There's a new app from Microsoft on Android. Are you excited? Well, only a select few of you will remain so. The new arrival is Dynamics CRM for tablets, which joins the previously released CRM for phones. Look Microsoft, it's not that we don't appreciate the attention you're paying to Android, but why is this a separate app?

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Dynamics CRM for tablets does the same thing the phone counterpart does. It helps businesses manage sales, track business relationships, and manage user support. In short: it's businessy. This version has a somewhat more Windows Metro-ish vibe with a tablet layout. I'd say it's decidedly less ugly than the phone app.

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The app itself is free, but Dynamics CRM licenses start at $65 per month. If your company uses CRM, this is big news. Otherwise you'll probably never think about Dynamics CRM again.