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Hi guys been using I certifi for a few years but now moved on from ios does anyone know of a good alternative on android that will work across devices easily without a PhD.


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I've used EasyCert for years. Fair price and easy to use. Customer help has always been fast and very helpful. - I've no connection to them!


Electrician's Arms
Use the NICEIC App myself as its free and been reliable, although lost a days worth of testing results recently on a EICR due to not syncing correctly which is annoying!

Heard a few people rave about www.electraform.co.uk recently who appear to be a new kid on the block, might be worth having a look.


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I use easycert but only on windows. Great product that suits me well.

Look into the costs though as the mobile version is extra to the base package and you might even need to pay the annual care package fee for syncing etc.

Phil Thompson

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Electrician's Arms
I use EasyCert. Works on both IOS and Android, I only pay the 1 licence so use it on my Galaxy Tablet.

But play trialled it on my iPhone 6 first.

Easy to use, codes things from the tick list and enters into the appropriate area, all your business details and testers details and digital signature added automatically,
Can save clients details which is very handy for me doing appartments for Rentals. Same owner each time.

Well worth the time saved and easy to use.

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