Salesforce Classic

Salesforce Classic


To get the latest Salesforce functionality on your device, search Google Play for Salesforce1.

Salesforce Classic is built on our classic user interface which does not include Chatter or other recent enhancements.

Salesforce Classic gives you access to your Salesforce information on your Android device. Choose between:

FREE VERSION (also referred to as Mobile Lite)
Free for ALL salesforce.com customers (all license types).
- Access standard CRM data from your device
- Have your Salesforce Admin enable Mobile Lite for your organization

FULL VERSION
Requires Performance Edition, Unlimited Edition, or add-on mobile license
- Customizable with mobile access to custom objects and configurations

Salesforce Classic supports touchscreen devices running Android 2.2.x through 4.3 when installed via the Google Play Store.

Salesforce Classic device support is based primarily on operating system version. Carrier / model / OS combinations are not individually certified. It may be possible for newer devices with unsupported operating systems to download and install the Salesforce Classic application, but they should not be considered supported configurations until the operating system version is listed as officially supported.

Recent changes:
2.0.8
Bug fixes

2.0.7
Updated icons

v2.0.6
Bug Fixes

v2.0.5
Resolved activation issue on Android 4.3

v2.0.4
Fixed error on record save

v2.0.3
Date based custom list views
Galaxy S4 field backgrounds
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Free
62
3.1
User ratings
1209
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
2
File size
9050 kb
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About Salesforce Classic
To get the latest Salesforce functionality on your device, search Google Play for Salesforce1.

Salesforce Classic is built on our classic user interface which does not include Chatter or other recent enhancements.

Salesforce Classic gives you access to your Salesforce information on your Android device. Choose between:

FREE VERSION (also referred to as Mobile Lite)
Free for ALL salesforce.com customers (all license types).
- Access standard CRM data from your device
- Have your Salesforce Admin enable Mobile Lite for your organization

FULL VERSION
Requires Performance Edition, Unlimited Edition, or add-on mobile license
- Customizable with mobile access to custom objects and configurations

Salesforce Classic supports touchscreen devices running Android 2.2.x through 4.3 when installed via the Google Play Store.

Salesforce Classic device support is based primarily on operating system version. Carrier / model / OS combinations are not individually certified. It may be possible for newer devices with unsupported operating systems to download and install the Salesforce Classic application, but they should not be considered supported configurations until the operating system version is listed as officially supported.

Recent changes:
2.0.8
Bug fixes

2.0.7
Updated icons

v2.0.6
Bug Fixes

v2.0.5
Resolved activation issue on Android 4.3

v2.0.4
Fixed error on record save

v2.0.3
Date based custom list views
Galaxy S4 field backgrounds

Android Market Comments
A Google User
6 days ago
Don't show much information..like reports
A Google User
Apr 7, 2015
Still shows old events As live, despite them being months ago. Makes looking at plans for the day annoyingly difficult. Poor app
A Google User
Apr 1, 2015
Can't Activate-- Salesforce won't accept my activation code and I'm unable to get help. Another useless unsupported App. 'Wonder how much my employer wasted on this piece of garbage.
A Google User
Mar 29, 2015
Really quite poor Can't access cases as far as I can see. The ui is awful and it's just really clunky.
A Google User
Mar 19, 2015
Windows 95 works better I switched from using SF on the iphone to android and this version is lousy. It has begun to crash when I am trying to save appointments and the answer I get is to reinstall the app. Been there, done that and the problem persists. .....I wanted to take the time to review this app again after being forced to use it instead of Exchange. This app still stinks. I'm not sure who created it, but for someone who spends 100% of my time in the field, this app needs to be redesigned. Ex. when a customer calls a
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