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14 minutes ago, Arb Pro Software said:

Hi Ben - Do you mean we should add the fact that people can download and try the app for free to our FAQ's ?

Yes.

I had been considering trying Arb Pro. But not willing to sign up without having a better play.

I checked out your web site and saw in your FAQ you do not have a free trial so shelved the idea...

 

I will check out the Demo.

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26 minutes ago, benedmonds said:

Yes.

I had been considering trying Arb Pro. But not willing to sign up without having a better play.

I checked out your web site and saw in your FAQ you do not have a free trial so shelved the idea...

 

I will check out the Demo.

Hi Ben - You can also have a free demo of the Desktop and the apps syncing and working with the desktop. Im not interested in pressure sales, if you want to see the software with no obligation whatsoever, get in touch and we will arrange a demo for you. We will just screen share and chat over the phone so no need to leave your office or for me to come to you... 

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Good idea, but i prefer to use paint to anonate my photos when in office, the finished product looks more professional without the scribbles but appreciate the phone app has the advantage of saving time out of office

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30 minutes ago, Treeation said:

Good idea, but i prefer to use paint to anonate my photos when in office, the finished product looks more professional without the scribbles but appreciate the phone app has the advantage of saving time out of office

oak windsor cottage.jpg

Exactly my point, looks great ! and how could your client not understand what you are proposing with that picture !

 

Our users use a finger to draw straight on the picture, its really useful and when you have 5 or more trees to do, its very quick and easy ! 

 

Great to see how other people are doing it, thanks for sharing ..

 

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18 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Google earth is good for identifying multiple trees, then Skitch to arrow and number.

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Hi Mick, this is great and the same again, we do this too on the app whilst on site .. heres an example of a map with two trees mapped. 

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56 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Google earth is good for identifying multiple trees, then Skitch to arrow and number.

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Witch craft Dempsey - witchcraft ! ;) k

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Oddly Mr Barrelltreecare laid this out last night- Google Street mapping is great fr showing where a tree used to be...... Yr Honour. K

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