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Freelancers the world over generally have to invoice their clients before they get paid. An invoice is a legal description of goods and services provided with indication of payment methods and terms. There’s a range of services for freelancers to create invoices, both those that are dedicated to the purpose (like FreshBooks) or traditional office applications (like those in iWork or Microsoft Office).

There’s a small community of finance apps on the App Store focused at freelancers, and Invoice Robot is certainly not the only one aimed at invoicing. A companion to the popular FreshBooks service is MiniBooks, which we’ve already reviewed here at AppStorm, is one alternative, as is long time AppStorm-sponsor Billings Touch.

Invoice Robot is a mobile invoicing solution, available as a universal binary on iPhone and iPad. Today, we’ll be taking a look at it to see whether or not it’s worth a download.

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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.
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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting the latest release of MoneyBook. It may look simplistic, but MoneyBook is a powerful personal finance app that offers unique features in an award-winning, easy-to-use user interface.

This version brings 20 new features while keeping MoneyBook’s user interface as easy-to-use as ever. All of our updates are free and there’s many more to come! Read on for more information and screenshots.

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Gone are the days of grabbing your checkbook and a calculator every night to make sure everything balances. Whether you’re looking for a completely automated solution, or a more hands on approach, your iPhone is the perfect device to keep track of all your finances on the go.

No matter what income bracket you fall into, you should try a few of the apps below to help track your income and expenses and keep you on budget.

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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!

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I don’t know about you, but I carry around 14 pieces of information on my wallet everyday, between ids and cards of some sort. Despite the apparent digital convergence, the physical world still clings onto these plastic cards.

Wallet for iPhone can help you reduce the bulk in your pocket and also centralize and synchronize some of that information in addition to anything digital you have spread over your email account, browser and file system.

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