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The Mobile Era of Extreme Salesforce Simplicity
The Mobile Era of Extreme Salesforce Simplicity

 
April 8, 2013 9:04AM
SFVision Kicks Off the Mobile Era of Extreme Salesforce Simplicity -- Daily Salesforce Tasks Are Easy, Fast and Efficient with Game-Changing iPad App
 



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Download Free or Full versions available on the Apple App Store
SFVision for Salesforce v2.0 price comes in two different versions:
- Per its name SFVision Free can be downloaded at no cost to Apple iPad and iPad mini users
- SFVision for Salesforce 2.0 FULL is $4.99
- Both versions are available worldwide exclusively through the Apple App Store in the Business category
- Visit the Apple App Store to better understand the differences between the free and full versions and download them

Device Requirements:
- For FREE Version
iPad, iOS 6.0 or later
13.7 MB
- For FULL Version
iPad, iOS 5.0 or later
13.7 MB

Not Ready to download? Watch the SFVision for Salesforce 2.0 video.
http://youtu.be/SNA4J-2Rh0c

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