In today’s digital age, there seems to be an app for everything, including farming. Managing a farm can be a complicated process, but thanks to John Deere, there are a number of farm management apps available for download.


We’ve compiled a list of John Deere apps that we hope will simplify the farm management process and make the days a little shorter, leaving you with more free time to spend with your family. Enjoy!


JDLink App

The JDLink app allows farm managers to access machine fleet information from the palms of their hands. Those that download the app will have access to ultimate data, multiple machine mapping, directions to machines, fleet scorecards for alerts, engine hours, and much more. Just because you aren’t out on the field doesn’t mean you can’t oversee the your farm equipment!

John Deere MyJobs


The MyJobs app provides farm managers with a quick and easy way to view a list of jobs and the jobs’ details, all while keeping others up to date. All users need is a account to create a job (and details) and send it to a machine operator out in the field. Details that can be sent to the operator via the app include the job type, crop type, location, equipment, guidance lines, application rates, and more.

John Deere Mobile Data Transfer

Mobile Data Transfer

The John Deere GreenStar™ 3 2630 Display is an equipment operator’s best friend out in the field. Thanks to the Mobile Data Transfer app, all the information from the display can be easily sent to a MyJohnDeere account. Data files can be easily transferred, regardless of the brand of the machine being used.

John Deere Field Connect™

Field Connect

With the Field Connect app from John Deere, farm managers can easily access the most recent soil moisture readings from the field. View charts and graphs of up to 30 days worth of data while adding your own notes to guide your future decisions.

John Deere AgLogic™ Tender

AgLogic Tender

With this app, tender drivers are able to easily view their entire schedule for the day and get directions to their next location. Updated location information is sent back to the dispatch location on a per minute basis to allow managers to view the status of the entire fleet.

Before you start your next project, consider downloading these John Deere apps, as they are all designed to simplify life as a farm manager. If you enjoyed this post or want to read others, feel free to connect with us on Facebook, or Twitter!

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