As it stands, this is only useful for phones that have a hardware menu button. My Galaxy S6 does not have one so I can only view existing expense reports. It's nice that I can take a picture of an expense receipt, but the app does not use OCR to auto-fill the expense item. Overall, a decent reference app, but not incredibly useful.
Basic but it works Handles expenses and time sheets. A little slow to start up because of all the synchronization it does. Cannot approve subordinates' time sheets.
As a lot of other users have mentioned if you have a device that does not have a menu button it is not obvious how to do anything other than view items. As I have a Galaxy S6 this has been a real issue. There was a post that said to review the manual for the mobile app on the OpenAir web site, but that was no help. Then I saw a post that stated holding the "Active App" button would bring up the menu. I tried this but my S6 just told me that the OpenAir app doesn't support split windows. After that was a bust out of curiosity I tried holding the back button, and to my surprise the menu popped up. So the app is now useful to me again. I wanted to post this for all of those that are having the same issue in hopes that it will work for them as well. NetSuite, this does by no means let you off the hook. More and more devices are doing away with the menu button. As a programmer I know that it isn't that difficult to add a pop-up menu button in the app, or place one on the tool bar. Please fix this with the next release. Having a hidden and undocumented method to get to what is arguably the most important part of the app is not acceptable. Once fixed I'll update my rating.
I like the app, primarily use it for filling in my expense reports. Love the ability to take a picture and attach to the expense entry at the same time. Security control over my device on one of the updates has resulted in me uninstalling though. On a Friday when I need to do expenses, I install and then remove when I'm finished.
Requires hardware menu button To create new items, you have to hit your hardware menu button. A lot of new phones including the Galaxy S series don't have this button
Credential storage Why there is no option to not store the credentials. I don't want to put a password on my device. Can you change this behaviour and give the user or the user administrator the option to choose?
Single Sign-On with SAML – connect to OpenAir from your mobile app using SSO SAML authentication
Closing Task Assignments – close a project task for a specific user for a timesheet and expense entry
Tax location automation support – automatically calculate taxes based on where the expense was incurred and the home location of the user