US-centric It's a shame that you don't have metric units and other currencies in your app. I'm not sure why that is the case but I guess it's still new. I also got very confused about how to use it. I turned on a lot of the "actions" that I already do at the moment but the app thinks that this is a saving whereas, it's my baseline. I also don't understand why buying a car is an action if I specified that I don't have one. It looks promising but it needs some refinement and care.
METRIC UNITS!!! The UI is a bit confusing as well. Settings - > one option. Seriously? Is that all I can "set"? Logs off randomly, and gives you an error when trying to log back in. Log on with Facebook is successful around 1 times out of 5. Lots and lots to improve. Otherwise - interesting Idea.
Amazing concept, still rough around the edges Mint connection doesn't work, and hasn't worked for the last three weeks every time I try - please fix this functionality!
Just a reminder that the World doesn't use gallons or miles... I don't find a way to change this.
Good idea but no metric measures Once again a good app made second race by narrow focus on US market.
Good idea, but key features don't work This is a great idea, however I cannot get the badges and metrics to work on Android or the web interface and I see those as some of the key features. There seems to be an error connecting to your servers. Also, the app is trying to do a lot, which makes the interface too complex to navigate. Hope this is still in development!
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