Google "FilemakerGo 12 AppStore"
Now that FileMaker Go is free, there is a new level of opportunity for custom solutions,
hosted on a server and accessed by multiple iOS devices.
These solutions may or may not have a desktop component.
Consider some of the conversations we have had recently with customers looking for a mobile solution
FileMaker Go Demos and Resources
Facebook Filemaker G012
Filemaker Go 12: iPad finds its killer business app
Where does this all leave us? 100,000 people downloaded Filemaker Go in the first week, which means that 100,000 people must have downloaded the Filemaker 12 desktop version demo, or bought it outright, because without that you can’t make Go 12 files. With the two, you can have your business database on the iPad within moments, if it’s currently Filemaker Pro based. If you don’t currently have a database system that you like, you can get your collection of Excel spreadsheets into Filemaker and looking good within four hours, and have them as fully functioning relational apps on the iPad just a few minutes after that.
The point is that a developer does not have the same resorces on iTunes to sell his solution using Filemaker Go or Pro that the current apps have. What we need is to be able to place our solutions on iTunes just like someone can place an app, especially with Go 12 being free.
Of course the problem would be how to separate the chaff from the good stuff and make sure that the files work as advertised, right. Crummy solutions work reflect badly on Filemaker, Inc. But, wait, there are so many apps that passed Apple's review that don't work right...
Why shouldn't somene who searches on the app store for Inventory find a listing of Filemaker Files working with Go 12?
Let's Occupy Filemaker and Apple until this happens!
That is a good ideal to be able to have a section in the AppStore for FileMaker solutions that will work with FileMakerGo 12 that is a much better ideal then what I was thinking