Archive for July, 2009

For all users of WalletWhiz for iPhone, or for those who are curious about what WalletWhiz is all about, I’ve uploaded a short presentation to SlideShare.

Of course, for those who haven’t downloaded WalletWhiz, you can also get a better feel for the app by trying out WalletWhiz Lite. 😉


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I’m happy to announce that WalletWhiz Lite, the free version of the first Budget Calendar for the iPhone, is finally available on the App Store. So, what are you waiting for? Download it now, take it for a spin, and let me know what you think.

FYI, there are two major differences between WalletWhiz & WalletWhiz Lite:

  1. WalletWhiz has support for Categories, while WalletWhiz Lite does not. So, if you’ll notice, there is only one major view in WalletWhiz Lite: the Calendar view.
  2. WalletWhiz allows both monthly & weekly cycles, while WalletWhiz Lite only allows monthly cycles.

Still, I believe that a lot of people (particularly those who do not micro-manage their budget, or who do not categorize their expenses) will find WalletWhiz Lite to be a useful free application. Besides, you definitely don’t need to spend money just to save money, right? 😉

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Yes! WalletWhiz v1.1.2, the latest version of the first Budget Calendar for the iPhone, is now live on the App Store. FYI, it fixes the crash after saving an edited Spend/Earn Money transaction. As always, your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Now, all I’m waiting for is approval of my free app. Come on Apple.. 😉

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Whew, that was fast. After only 5 days,WalletWhiz v1.1.1 is finally available in the App Store. It includes the following:

  • Various bug fixes
  • Official support for iPhone OS 3.0

I’m very grateful to Apple for approving this release in a timely fashion. Now if only they would approve my free app soon.. 😉

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