At a glance: Overall, I give Jobber an A+ and highly recommend it. About me: I was (out of business now to focus on school) a solo guy with 35 clients and quite a few random jobs and am about the least organized person in the world. I was using a paper calender and pencil and just picking up the check at the end of the month, but that wasn't working anymore. So what I was looking for would be something that could do everything without me thinking. It had to automatically schedule jobs once I entered the data. It had to give me reminders because I have a bad memory. If I had to skip a week, it needed to automatically move all jobs back. It needed to invoice, collect payment, look good, be available on mobile, be affordable, be intuitive, robust and come with a good customer service as well as provide anything else I might need. A tall order? Indeed. I looked all over for software that fit the bill. I might find a good software, but it would be expensive, or there would be cross-device compatibility issues, or it wouldn't be intuitive or something like that. There would always be a problem. Then I found Jobber. I knew instantly it was everything I needed. Not only did it have everything I would expect, but it had even MORE than I would expect. Here is a list of everything I loved about Jobber. First, as soon as I browsed around, I could tell this was a modern company that understood intuitiveness, aesthetics, while delivering a simplistic yet robust product. On the other hand, all other products I looked at just seemed.... old... and stuffy...and complicated...and problematic. So Jobber is incredibly easy to use. Another great thing is it is cloud based. That means I can access it anywhere that has internet, just like lawnsite. While I'm on the job, I can create a new client and it instantly updates on my home computer. Sweet. What I really loved was the customer service. I started using jobber last spring when Jobber was just a couple months old. There were lots of bugs right? But anytime I would have a problem, I just called Sam at jobber and he made sure the problem was fixed instantly. I would even suggest things that should be added to jobber and the team did it instantly. For instance, I suggested that the desktop version be available on mobile and they implemented it - even before I was a paying customer. The dashboard is an amazing feature. At any given moment you can look at everything that needs doing, from payments, to invoices, to jobs, to tasks, to events. Everything is under one roof and nothing slips through the cracks. You are able to check off jobs from the dashboard so you know they have been done (employees can do the same). This is great for complete organization. The calendar is amazing. You can instantly and easily put a new client, job, event, task, or note in the calender and it integrates into you dashboard, sends you custom reminders, and anything else you need. A super cool feature was the paypal integration. While on the job, I could send a custom invoice to a customer from my phone in just a couple clicks, and they could pay it instantly, directly from their email. Super easy, super awesome. It really helped get rid of non-paying clients because it was so easy customers had no excuse. There is an epic 30 day free trial where you can test everything. Being able to test-drive it and see how intuitive Jobber is really sold me. I felt instantly at home. Other than that, Jobber offers everything you would expect from a quality company. They are quick to listen and integrate what you want. They are always rolling out new updates and services. Their list of add-ons is already impressive, ranging from paypal integration, to quickbooks integration, to webforms, to timesheets, to chem tracking, to some really cool addons coming soon. For me, I couldn't have made it through this previous year without Jobber. It was easy, robust, cheap, and was actually fun. Who knew. I think for the majority of guys out there, jobber fits and exceeds the bill. In order to give a legitimate review, here are some things I didn't like about Jobber. I really wanted to be able to email clients directly from jobber, but was unable. I asked and they said it had something to do with privacy and the email subscriber they used and something I didn't really understand. It sounded legit. I wished you could shut it down for the winter months so you didn't have to pay, but that wasn't an option. That's alright, because I don't think anyone else lets you do that either. Those were my only complaints. All around, amazing software. I was actually kind of sad when I had to shut it down when I left the business. I had an amazing experience with the company, and can from a man who only bought the best and only provided the best service, I can truly say Jobber is the best. Period.