Put your Data.com contacts on the map with N. Gager*,
the iOS App for Salesforce’s Data.com.
Latest News & Information
I’m sure some of you may have heard by now that a security vulnerability in an open source code library, called OpenSSL, was discovered on April 7th 2014. This vulnerability is called the Heartbleed Bug and if estimates out there are to be taken as accurate, may affect up to half a million websites. As [...]
Today the Apple approved and released N. Gager* 1.2 on the App Store. It took them 6 minutes to review and approve the new release. So yes, the new feature is very quick and easy to use. What is the new feature? While viewing a contact you can now press the flag icon in the [...]
I would like to announce that, starting today, users will be able to download N. Gager* 1.1 from the App Store. This new version includes a “Contribute Your Data” feature from the Tools section. Some of you may have already been trying out the new contribution features I detailed in a post about the beta [...]
Pronunciation, Overview, History & the Team
N. Gager* is pronounced as you would usually pronounce “engage a star“.
N. Gager* is a iOS contacts app that enables Data.com users to search millions of business professionals and download them directly to your iOS device so you can reach them instantly. Have a look at the app’s features to learn more about why you should be using N. Gager* for Data.com or download it from the App Store now!
Development on N. Gager* began in May 2009, and was initially released on the App Store in November 2009, simply named ixcitable. Six months later it was decided to remove it from the App Store for technical reasons. It remained in development until it’s re-release in February 2012 as N. Gager*. During it’s time off the App Store, N. Gager* has gone through multiple design changes, layer and framework creations, service swaps and rebranding. It’s seen Jigsaw.com bought by Salesforce.com, the birth of Data.com and spent two days meeting, and showing off in front of, the Jigsaw and Salesforce teams at Cloudforce London 2011.
N. Gager* is developed by a team of one, myself, Ray Scott. Follow me on Twitter @rayascott, connect with me on LinkedIn or use the contact form to get in touch.