BPMN Facilis

BPMN Facilis


Apia Facilis is a free, easy to use, multiplataform tool, that allows designing of business processes in accordance with the latest versions of BPMN and XPDL standards.

Requirements:
- Adobe AIR for Android.

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3.5
User ratings
37
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
4103 kb
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About BPMN Facilis
Apia Facilis is a free, easy to use, multiplataform tool, that allows designing of business processes in accordance with the latest versions of BPMN and XPDL standards.

Requirements:
- Adobe AIR for Android.

Don't you know Apia? Please check the following link: http://www.statum.biz/web/guest/apia

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 17, 2013
Ridiculously small Tiny tiny ui elements on note 3. Impossible to use. Shame as looks promising.
A Google User
Oct 21, 2013
Potential but too small Need to be able to zoom in more
A Google User
Oct 10, 2013
To hard to work with on hi-res display On nexus7 2013 is very hard to use this app. Everything is tiny and doesn't respond well.
A Google User
Aug 16, 2012
XPDL sketching in your hand, where it should be. Anyone working with process and workflow within an organization should install this app. While there are several general diagram editors for Android, this is one of the few that focuses only on process definitions. That it works internally with the XPDL standard format makes it fit for real world pro use. Great job! Note: Use a tablet. It's not a phone app ;)
A Google User
Aug 16, 2012
XPDL sketching in your hand, where it should be. Anyone working with process and workflow within an organization should install this app. While there are several general diagram editors for Android, this is one of the few that focuses only on process definitions. That it works internally with the XPDL standard format makes it fit for real world pro use. Great job! Note: Use a tablet. It's not a phone app ;)