Procore Now Available on Windows 10 Native App

New functionality includes offline access to current set of drawings as well as photo, specification and directory management

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Procore will be releasing new tools on the Windows app on monthly with the goal of reaching feature parity with the Procore iOS and Android apps within the next 12 months.
Procore will be releasing new tools on the Windows app on monthly with the goal of reaching feature parity with the Procore iOS and Android apps within the next 12 months.

Procore is now available for Windows 10 native app. The Windows 10 app will feature functionality that will provide Procore users with more efficiency when they’re working in the field, which includes offline access to your current set of drawings. Additionally, drawing, photo and specification management are the first of many Procore tools that will be available on the Windows 10 native app.

Download the app from the Microsoft Store.

“The Procore Windows 10 app will simplify the way we work by allowing our teams to use one system, one way, on one device,” said Matt Brock, Assistant Project Executive at CBG Building Company. “Jobsites often have unreliable Internet access, so knowing that the Windows app is already downloaded to our devices is reassuring.”

Procore for Windows 10 app is launching with the following features:

  • Drawing management with offline access

  • Photo management

  • Specification management 

  • Directory management 

From here on out Procore will be releasing new tools on the Windows app on a monthly cadence, with the goal of reaching feature parity with the Procore iOS and Android apps within the next 12 months.

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