Archive for July, 2010
Here is the link to AndroidPIT’s review of DroidLaw:
DroidLaw is your “mobile solution to legal reference materials on Android.” This app is a must-have if you’re studying for Law School or addicted to Judge Judy.
Price: Free (Add-ons extra)
Federal Rules included:
Civil ProcedureEvidenceAppellate ProcedureCriminal Procedure
One of the great features of DroidLaw is that you can search the entire database of materials, and the articles will narrow down as you type. Additionally, you can keep bookmarks if you’d like to come back to certain material at a later time. Plus, you can write and save notes too.
All material is automatically saved to your phone’s SD card so that you can access the material offline.
This app is developed and organized very well. The ability to purchase add-ons allows you to get the information you need without being bogged down in everything else.
Comprehensive law referenceOrganized and indexedSearch, copy, and share featuresSave notes and bookmark articles for laterAll material saved to SD card for offline use
Areas for improvement:
Allow ability to search within codes/articles
Conclusion: A thorough legal reference app you’re sure to need at some point. Know the (Federal) Rules!
Read full article at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BestAndroidAppsReview/~3/0yR4xeYqE6U/top-android-app-droidlaw-legal-reference.html