Appsbar Recognizes Inventory App as the appsbar.com App of the Day

A new mobile application released on appcatch.com enables food service workers to keep inventory on smartphones.

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Unlike the written version of inventory, the information on the app is instantly sharable and completely mobile

(PRWEB) March 16, 2013

The Anaheim Union High School District has gone mobile with an application built using the DIY app builder at appsbar.com. The Inventory App was designed for the food services arm of the high school district and is used to keep inventory.

The mobile app has all of the same forms and line items from an inventory sheet with entries for items in the pantry, freezer, and dry storage. The app also has a page with information on procedures for handling various food items. Unlike the written version of inventory, the information on the app is instantly sharable and completely mobile.

The app is optimized for both iOS and Android smartphones.

Launched in 2011, Appsbar opens up the mobile marketing category for small and medium-size businesses, artists and musicians, and individuals who want to create in that space. Appsbar has done this by removing the two largest barriers; cost and programming expertise. Appsbar is doing for mobile apps what companies like Intuit and Blogger have done for novices looking to publish websites and blogs.

To create an app of your own with the free and easy-to-use app maker, go to appsbar.com. To view or download other interesting new apps for free, visit appcatch.com.


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