Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
I am a young entrepreneur who has a background in Mechanical Engineer with a focus on manufacturing and product development. So when I decided to strike out on my own it was along these lines. I have tried several other software packages and they never seemed to fit the needs of my young dynamic company. Obviously what kept me from going QB right off the bat was cost. However, the integration with numerous other platforms and companies always was appealing to me. Then when my accountant made the suggestion to switch to QB she had a very good point. QB is about the only reliable and cost effective software that would handle the more complex project and multi-level customer account strategy that was necessary for me to implement. So I switched. I am happy overall. There are minor details that are infuriating, but for the broad spectrum of technicalities that I face this software blows all others out of the water. That is coming from someone who is very adept at programming in excel and could easily automate all that I need to accounting wise with time. Time being the key word there... Why reinvent the wheel?
I have used QB online for many years, and I’m very happy with it. The app is useless to me though, since the interface is way too limited. For example, one good use for it would be to enter receipts on the fly, but much to my disappointment I couldn’t do something as simple as to pull up a list of accounts to assign the cost to. Entering receipts would be a perfect use for a mobile app, but I simply can’t do it correctly. I mean, what did Intuit really think it was going to be used for?
Also, the payment methods I have set up in QB online are not available in the app, all you see is credit, check or cash. It seems like the app doesn’t synch fully with your online info, which makes you wonder what kind of mess it can create in your bookkeeping. Strangely enough, when I started the app it said that it was synching with my data, but it appears that this was just the basic data and none of my personal account settings.
It’s entirely possible that I have missed some of the finer details, but they really messed up the app by making the interface so different from the computer based online version. Having to learn and keep up with two versions is just too cumbersome for a small business owner like me, so this app is now deleted. Calling it a bookkeeping app is grossly misleading, since it’s so limited.
Awesome please add calendar sync
I would love to add an event to my calendar after a customer accepts a proposal. After I input customer info it would be nice to set up an event for a meeting as well. The full process. Customer calls, I input customers info adding a note what they called about, I add an event to check job and auto syncs with Apple calendar, I talk to customer about details, I note it on the customers profile, add a reminder to send proposal, send proposal, customer signs sends back, customer info gets input to calendar for job to be done, I do job, I send invoice, customer pays (sometimes we meet another day so an event may be created), I take after photo and send receipt. If customer calls for problem or more work just add to their profile and add events for work to be done. Maybe the ability for a work order after a proposal would be amazing.
- Intuit Inc.
- 351.2 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © Intuit Inc. 2018
- In-App Purchases
- QuickBooks Online $9.99
- QuickBooks Online $99.99
- Simple Start $10.49
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.