Microsoft's Dynamics team has rolled out Dynamics NAV client apps for iPad, Android and Windows 8.x.
Dynamics NAV, one of Microsoft's four ERP apps, is aimed largely at small business users.
The new Dynamics NAV client apps are free, but require Microsoft's Dynamics NAV ERP on the back end. Different sets of features are supported in the clients depending on which version of the Dynamics NAV server apps they use.
As the MSDynamicsWorld.com site noted earlier this summer, Microsoft is aiming to deliver its latest major release of Dynamics NAV before the end of this year. The Dynamics NAV 2015 release is codenamed "Crete."
At Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference in July, Microsoft officials outlined some of the features coming for NAV 2015, including Office 365 list integration, document reporting, Power BI functionality and cross-device support
Microsoft's Dynamics CRM team has been at the forefront of developing a Windows 8/Modern/Metro-Style version of its client application. It also has released.
The Dynamics AX team also introduced earlier this year. The AX team also previously launched a Business Analyzer client app for Windows 8 and a time and expense app for Windows 8, iOS and Android.