Opps sorry, I thought you meant google can be integrated with it, lol!
YES, yes, I did do my research (I am not armless, just misunderstood)
(Here is what I found out: The below text is what I've posted via some other forum. I just CUT N' PASTED my reply):::::
I read in some music industry articles written by industry-professionals (from the "Indie Bible", etc.) and from the looks of it, it seems "FILEMAKER PRO" is the easiest and most flexible route to go. Versus Access, it's both PC & Mac compatible (like u said), and although it may not have as many complicated functions as Access, it's a tad slightly easier to learn because you don't have to be "as" knowlegable in the computer programming language.
check out this website; this was a good resource for info:
And to add to your point;
There was an article I found called "DATABASE TIPS", written by Derek Sivers, CEO of "CD Baby". In there he lists the best programs to use, in order, and they were as follows: 1: FileMaker Pro, 2: MS Works, 3: ACT, 4: MS Access, 5: MS Outlook.
(again, my bad! thought I'd also ask on the comp tech forums being that you guys are more prone to computer programming databases).
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