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I like using this app. It is very helpful.
I started with the free version and moved to the paid version hoping to have the option to personalize categories.
I hope to see that happening soon.
Thanks for the great idea!
Thanks! Version 1.3 will start beta test this week, and has the new feature to add user-defined categories. It will be in the App Store later this month. If you would like to join the beta test and give me your feedback, you can send me an email at email@example.com .
I was wondering if you’re able to add the personalized spending category.
Is this paid version the same 1.3 that was supposed to have that feature?
Yes – version 1.3 is now in the App Store, and the full (paid) version supports user-defined categories. Go to the Settings tab and choose “Category List”.
Tried to write a review but couldn’t get it to send. Recently used app for trip to Europe with 9 family members and it worked beautifully. Love it! Couple of suggestions:
> Add totals at bottom of main spending screen
> Manual exchange rate update and/or indication of last update
> Option to display summary and summary detail in desired currency
I’m glad to hear your trip went well. I appreciate the feedback.
As per your suggestion, I’ve added a total to the main spending screen in the next release (1.3), which will hit the store in a few weeks.
For rates: the way it works today, when you select a currency I fill in the most-recently-used cross-rate for the relevant currency pair. I also enable the “Get Rate” button, which will refresh this with the latest. I’m thinking of adding a preference to get rates automatically if the most recent cross-rate is more than one day old. Would that make sense to you?
I can also add the currency conversion in the summary. I’ll try to fit that into 1.3 if I can.
For ratings: I see that the rating link in ExpenseShare doesn’t really work. You need to go to the App Store, search for ExpenseShare, and do the link from there.
Hi I really love ExpenseShare. Just some feedback would be to remove “Edit” and instead make editing, settings, delete etc accessible via a left swipe and in its place a + button in the top right to add an activity or transaction. This would remove some clicks, make for a cleaner ui with more space to see items and also make it more consistent with many other apps. Just a thought. Regardless though it’s a great app!
Thanks for the feedback. I’ve considered removing the “Edit” button, which would let me use this space to make the “New” button more visible. I ran into the issue that some users do not know to swipe to delete. Swipe is enabled everywhere except on the Activity list. Also, the Exit button is needed to enable the reorder controls on the right. So in response to your suggestion for the next release I will leave the “Edit” button, but will enable swipe everywhere, and use the “+” button. (I originally did use “+” buttons but I had several beta testers complain that they could not find it). If you like the app, I would appreciate it if you would give a rating. Thanks!
My comments are as follows:-
1). Font in the summary is too small only for those with very good eyes can read
2). Too few category for the expenses incurred. Should be flexible for user to enter.
3). Report generated for individual should inculde s proper category classification.
Looking forward to further improvement
Thanks for the feedback, and my apologies for the late response. I’ve gone through the Pp and improved font sizes where I can, and corrected one issue with report categories. I have user-defined categories on my enhancement queue – I’ll move this up and make sure it makes e next release, which I will have out in a few weeks.
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