Which Fastcase App Should We Build Next?

Ever since we launched the first full featured legal research app — Fastcase for the iPhone — back in January, we have been hearing a lot of requests for Fastcase apps for other smartphone platforms.

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We love getting this kind of feedback, so we created a poll where you cast your vote. (We can’t make any promises at this point about which type of app we will tackle next, but we will certainly factor in your feedback as we plan our next move).

In case you haven’t already heard: Fastcase is the largest law library on the iPhone, with free download of the app, and free searching of Fastcase’s comprehensive national law library of cases and statutes. The app uses the same next-generation legal research engine as Fastcase’s acclaimed Web-based platform. Fastcase for the iPhone users can search the comprehensive Fastcase legal research database with keyword (or “Boolean”) search in addition to citation lookup for cases and statutes. The app also supports “browsing” statutes in outline view. Best of all, the app is absolutely free to download and use. If you haven’t already dowloaded the app, you can get started here.

#1 Legal Research App

Winner of the prestigious American Association of Law Libraries (New Product) Award, Fastcase for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone is used by more attorneys than any other legal app according to the ABA. Anyone may use the app for free to access Fastcase's comprehensive legal research database on the go.