Today we released a new update for the iOS app, version 2.0.3 which brings quite a lot of fixes and a larger change as well.
Here’s the quick list of changes:
– Expenses list is the screen that opens when the app is launched
– New setting for selecting the default screen
– Icons for 3D Touch quick actions
– Added “left per day” info to budget details
– Fixed “my financial month” time span display when using a custom financial month starting day
– Bug fixes & stability improvements
The largest change is certainly the first screen that opens when you first open the app. The app now starts with the expense list so you can quickly see what were the previous expenses you’ve entered so you don’t forget about adding any in between. The monthly overview is still available in the top of the menu. For new users of the app, the starting steps will become a bit more optional, part of the exploration of the app to do when extra time is available.
We realise though that the first screen is also a personal preference, depending on what your personal financial goals are. Some prefer to see the ledger of all the entries right away, then again, others would like to see the full monthly picture of their finances that the Monthly overview or River flow graphs provide. Then again, some might want to focus even more on saving and display the budgets immediately.
Whichever your reasons, you can now freely select among the screens to start the app with in the Settings.
The app should update automatically in most cases, if not you can download it from the App Store.
The Toshl 2.0 Android and Windows Phone apps are in the making and are scheduled for release in the first half of the year.