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Description

The homeowner app allows owners to access their association account from their mobile device. Owners can view assessments, community documents and view payment and ledger information.

What’s New

Version 1.17.3

• Fixed an issue with adding photos when permissions not granted.
• Added functionality on ARC Plan View page.
• ARC Plan View and Action pages changes.

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

ChefCam101 ,

Kind of Pointless and Very Confusing for First-Time Users

I gave this app two stars because the user can accomplish whatever task they hope to with this app with MAJOR levels of frustration. You can easily check the calendar, very basic account info, and receive email notifications inside the app. However, the app is very difficult to use when dealing with any sort of payments or examining account info. One must search for the “pay now” button to actually pay their dues, examine past payments, or schedule future payments (basically do anything you actually need to do on the app). However selecting the “pay now” link then takes the user on a frustrating ride to a website that then enables you to do anything financial with your HOA accounts (making the actual app kind of worthless; why not go directly to the website???). From the payment website, run by CITI, a user can then make their payments or schedule future payments. Although, if you have to schedule payments for your main HOA and and sub-HOA you will need to “add” two properties which will confuse your brain for a good 30 minutes as you figure out how to actually add the two properties. Be careful it is very easy to setup two or more payments for the same HOA. Overall, the app gets the job done, and probably is helpful for the business end of the HOAs, but not for the user. I equate it to someone doing mechanical work on their car for the first time. It is something that becomes easier every time you do it. But doing the task the first time takes five times as long as you learn the placement and intricacies of the machine.

beck8411 ,

Old school trying to be cool

Idk if our management company doesn’t pay for all the features or if the Boomer paying for the service doesn’t know how to use it.

Between the app and the actual portal functions this is a waste of time. I’m required to log into the portal to get specific board function information because I can’t figure out how to get it on the app. I have to email our management company with ARC requests that he then uploads to the system which defeats the purpose of using technology. Might as well use fax machines…makes about as much sense.

Clockwork App ,

Authentication Issues

App only supports Touch ID; if you enable it and have an iPhone X (no Touch ID) app immediately crashes when opened.

App Privacy

The developer, eUnify, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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