Download Caller's Companion

Demo/Trial Version - Limited to 50 dances entered

Caller's Companion is self-running and does not require any other software to run. The un-registered download is fully functional and has no time-limit but will be limited to 50 dances entered. To remove this limit, purchase a license key for your copy of Caller's Companion by using the "Register Now" button in the Help menu or clicking the Purchase link above.

Last updated 13 October 2017 - version 1.2b24)

Note: Caller's Companion Version 1.2 and higher are compatable with FileMaker Go for iPad, available free from the App Store.

Caller's Companion for Mac OS X 10.10 or higher

Caller's Companion for Windows 7 or higher

Updates for Registered Users

Version 1.01b38 update (does not update to 1.2 - see below)

To update your 1.01bXX copy of CC to the last 1.01 version (b38)

  1. In your current copy of CC, use the "Export ALL for Update" option under the "Special" menu
  2. Download the file set below for your operating system and unzip
  3. In the new version, launch Caller's Companion
  4. When prompted, locate the exported data folder from Step 1
  5. When the import is complete, check your data and archive your old files so you don't get confused as to which is the most recent.

Caller's Companion for Mac OS X 10.4.11 or higher, including 10.5, 10.6 or 10.7

Caller's Companion for Windows XP (SP3), Vista or Windows 7

Convert version 1.01bX file to format compatable with FileMaker Go 12 for iPad

Click the link below to find instructions and download files for converting your existing Caller's Companion file to the FileMaker 12 format compatable with FileMaker Go 12 for iPad, the free version. This will NOT update features in your Caller's Companion file, it will only change the file format for iPad compatability. A future update will provide feature updates for earlier file versions.

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