Personal Finance App Now iPad Friendly with 2.0 Upgrade


By Todd Ogasawara, the web-based personal finance management service owned by Intuit (of Quicken fame) released an update for its iOS app this week. Version 2.0 adds support for the iPad’s large display and gestures. Tapping a multi-touch chart provides more details about your expensives. Timelines can be pinched to see spending over time. Account alerts, bill reminders and financial advice can be easily scrolled through for review. These reminders and alerts work with iOS 5’s new Notification Center features for easy access.

As a cloud-based service, your data is accessible from desktop and notebook computers and well as Android devices (which also has a app). You can find the free 2.0 app for iPhone and iPad in the iTunes App Store at: Personal Finance

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