Upgrading to FileMaker Go 14 is not quite as easy as you might think. Especially if you want to keep earlier versions (for demo to clients, or due to limitation of a particular system for compatibility).
At any rate, it’s easy if you don’t have any existing files to take from FileMaker Go 13 or earlier. Not so much if you do. Net to worry, though, Jerry Salem posted an entry at the Philly FileMaker User Group that has you covered:
The long wait is over and FileMaker Inc. has released the new FileMaker 14 Platform. We’re all excited about the new features in the desktop version, of course, but you will also want to try the new features of FileMaker Go. If you have databases in FileMaker Go 13 on your iOS device, you will want to move them over to the latest and greatest version, FileMaker 14. Here we will walk through the steps needed to move your databases to FileMaker Go 14.
There’s even a note about using AirDrop with FileMaker Go 14 files at the end. Check it out and save some time!