Christina Steinbrecker / February 21, 2012

Introducing: Mobile Sync from Fastcase

Fastcase’s award-winning mobile legal research app is now synchronized with the Fastcase bar association member benefit along with accounts for law firms and law schools.  Until now, the systems have been separate, so favorites and search history on the phone stayed on the phone while desktop history stayed on the desktop.  Now, with Fastcase Mobile Sync, you can connect your accounts, bringing together favorites and usage history.  Plus, when you save cases on the go, you can access them through your desktop where it’s easy to print, find expanded search information, and access support from Fastcase reference attorneys and technical professionals.

To sync your accounts follow the instructions below:

Log into Fastcase through your bar association, law school, or law firm landing page.  Once logged in, scroll over the Options menu and select Mobile Sync.

Once on the Mobile Sync page, you will be prompted to enter an email address.  This will be your username for logging in using the mobile app.  When you’ve entered your email address, click Go.  We will send an email to this address to confirm that you own it.  The email will contain a link that you must click to complete the sync process.

Tip: If you already use Fastcase for the iPhone or Fastcase for the iPad and are syncing your accounts, please use the email address associated with your preexisting app account.

If you have already established a mobile app account, simply click the link in the email, and your two accounts will automatically link together.

If you are creating a new mobile app account, you will be prompted to enter a password and to confirm your first and last name.  After that, just click Finish, and your existing desktop account will be linked to your new mobile account.

Questions?  Call Fastcase at 1-866-773-2782 or email support@fastcase.com.

Curious about whether your bar association offers Fastcase? Check out a list of our partners here.

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