The fully redesigned MyCase Mobile App features simplified workflows, improved stability, and refined user experience to help attorneys on the move stay productive.
Whether in the office, in court, or somewhere in between, the MyCase Mobile App provides attorneys with the ability to manage their practice efficiently, take advantage of every moment of their day, and keep up-to-date with critical changes to their caseload.
The MyCase app allows you to:
See your day, at a glance: Upcoming events, tasks, and new client messages are instantly available when you open the app
Be productive, wherever you are: Complete tasks, create events, and
send client messages
Carry all your files in your pocket: Access case and firm files from anywhere
Create time entries on-the-go and never miss a billable minute
Stay up-to-date: Files, calendars, and documents stay in sync with all changes
Download the latest version of the MyCase Mobile App today!
Bugfixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
I normally don't write reviews, but after reading all of the negative, I decided I would for this app. I would rate a 4.5 due to the app missing a couple features that would be nice to have.
First off, I'm still using the 4s, but with iOS8. I have not had any problems. I can add/edit/delete notes, times, etc.
The best features for me are having easy access to my contacts, calendars, case notes, docs, and direct messaging with clients all on the go. It has saved me a ton of time with time entry.
As other people have stated, you can't add a case from the app. To me this isn't that big of a deal. Yeah, it seems like it would've been an easy feature to add, but I don't necessarily need it. I don't work exclusively from my phone. I still set up a hard file and setting up the matter at the computer is not that difficult. The other feature that is missing is accessing invoices. Again, not a deal breaker for me. It would be nice to have, but when I'm preparing invoices, I don't mind reviewing at the computer so I can go through in great detail.
I come from a firm that used Abacus. The mobility features of MyCase are amazing compared to Abacus.
So, if you're looking to save time and make more money, this app will do it.
Update makes this unusable
My previous review is below, and it was practically glowing. Now I can’t use the app at all b/c the calendar doesn’t link to my cases.
Not sure what the negative reviews are about. I almost exclusively use the app to run my entire caseload. I only use the website to integrate emails and do invoicing/payments. It's not spectacular - I've recommended a lot of changes and additions that have not yet been implemented, although changes I've recommended for the website have. Sometimes it gets buggy, and you have to delete the app and then reinstall. I've probably had to do that four times in the past three years. So, while there could definitely be some improvements, it's perfectly acceptable and allows me to only bring my phone into court instead of a laptop. Every lawyer I work with who still has to cart in boxes of files envies my system. Good stuff.
I give the desktop version all the credit in the world. But it is simply unforgivable to have an app that doesn’t sync my task list properly. I find myself unable to really rely on using this app to organize my tasks because, even after hours of working my tasks on my computer, I open my phone app to tweak my schedule, and the task list is completely out of sync with the hours of work I just performed on my CPU. Additionally, some “overdue” tasks are tasks I completed weeks ago and when I try to hit the “complete” button on the app (which is redundant considering I already did this on my CPU), it says “something went wrong” and refuses to make the “overdue” task go away! Please please please fix this, or else this is no better than the hugely unreliable Evernote app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.