STONY BROOK, N.Y., Dec. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- FYI Mobileware, Inc. announced today that it has released a redesigned, upgraded version of its award-winning and critically acclaimed iXpenselt personal finance app for iPhones/iPads (http://www.sydxcs.cn/ixnew/intro.html). The new version of iXpenselt has been optimized for the current-generation iPhone/iPad, and has a compelling modern look and feel. iXpenseIt was one of the first 500 apps to be approved for the App Store back in 2008, and has steadily built a reputation for quality, convenience and functionality.Read More
Oh man, I love it when technology just works. I had to go into New York City today to record narration for my coming PBS “Nova” miniseries, “Making Stuff.” As I stood in Grand Central Station, flipping through the microscopic print of the Metro-North commuter-train timetable leaflet, I wished, again, that someone would just make a Metro-North iPhone app already. I remember looking for such a thing a few months back, and finding nothing. But today I checked again, and now there are at least two such apps, both free. I downloaded the one called OnTime, and it’s fantastic. It asks you one question: What are the two stations of your usual commute? After that, just the simple act of opening the app shows you the next train. Automatically. Complete with details like peak or off-peak, duration, stops and so on. And of course all the subsequent trains for the day. And one more tap shows you the return-train information. Beautiful, efficient, time-saving and free. I know this post isn’t for everyone (it’s for people who take Metro-North in Connecticut and New York). But I just showed the app to a fellow Metro-North passenger and he flipped. Thought I’d pass it along.Read More
FYI Decision, which is free for iOS, is a great alternative to ChoiceMap and Decision Buddy. The app works in similar ways, using a slider system for rating how much each of the influencing factors should weigh into the decision. But this app’s strength is that it displays the results more visually, with charts that show how your ratings affected the recommended outcome. If you’re choosing a car to buy, for example, you can see how your concern about price would affect the available models. I love this app’s simplicity, but it’s worth pointing out that it is supported by advertising, and the pop-up ads can be annoying. It costs $3 to upgrade to remove the ads. The upgrade also allows it to output results as a PDF.
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How often have you wanted to find that perfect app to help you budget, take control of your expense and make your life easier? We have analysed some of the top Apps available out there, to bring you our very own Top 10 Money-Saving Apps that not only help you manage your finances, but can also be used anywhere in the world.Read More
Apple's iPhone apps, which have been increasing in number at a near-exponential rate, have shown their utility within the enterprise context. Whether allowing users to read reports, analyze business metrics or approve supply requests while on the road, enterprise applications—many of them developed by Citrix Systems, Oracle, Google and other top application vendors—have helped streamline mobile workplace life.Read More
These iPhone applications help extend your business desktop to the phone. Some sync contacts, calendars, and documents; others provide direct access to your PC or Mac; and a few conquer notes and memos with speech-to-text or handwriting recognition. All are native, except for iGoogle and Google Apps, which are tuned to the mobile Safari browser.Read More
Apple Inc.'s iphone is a well-executed device, but what makes it particularly valuable are the applications that you can download to it from the iTunes App Store. Some of these applications could prove to be lifesavers for busy advisors on the move.Read More
iXpenseIt is an iPhone application meant to help users to keep track of their daily finances through easy management of purchases and spending patterns.
By making excellent use of the iPhone's built-in features iXpenseIt can help both organize your expenses and/or get you started on the path toward using any sort of money management tool.Read More
iXpenseit [$4.99 - iTunes link] for iPhone and iPod touch is a budget tracking app that has recently appeared on the iPhone commercials. It allows a user to track monthly and daily spending, breaking items down into categories, as well as allowing the user to see overall spending.Read More
I travel for business quite a bit and any business traveler will tell you that if you forget to expense something, you're usually out of luck. That means that you eat the expense without even realizing it. Most companies can only reimburse you for the expenses you submit. So if you forget to submit something you don't get reimbursed for it. I'm lucky that my company uses American Express for tracking any expenses charged to our individual corporate cards. However, there are many times that I have to pay cash for things such as Taxi rides.Read More
iXpenseIt - In my opinion, an expense tracking and budgeting software program that appeals to all users for all purposes simply does not exist. It would be difficult to define all the small details required of a one-size-fits-all due to the individual differences in personal budgeting styles. However, I believe iXpenseIt, by FYI Mobileware Inc. comes as close to a OSFA for iPhone users as possible so far. As a mobile expense tracker, it offers mass appeal to business users and meets the demand of most users who simply want a way to record everyday spending to track their personal budget.Read More
Budget, in general terms, helps you plan expenses by making you more aware of your saving and spending. iXpenseIt does that and more with its latest upgrade to version 5.0.9.
Well, the world economy isn't still back on its feet and it's less likely that it will be, by the time I finish my review.Read More
Few of us truly like figuring out our expenses and planning a budget. But with the help of your iPad, such chores can be a lot less painful. Consider an app like iXpenseIt ($4.99 for full version, free for iXpenseIt Lite), where you can track your spending according to type or by date. iXpenseIt is particularly useful if you accrue a lot of expenses for work: The app allows you to record mileage and also has a picture-taking feature to compile receipts. It even generates reports for easier reimbursement from your employer. Plus, the app is password protected -- always a good idea where financial matters are concerned. However, a downside to iXpenseIt is how very detailed it is; it takes a bit of work to really get the most out of the app [source: TiPb]. But when it comes to your finances, details are key, and this app can help you sort them out.Read More
If you run a micro-business, you're likely stuffing your receipts into a file cabinet and hauling them all out at tax time for your accountant to sort out. But there's a better way. These mobile apps let you take a picture of your receipt and save it to an expense entry. It's important to look for a package that lets you take a pictorial record of your receipts for a couple of reasons.Read More
iXpenseIt is one of the most in-depth expenses tracking applications on the App Store.
Although buying it will set you back $4.99 for the full version (there is a Lite one, too), it features a huge amount of categories, including Auto, Electronics, Entertainment, Food, Home and even an iTunes category.Read More
How many business travelers out there dread doing expense reports? We're guessing most of you would rather skip it. Well, we'd love to propose a magical solution that saves you completely from expense reports but short of that, we found a few apps that might ease the process.
Bright Hub, a great community site for all things technology, ranked their top expense tracker apps for iPhone, Android and Blackberry.Read More
For people who own iPods, iPhones or iPads, iOS offers many personal finance apps to help you organize your cash flow. The Buffalo News recently reviewed some of the top personal finance apps for iOS. According to an online MBA resource, many companies are tapping into the smartphone and tablet apps to improve the user experience, and personal finance apps are no different. These apps will provide the resources that you need to manage your money in 2012.Read More
Expense reports can be the bane of the business traveler's existence--beat the receipts with iXpenseIt, a solution to maintain control over both daily spending and monthly budgeting. It takes just seconds to enter expense data or store digital photo receipts--from there, iXpenseIt generates visual spending reports, calculates each day's spending versus the daily average, summarizes the month's cash outlay and exports records via email or WiFi, expediting employer approval and reimbursement. In addition, iXpenseIt offers budget customization tools, built-in international currency conversion and mileage tracking, not to mention financial data backup and restoration, as well as password protection.Read More
iXpenseIt is a mobile application developed by FYI Mobile Ware www.fyimobileware.com for managing money directly from your mobile device.
It costs a one-time fee of $4.99. Small business owners can use this mobile application to keep a constant eye on their businesses' finances by tracking money spent after various periods of time, compiling expense reports, and creating budgets.Read More
Luckily the iXpenseIt (3.0.1, full version) application for the iPhone makes life a bit easier for those of us responsibly inclined. Designed with an easy-to-use interface and a ton of options, iXpenseIt makes it fairly easy to keep track of purchases. You simply touch the "new" icon on your phone and enter your expenses on a calculator. Then you are given the option label each transaction by category, which includes everything from "food" to "auto" to "household." You can further label by subcategory. For example, under "auto" you have "gas," "insurance," "repair," etc.Read More