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Review: ProntoForms helps users with form creation

Create forms with prebuilt templates in this mobile version of Pronto Forms.

Form creation, for many companies, is a giant hassle. It requires hiring a lawyer or paying for a template to be customized to the needs of that company. For professional-looking forms, this can be quite costly, especially in certain service industries where forms are a vital part of the business. Pronto Forms has been providing a solution for this problem for years and now offers a mobile app version of their popular Web-based software for service providers to quickly generate and share forms with customers and leads.

Pronto Forms requires you to have an account with the service, so you'll first need to either register or log in. If you are not already registered, there is a 30-day free trial you can use to test it out. The final cost is $25/user/month and you can have as many users as you want on your account. After signing up, you can instantly access any of the forms in the library and start testing them for your business. Add or remove any section of a form, customize it to your brand, add new information, or edit it to your specifications with relative ease. While there is no interface tutorial and quite a few options, including all of the forms you've downloaded and an inbox, drafts, and an outbox to maneuver, once you figure out the basics, it's actually very fast and relatively intuitive to use.

Pronto Forms has a very specific audience of service providers and contractors who, on a daily basis, fill out and send dozens of forms for client orders, estimates, evaluations, and expenses, among other things. By placing all of these forms in a digital package, Pronto Forms streamlines much of this process. While the pricing will depend on your business's needs, the app, itself, is a well-structured tool for use of the service.

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