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PRO Landscape introduces companion for Android

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The product works in conjunction with PRO Landscape, Version 18 and higher.

| June 28, 2013

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Drafix Software has introduced PRO Landscape Companion for Android tablets. PRO Landscape Companion is the first Android application created specifically for professional landscape designers.

“We are excited to bring the PRO Landscape Companion mobile design solution to our customers who are using Android tablets,” said Pete Lord, president of Drafix Software. The Android application is another tool that helps our customers create the best designs possible, sell more projects and improve their bottom line.”

PRO Landscape Companion for Android works in conjunction with PRO Landscape, Version 18 and higher. The application allows users to create designs from scratch on their tablet using photos you’ve taken with the tablet. Users then have the option to transfer those designs to a computer and finish it in PRO Landscape.

If the design has been created on the computer in PRO Landscape it can be transferred to the tablet to present to a customer, and easily make design changes right in the field. PRO Landscape Companion for Android is available now for free from the Google play store at play.google.com.

PRO Landscape Companion is also available for the entire line of iPad devices.
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