Designed to work in conjunction with the publisher's mobile phone data keeper, this desktop database creator offers little on its own. Mobile Secretary for Desktop's almost blank interface is designed to let the user handcraft all data fields and folders. Any user needing a Help manual will be sorely disappointed and quick to give up on this freeware app. Operation shouldn't vex experienced users, but they'll find the app too limiting compared with other common database programs.
Mobile Secretary for Desktop requires the Java Runtime Environment to operate, which means it doesn't actually install to your system. That plus is overshadowed by the program's limited appeal. Users can create and fill fields easily enough with a few context clicks on the interface. Files are easily saved in the program's proprietary password-protected format.
There is no function to import data through traditional CSV files though. That means users will need to type everything manually. That's fine for a small amount of data in a few fields, or for brand new databases intended to be stored on a mobile phone. The caveat is that it only works in conjunction with the publisher's companion app. Most cell phones today include much more robust functions to store and transfer such data.
Even in tandem with the companion mobile phone app, we can't recommend Mobile Secretary for Desktop. It's simply too limited for today's market.
From ExWeb Tech Centre:
Let this Simple and Easy to use's Mobile Secretary keep all your secret informations in one place securely, now with better encryption method, flexibility and features !!When use together with Mobile Secretary 3.5 for mobile phone, you can make your data entry easier. You can directly enter data by using your PC and export to your mobile phone easily. You can also export your data from your mobile phone and store in your PC as backup, do no need to worry in case of mobile phone stolen or damaged. Of course, you are freely to use this desktop edition without need to purchase the phone edition.