Top 10 Data Collection Apps for iOS

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There are plenty of reasons to collect data on an iPhone or iPad. Perhaps you need to conduct a survey, or maybe you’re onsite for your job and need to document information: where you are, what time it is, what type of work is being done, related costs, etc.

Fortunately, there are a lot of data collection apps to help make our lives easier. Unfortunately, there are a lot of data collection apps might not fit your needs.

Is your app able to collect the data you need? Is it easy to use? The needs of someone responsible for collecting data for a doctor’s office will be different from those of someone surveying the migration patterns of the Egyptian moth population.

Best Data Collection Apps for Business

  1. QuickTapSurvey:

    This app is best for situations in which the answers are multiple choice or yes/no questions. People who want accurate answers to broader questions might like this app. Think about asking questions outside of a sporting venue or at a mall during Christmas time. Those who might consent to answering a survey will want it to be quick and painless. This survey could be the one. This form is good for keeping track of signatures, photos and other things needed for jobsites or door to door surveys. This form can also import SurveyMonkey forms so you will literally have your survey everywhere you are.

  2. iFormBuilder:

    This one actually plugs into your existing databases so you can import old data. If you enter a client’s name into the form, it can go into your database and find other important information about the person and autofill the rest of the form. This can save a lot of time and hassle, and keep everyone organized.

  3. Magpi:

    You can send a message to people about an upcoming meeting or sales call. Then, if you made a phone call to the person and they email or text you back, Magpi will ensure that you have that data stored, and if not, it will capture it and keep it. You could also send out a survey, and as people respond, their data will be saved.

  4. Device Magic:

    If you are working with a client or future client and typing on your phone, you know it can be tedious and slow. Device Magic picks up on what you’re doing and sends as much information as it has on file to your device. Thus, you can have all of the info auto filled without you needing to communicate with anyone else.

  5. TrackVia:

    Advertises itself as a database app builder that gives the user 90 percent of the benefits of a custom app with only 10 percent of the effort. The user can add the features they desire to see so they can manage customers, products, projects, and more. 

  6. Formhub:

    A completely free tool. Most people report that Formhub has a greater learning curve than other form builders, but once a person learns how to use it, Formhub is more powerful. It can do things most other apps cannot do, but it is important that the group inputs as much data as possible, then it can do a lot for data sorting for an organization.

  7. HanDbase:

    This app allows people to connect to forms using their desktop, as well as tablets and smartphones. It has been used for inventories, surveys, directories, patient lists, billing codes and other things. The app has 19 different field types to facilitate making forms just like you want.

  8. Statistic Visualizer:

    This app is nicknamed StatViz and has been referred to as a great tool for students as well as researchers. Users will have access to graphs and will be able to conduct statistical calculations. This app is often used by students who are first learning statistics, so it goes into data and helps turn numbers into tools.

  9. Polldaddy:

    This is a simple poll taking app that teachers, managers, and anyone who wants to conduct a poll electronically, but in person can use. Using Polldaddy, you can go out in the field with the poll on your tablet, have people take the poll, then when you get back to the office, turn on the computer, and the information will be mined and sorted.

Creating your own forms can be practically impossible to do well. You always leave something out—and sometimes a lot of something. Once you do fill it out, how do get data to a place you can use it? Using data collection makes the entire process much easier and efficient. These are some of the more popular, and some that will be useful for different tasks.

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