CrossConnector now Free

Published: 2 December 2006 | 3 comments

Earlier this year I had the privilege of beta testing a web application called CrossConnector, developed by a fellow Godbit contributor Ryan Heneise and I was very impressed by how easy it was to use. So what is CrossConnector?

CrossConnector is the easiest way to manage your missions trips, and publish them on the web at the same time.

If you go on missions trips or have church activities and need to get things organized or if you don’t have your own website and want to keep people updated on whats been happening on your trip or with your church activities, then this is certainly the application for you.

At first CrossConnector was available as a paid package, but now it is completely FREE! Yes you heard me right, you can use it for as many projects as you like for as long as you like at no cost.

While Ryan has graciously offered this application for free, if you are able and you really like the product then you may consider giving a donation. You don’t have to of course but it does help to keep CrossConnector up and running.

So head on over to the CrossConnector website and give it a try. You won’t be disappointed.



gravatar Marvia — 5 December 2006

Thank you so much for brining CrossConnector to my attention. It would have suited me perfectly if I did not already have a website.

However, I will offer it to my friends. It is really great. I had no idea something like this existed. It will be a handy tool for several persons I know.


gravatar Yannick (Author) — 5 December 2006

No problem Marvia. They won’t be disappointed with CrossConnector. Its a really solid application.

gravatar Matt — 1 January 2007

I can’t believe a service as good as CrossConnector is now completely free. I signed up early on with the limited free version and war really impressed. Ryan did a great job with that application and I recommend that anyone in the ministry give it a try. I’m sure Ryan could use some donations if this web application really blesses your work.

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