PocketMoney is going on sale tomorrow October 11, 2010 for one day. The price will be $2.99 for the app, and the PocketMoney Sync Server add-on will be $6.99. (Normally, $4.99 and $9.99 and total 33% savings.)
Archive for October, 2010
Version 1.0.2 is now available.
• Improved UI refreshing on Windows.
• Scrolling with up/down arrow keys through transaction register much faster.
• All Transactions got a new icon.
• Check#/ID# displayed in gray instead of red.
• Account picker added to Transaction Editor.
• Column sizes of register remembered.
• PM Sync Status window closed after 30 seconds and doesn’t block subsequent syncs from happening.
• Bug fixed: “error saving data to “categorypayee” table” when syncing from iphone to PMD.
• Bug fixed: OutOfBoundsException clicking on repeating transactions.
• Bug fixed: Cleared checkbox in details view not in sync with ledger on left.
• Bug fixed: Entering amounts of less than 3 digits displayed with preceding zeros.
• Bug fixed: Switching PMD from foreground to background and back changed state of PMD.
• Bug fixed: Currency issue with commas as decimal and euros fixed.
• Bug fixed: Delete button on Account Info screen not working.
• Bug fixed: LastProcessedDate for repeating transactions not sync’d so repeating transactions would take long time to launch PM on iOS devices.
Downloads of 1.0.2 are available here: http://www.catamount.com/desktopApps.php
I’m putting Today’s Calendar on sale for $0.99 until October 10. It’s normally $2.99.
It’s a great calendar replacement.
My favorite feature yesterday was being able to tap on the map button to plot your route to the appointment since I use the location field of my appointments to enter the addresses of the events. I used it twice yesterday – first going to my cousin’s new house, then to the Redhook Brewfest. It’s a lot easier than plotting stuff into Maps yourself and it works with where ever your currently location is.
I also love that it lets me assign default alarms to new events. This is something that both my Newton and Palm could do, but was missing in the iPhone’s Cal.