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Email-based sign in for Dynamics 365 for phones and tablets (iOS) 

We are thrilled to announce that the Email-based sign-in experience for Dynamics 365 for phones and tablet app is now Generally Available for iOS users. Signing in using an email address has been a long standing ask from the customers and we are excited to deliver it to you. What is it? Dynamics 365 for phones...Read more

Preview: Email-based sign in for Dynamics 365 for phones app 

We are thrilled to announce that the “Email-based sign-in” experience for Dynamics 365 for phones app is now available in preview for iOS users. What is it? Dynamics 365 for phones users will now be able to sign in to the app using their work email address with a single click. With this new sign...Read more

Using Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Windows, iOS, and Android 

Here is some insight into Dynamics NAV’s upcoming support for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1, iOS, and Android. Windows 10 We’ve added support for Windows 10 Creators Update released in 2017 and are preparing for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. We’ve also thrown in support for some interesting Windows features and devices – keep...Read more

New Mobile Samples using Web API 

I’m pleased to announce we have published two new mobile samples to GitHub. Both of these samples demonstrate the same ActivityTracker functionality provided by earlier samples. They have been updated to use the Dynamics CRM Web API and they support iOS9 and Android 6 platforms. The iOS application is written using Swift 2, rather than...Read more

Technology isn't Mobile, You Are 

Mobile technology didn’t just spring forth out of the ether one day. From laptops to wearables and every device in between, it’s taken us years to develop the ever-connected world we now live…...Read more

New Mobile app SDK samples for iOS, Android, and Windows 

We’re happy to release a collection of mobile app SDK samples to help deliver mobile-first solutions with Dynamics CRM. These starter apps for iOS, Android, and Windows platforms are for mobile developers looking to get started with Dynamics CRM as well as for seasoned Dynamics CRM developers exploring mobile development. The sample apps leverage the...Read more

New sample code for Dynamics CRM mobile development on Windows 8 

Have you wanted to write Windows 8.1 store apps, including universal apps, that can access the Dynamics CRM web service but found the OAuth, SOAP, and OData technologies that CRM supports a bit much to grasp? Well, this sample code release should help to get you started! The Microsoft.Crm.Sdk.Mobile source code sample is a partial...Read more