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CaseManager - Indie app of the day

Today's indie app of the day is CaseManager. This law-focused content management app carries a hefty price tag but comes with a variety of features.
September 19, 2014
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What is CaseManager

CaseManager is an application aimed at lawyers, legal teams, and legal assistants that helps organize and manage case files, contact information, and other various information for easy access later. It also comes with a news, events, and task section for those that may need it.

Here’s how it works. You can use the various sections to organize your information in a way that you can find it later. There are eight categories that you can use to keep everything in order. Those who have worked in law know just how much information each case can have and having that many categories can really help people keep track of their things. The news section isn’t all that big a deal. It’s a standard RSS-style blog and website list that has legally relevant news for you to read if you need that. It is nice for those who want to keep up on the latest legal wheeling and dealing that made the news.

The interface is simple and easy to use which will be nice for those who aren’t so tech savvy. Pretty much everything is done in list view for easy scrolling and reference. There are sections like the calendar that have a more interesting layout. There are also other cursory features like a note taking pad where you can use handwriting (via your finger or a stylus), customization features to add your firm’s name (or employee’s name) to each device for a little class, and a built in calculator for expense reports.

You’ll no doubt notice the price tag which looks rather egregious at first. $20USD is quite a bit to be asking for an application. CaseManager developers have pointed out that many case manager apps like this one require a monthly subscription service while CaseManager has one flat rate. When it’s calculated altogether, you’ll end up paying more for the subscription services than you will for this app. In short, this is not for the casual user. This is for the professional.

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Overall, this is a very strong offering in the case management app market. It has a lot of peripheral features and even a few customization features to make you feel right at home. The categories help keep everything together and the Dropbox sync is icing on the case. If you’re ready to fork out $20 then click the button to get started.