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Blueprints Go Mobile

Need to have your landscape blueprints with you on the go, but don't want to carry bulky piles of paper?

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Check out this new iPad app from the folks at PlanGrid, which allows you to upload landscape plans to the cloud, where they are then automatically synced with the iPads of your crew in the field. Once on the iPad, they can be revised, saved and shared from wherever you may be.

The app is currently free, as is up to 50 sheets of storage. For more information, visit www.plangrid.com .

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