Tap Forms Organizer 5 Database

Tap Forms Organizer 5 Database for PC and Mac

Published by Tap Zapp Software Inc. on 2023-03-13

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.12.2
  • Category: Business
  • Licence: $49.99
  • Software version: 5.3.35
  • File size: 25.28 MB


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Tap Forms Organizer 5 Database Overview

What is Tap Forms Organizer 5 Database? Tap Forms 5 is an organizational app that helps users store and manage various types of information in one place. It offers 33 built-in templates and allows users to create their own customized forms for inputting any kind of information, including pictures, doodles, audio recordings, calculations, file attachments, ratings, or links to other forms. The app offers advanced features such as scripting support, syncing with Tap Forms for iOS and Mac, layout designer, advanced search rules, lightning-fast search, and label printing engine. It also provides security settings to store confidential data with confidence. The app can import and export data from various file formats and offers more than 25 different types of information storage options. The app includes more than 33 built-in forms, including audio dictation, bank accounts, clients, expenses, loyalty cards, and wine collection.


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Tap Forms Organizer 5 Database Features and Description

Key Features:

- Capture and organize various types of information with 25 different types of fields, including text, photos, audio recordings, calculations, file attachments, ratings, and links to other forms.

- Create and customize forms for optimal organization with integrated form building tools and ready-to-go form templates.

- Secure confidential data with optional password protection and AES encryption.

- Import data from existing files and export to share with Mac, Windows, and Linux users.

- Advanced features include scripting support, sync with Tap Forms for iOS and Mac, layout designer, advanced search rules, lightning-fast search, form template sharing, and label printing engine.

- Store 25 different types of information, such as scripts, tables, GPS location, contact, date, time, number, rating, and more.

- Includes more than 33 built-in forms for audio dictation, bank accounts, clients, expenses, loyalty cards, and more.



Pros:

  • - Short learning curve
  • - Excellent online user manual
  • - Outstanding developer support
  • - Runs perfectly on Mac OS 11
  • - Fast and reliable synching
  • - Back up and synch across iOS devices

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13

FAQs

Tap Forms Organizer 5 Database - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism


  • By loubmac

    Fun and easy to use -- but powerful

    I don’t know why it took me so long to discover this database program! I’ve been using a Windows since the late 1980’s and have successively used HyperCard, Panorama, Bento, and most recently FileMaker for my personal database needs. I enjoy using database programs, but for my needs FileMaker was just too much work and expense. So I’ve been using Tap Forms now for about two months and the more I use it the better I like it. It has a short learning curve, excellent online user manual, and outstanding developer support. It runs perfectly on Windows OS 11.1 Big Sur. It easily and accurately imported my FileMaker data files. The two things I especially like about Tap Forms are first, I’ve found it very easy to make changes in how I catalog my information in the database over time. So, it’s surprisingly flexible for people like me who may not have planned their database structure perfectly from the start. Second is that it syncs my data quickly and flawlessly among all my devices through iCloud – no glitches. It’s actually now one of my favorite programs. It’s fun and easy to use (but powerful), and JUST WORKS. A big thank-you to the developer, Tap Zapp Software, for a great database program!


  • By JHerlocker

    I will be very, very unhappy if this program ever goes away

    Tap Forms is my go-to data organizer. My daily steps/activity/weight readings (going back to Sept 2008 — I brought over data from Bento when they disestablished); my medical results/readings/appointment notes; lists of various documents such as insurance, with details in case the house burns or whatever; wines we like and dislike (with photos of the labels, because we remember labels better than names); soup mixes we like and dislike, with notes on variations we’ve tried; my wife’s crochet projects, with details I don’t understand and pretty photos; and a database of online writers I’ve tipped via PayPal. Oh, and an encrypted record of all our usernames and passwords. All of this gets backed up and synched across our iOS devices, so no matter where we go, we have these records. In the previous main version, synching was okay, but needed a kick occasionally; with the current version, it took me a little while to have a warm fuzzy it was working, it was so fast and reliable and unobtrusive. I am very dependent on this program (even more so than I was on Bento), and I don’t even use half of its great features.


  • By Cleopatra peanut

    so far not so good

    I just bought this today. There are supposed to be 33 built in forms. I can find ZERO. I have tried to play the training videos. They never load. I have tried to import my contacts, I cannot. I am supposed to be able to link forms, I cannot figure out how. I have used MS Access very successfully. I was able to teach the Microsoft Store trainers how to use Bento and connect forms in ways they truly did not know were possible. For years I have searched for a Bento replacement without having to buy FileMaker for several $100’s. This should be easier and there should be usable directions. If I cannot make this work in a reasonable amount of time and effort, I will be requesting a refund for both the iPhone app and the Windows app. Update: after about an hour of searching I found the 33 built in forms. However, I cannot move them to the folders I want them in. I do not want to mix personal and business. Still cannot figure out how to import contacts, or link databases. So frustrated. I have downloaded the FileMaker Pro free trial. I wish I had not downloaded this paid version from the Microsoft App store, as there is a free trial version on the Tap Forms website. Try it before you buy it. It is not as easy and flexible as implied so far. If I were completely new to databases that would be one thing, but I have enough experience to understand how they “should” work in general.


  • By SMKA@ThePointe

    Brendan fixed my crash THE SAME DAY—A SUNDAY!

    Best app support EVER! Tap Forms is that significant other that you never would have met if your ex didn’t dump you. Thanks for the buh-bye, Bento, all those years ago. I’ve always appreciated Brendan Duddridge for releasing, maintaining, and improving what is now my brain stem for keeping track of personal and professional details. I never had any issues with the app, until last weekend when one of my brain lobes crashed. I emailed tech support (Brendan) on Sunday hoping to at least eventually recover my data. He responded within a few hours ON SUNDAY and promised to solve my issue. He didn’t need to recover my data because the app updates to Tap Forms 5 for Windows & iOS were approved by Microsoft by Monday afternoon—the day after I thought my data went buh-bye like Bento. I updated and, like magic, the world was right again. Did I mention he found & fixed the problem THE SAME DAY—A SUNDAY?! If you’re looking for a great database that works across all your platforms, stop looking. This is it, it keeps getting better, and the developer has your back. Thanks, Brendan!!


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