Grab the latest version of GimmalPoint for free with exclusive WPCentral promotion

GimmalPoint ( for Windows 8 and Windows Phone enables consumers to connect to SharePoint and view documents, sites, lists, libraries and more in multiple views. It’s billed as the most featured-rich solution available on Microsoft’s app stores and is developed by Liquid Daffodil.

We've covered these apps in the past, passing through beta testing and going gold. Today, we’re looking at a significant update. But not only do we have a new release, but there is a special offer exclusively available for Windows Phone Central readers.

Without further ado, here’s the full list of changes in the latest versions of GimmalPoint:

  • Yammer integration, which includes reading and updating timelines for all networks, as well as sharing documents, lists and more from the apps
  • Offline storage and management for Windows Store, perfect for when connectivity is sketchy
  • Enhanced ADFS/Federation support
  • Connections now synchronise across all devices and platforms (including auto-sensing credential entry)

GimmalPoint Promotion

As touched on above, not only has Liquid Daffodil pushed through the above features, but Gimmal is also running a special promotion for the Windows Phone Central community. What this promotion will bag you is not only both apps for free, but also the optional in-app purchase for management/editing functionality.

This special deal will save you around $13 in total, should you download both the Windows and Windows Phone apps. That's not a bad deal. So, how does one take advantage of this promotion?


It’s super simple to grab both apps for free. Download the GimmalPoint trials from the app stores (which expires in 15 days) and enter the promotion code WPCENTRAL (see above for a screenshot). That’s it! You now have GimmalPoint along with future versions and updates.

You can download GimmalPoint from the Windows Phone and Windows stores. Let us know how you get on with the promotion code.

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.