SmartUse is a New Professional Windows 8, 10 Construction App

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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The Windows Store is growing day by day and I’m happy when I see awesome apps getting published. One such really professional application is Smart Use, a new app that you are invited to download right away on your Windows 8 tablet if you happen to work and deal with construction.
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SmartUse is a new addition to the Windows Store that I spotted during this week and I finally got a moment to talk about it. This is a really professional application that will help those working in the construction field and even amateurs with their projects. The can be downloaded completely for free and has a size of less than 4 megabytes. To be able to enjoy all of its features and to decided whether you’ll be interested in buying the paid app, you have at your disposal a free 30-day trial with full features and 100 sheets of storage.

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After that, it will be either a monthly fee of $49 or a one time payment of $749. It might seem as too much, but since it’s aimed at a niche audience, it makes sense to price it premium. Plus, their product is professionally made and deserves this prices. Since this app is obviously aimed at Windows 8 tablets thanks to their portability and ease of use in the workfield, the developer has decided to include Windows RT support, as well, so if you own a Surface or a Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet, you will be able to use the app in all its grandeur.

Manage construction projects on your Windows 8 tablet

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The best app to handle your construction projects. Manage and redline your plans, create and track your punch lists, collaborate with your team and partners from anywhere with the fastest solution available. With an intuitive and touch-friendly user interface, SmartUse runs on all Windows devices and iPads, and they can all communicate together. Work smarter and take a step forward with SmartUse.

Aimed at tablets, SmartUse is also available on iPads, but rest assured that information is correlated and synchronized across all devices – a really useful features for teamwork. By using the SmartUse construction app for Windows 8, you will be able to  manage much easier your construction projects – redline plans, create and track punch lists, collaborate with colleagues and track progress of your goals and goals.

The app comes with plenty of useful features, such as the following – fast PDF viewing; the ability to quickly share markups, new revisions, pictures, videos, notes and more; the option to track and complete punch lists directly from the jobsite; auto-hyperlinking of your detail callouts; the ability to easily navigate between documents; comparison tool between sheets and much more.

The Windows Store is quite poor when it comes to apps related to homes, construction or architecture, but we’ve managed to write about some, such as Electric Toolkit to manage your house wiring projects, Live Interior 3D for interior design and others. If you’re interested in SmartUse, go ahead and follow the link from below to download it on your devices.

Download SmartUse construction app for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 

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