tabs, details, tasks and notes. The most useful of these is the notes tab which forms a timeline for you, making it easier to see how your relationship with a customer has developed over time.
Price: From $199/month.
Having a mobile app is a huge boon for any CRM solution, and that is where Base CRM comes into its own. All of the features of the app are available on-the-go and work seamlessly, no matter what mobile device you are using. It may not be as big a name as the likes of Salesforce, Zoho, and Nimble, but it sure is one to watch.
Unlike the web version of Base CRM, the Android CRM software is free to download. The only limitation being that you can only track up to 50 sales opportunities at any one time. The app well set out and appealing, making it little challenge to navigate. Also implemented into the app are location services that allow you to map customers and sales opportunities easily.
Price: From $25/month per user for web version. Free for Android.
Pipeliner prides itself on being a visual solution, with a plethora of interactive 3D charts and dashboards. Not only that, it boasts a super simple pricing plan with a flat fee per month, meaning you won’t be caught out by any additional extras sneaked in their by a vendor. If you’re interested in finding out more about CRM pricing structures, Pipeliner has put together a useful post on demystifying costs.
Android users will love that the Piperliner CRM for Android devices is set up exactly the same as the web-based version and comes equipped with every feature. In addition to this, the application includes a built-in messaging system in order to improve communication between teams.
Price: Pricing starts at £25/month per user.
A list of top CRMs wouldn’t be complete without Nimble. Where Nimble stands out is in its social capabilities, as it automatically links social profiles on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to business contacts, allowing you to engage better and through more channels. As well as social engagements, it brings email conversations, calendars, and contact profiles together in one place.
Nimble’s Android CRM application is concerned with making these social interactions as easy as possible. When finding contacts you will shown a summary, a visual way to see their social networks and an easy one touch way to schedule tasks, log notes and send messages. This makes building and tracking professional relationships simple.
Price: From $15/month per user.
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