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Tracking your spending habits and establishing a budget can be a completely life changing experience. To many people all over the world, it’s the difference between losing a house and keeping it, between stressing out about bills or managing them easily, and even between financial contentment and bankruptcy.
So if budgeting is so great, why do we all suck at it? Aside from the fact that it’s simply not fun to impose harsh rules on our consumer lifestyles, budgeting is usually a ton of work. You have to analyze your spending habits against income trends, decide what to allot where, perform daily calculations to see how you’re progressing and a lot more.
Fortunately, your iPhone can take much of the work out of this task. Today we’re going to look at one of the many budgeting apps available for iOS: iMoneyPadPro. This app boasts tons of features and comes with a hefty $10 price tag. Below we’ll walk you through how it works and then discuss whether or not it’s worth the investment.
Craigslist is synonymous with local classified ads. A lot of us use their website on the desktop to sell/buy goods and services. But when it comes to accessing the site on the iPhone, it can be a frustrating experience. Solution? Let’s dive into the App Store.
Craigly is one amongst several other competing apps, and is going to be under our microscope today. The app comes in two variants – Craigly for iPhone costs $0.99 and Craigly Premium costs $1.99. Craigly Premium is a universal binary supporting iPad and packs an additional Text to Speech feature.
It’s no secret that mobile phones aren’t just for phone calls anymore; your iPhone has become your digital life in your pocket. Today we’ll look at an app that lets you take your documents with you and edit them on the go.
With the Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite, you’ll be able to make necessary changes to documents and spreadsheets no matter where you are. Our in-depth review will take you through how the application works, and highlight a few helpful tips to get the most out of it.
Billings Touch allows you to easily track time and manage invoices on your iPhone. It’s perfect for freelancers and small businesses, and comes in two different versions: free and a paid in-app purchase ($14.99). The latter unlocks the ability to sync your data back to your Billings desktop application and to send invoices directly from your iPhone.
Today we’ll be taking an in-depth look at Billings Touch, analysing the features on offer (both in the free and paid versions), and generally showcasing the app!
If you’re searching for a way to manage your budget and small expenses on your iPhone, look no further. noidentity have created an application called MoneyBook to help you keep a track of your finances and stick to your budget. The application has a very appealing interface and is remarkably easy to use.
It is available on both the iPhone and iPod Touch and it does not require an internet connection. This review will cover the various features of the application with examples of how it could help you save money!
easyTasker is a business and project management web application. Normally that last part would put it firmly within the baileywick of our sister site Web.Appstorm, but easyTasker has gone one better and offers an iPhone-tuned mobile version. According to easyTasker, this iPhone version was selected as a staff pick on Apple’s web app site.
For fourteen dollars a month, easyTasker provides a number of business management features that are equally accessible on an iPhone or any computer running a modern browser (easyTasker suggests Safari or Firefox). Among these features are project and time tracking, a to do list, invoice creation and expense management, and messaging. These features are aimed at small and medium businesses.