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Bank Account

$0.99
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Productivity
  • Finance
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Updated graphics for iOS 7

Have a Bank Account? Are you single, married, or share a bank account with another person? This app is perfect for you!

Perfect for reconciliation as well as anyone that has a Bank Account. Simply keep track of each of your purchases directly with the app. If you share an account, then this app allows you to reconcile with the other person to transfer all their purchases and update your remaining balance in your account!

You can now backup your transactions via email to .csv or .txt file and restore from a back up!

---How it Works---
Please read instructions on the app before starting! (Both devices must have a beginning Deposit and at least one withdrawal)

One user is set to a 'primary' user. This user will have the total remaining balance as well as all of their transactions. The other person set to 'secondary'.

When reconciling, the app connects the devices via bluetooth to move all 'secondary's' transactions to the 'primary' user. This will update the remaining balance on the 'primary' user, and then send the new balance back to the 'secondary' user.

----Highlights-------
-Manage multiple accounts! NEW!!!
-Shows a 'Total' Balance of all accounts NEW!!!
-Select the currency for each account
-Backup your transactions to .csv or .txt file!
-Restore from a backup!
-Search for transactions
-Ability to add a lock screen
-Changed how transactions are stored to help with users experiencing crashes.
-Prompts user and asks if a transaction is the starting balance, if a starting balance has not been created yet.
-Simple to use
-Perfect for anyone to track their transactions, from checks to debit card purchases.
-Wonderful for people sharing the same bank account.
-Transfers all purchases to the 'primary' account and updates each remaining balance when reconciling.

(Use for personal tracking of Bank Account balance only. Check monthly with real bank statement to verify transactions)