Tuesday, 14 January, 2014 - 15:44
How to manage the Mobileezy preferences on the handheld

Mobileezy preferences are used to customise the functionality of Mobileezy on the handheld according to the requirements of the user.

Thursday, 19 December, 2013 - 10:14
Mobileezy and Android: the perfect match

In keeping with fast moving technology trends, it seems that Nokia is building an Android phone and Microsoft (which has bought Nokia) is going to let them! This has certainly made us think. A few of our customers are still using original Palm devices to run Mobileezy because they are light weight, fast and compact. Unfortunately, in the battle for the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), Palm was no match for the muscle of Microsoft and now Palm devices are pretty hard to find.

Tuesday, 17 December, 2013 - 11:03
Mobileezy Version 1311

This month we have focused on making some exciting changes to the Mobileezy handheld. As well as the usual bug fixes and minor enhancements to the desktop system, we've placed extensive emphasis on improving the performance of the Mobileezy handheld software on Android devices.

Monday, 16 December, 2013 - 15:39
Advanced Mobileezy configuration of the email template using macros

The Mobileezy email feature has inbuilt macros that can be used to add custom fields to your email templates. These macros are rules and will enable you to customise the emails that are sent to your customers with details specific to your company name, customer name or invoice details. Using macros you can also configure Mobileezy to display transaction properties in the emails sent to your customers. Use this guide to further customise your emails following the article "Ali's Technical Tips - How to configure the email feature in Mobileezy 1310 and 1311".

Monday, 16 December, 2013 - 15:06
How to configure the email feature in Mobileezy 1310 and 1311

With the recent release of Mobileezy’s new email feature, we have received many enquiries on how to set it up. If you are comfortable setting this feature up on your own, don't hesitate to follow the steps provided in this article.

Wednesday, 20 November, 2013 - 15:40
Android surges ahead

The latest figures are in and Android is surging ahead. Apple and the iPhone 5 may be getting the media hype, but Samsung and Android are getting the big sales. According to the latest news release from International Data Corporation (IDC), Nokia and Windows phones are also growing steadily while Blackberry and everyone else are going backwards. Android now accounts for a massive 81% of all smartphone shipments - with Samsung holding a solid 40% share. The market as a whole has grown nearly 40%: with Android up 50%, Windows 156%, and Apple's iOS just 26%.

Wednesday, 20 November, 2013 - 15:19
Mobileezy Version 1310

The Mobileezy 1310 release is out now. Once again, we have fixed a few bugs and made a few minor enhancements requested by you - our valued customers.

Wednesday, 20 November, 2013 - 15:08
A visit to the Motorola Innovation Centre

As part of Anigo Systems' Motorola and Zebra partnerships, we were recently invited to tour the Motorola Innovation Centre, which is situated in Motorola's Burwood East office complex and is designed to showcase current and future Motorola products. The centre also provides a test environment for development partners, such as ourselves, to test their software products on new Motorola devices prior to being released to the market.

Wednesday, 20 November, 2013 - 14:56
How can I improve the performance of Mobileezy on my handheld device?

There are a few factors which can affect the performance of Mobileezy on a handheld device. Here are a few tips to follow to ensure that your handheld device continues to run faster and more effectively.

Thursday, 17 October, 2013 - 14:40
Making Mobileezy Better

We would like to announce our Making Mobileezy Better campaign. The idea is for you to contribute suggestions for small changes and improvements that will make the Mobileezy software easier to use or more useful to your business. We're looking for places where you say "if only...". We're looking for annoyances, awkward workflow and poor user experience. We're looking for things you think are not quite right, even if they're not really bugs. We're looking for places where shortcuts and accelerators could really help.

You're the users, and you're the best people to tell us what you need.