/ June 6, 2012

Announcing Fastcase for Android

Fastcase for Android DocumentAttention Android users!  Fastcase’s award-winning legal research app is now available for free on any Android device.  Like our apps for the iPhone and the iPad, the Android app incorporates Fastcase’s smarter search tools including powerful algorithms that rank best results first, citation analysis tools, and Mobile Sync with desktop subscriptions to Fastcase.

As with our iOS apps, a free registration is required, so we can save your favorites and search history across devices.

Early reviews are calling the Fastcase app a must-have for lawyers with Android devices:

“In my opinion, every attorney should have this app on his or her mobile device. . . . With this app, it is quick and easy to do legal research on the road. And at a cost of zero, you can’t beat the price.” (Bob Ambrogi, LawSites Blog)

“According to the American Bar Association (ABA) 2011 Technology Survey, the award-winning Fastcase mobile apps are the “most-often mentioned product names for downloaded legal-specific smart phone apps” and account for more users in the legal-specific mobile marketplace (25%) than industry leaders Lexis (9%) and Westlaw (11%) combined.” (Jean O’Grady, Dewey B Strategic Blog)

“Fastcase seeks to set the standard for mobile legal research, and their mobile app design will be something Lexis and Westlaw will have to work hard to match. We’re only halfway through 2012, and I can already tell you this will be a 2012 must have Android app for attorneys.” (Jeffrey Taylor, TheDroidLawyer.com)

“I have no doubts that any attorney or librarian who needs to do research on the fly would consider this app to be an important part of their research arsenal.” (Jenny Wondracek, RIPS Law Librarian Blog)

“It’s a tremendous resource.” (Matthew Hickey, The Sociable Lawyer)

“The fact that Fastcase makes these apps with access to 50 states’ statutes and case law available for free to subscribers and non-subscribers goes a long way toward access to the law for all people.” (Catherine Sanders Reach, Attorney At Work)

More and more research is mobile, with an increasing share being done on iPhones and Android devices.  That’s why Fastcase has pioneered apps for the mobile market — smarter tools that work the way you do: anywhere, anytime, and on any device.

For more information and for links to download the app at Google Play, visit us at http://www.fastcase.com/android/.

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