Great app, but with some problems. When importing my gnucash file, it sometimes crashes, sometimes it reports an error (foreign key constraint violaion). It helps either to try opening the file repeatedly or delete the app data. When exporting to QIF, it also sometimes reports an error (invalid denominator 100000). The error messages (toasts) are long and stay on the screen only for a short time, so it is difficult to read them. Also for "fund" accounts you see 0 balance even if they actually contain some shares.
Previously using Expense Manager Pro (Bishinews). 100% satisfied with that except double entry and Desktop Synchronization. GnuCash is not that eleborate but have the two features that were missing in the Expense Manager Pro.
I was using a spreadsheet before and thought this might be too complicated. After the initial learning phase it's become really easy to use and is way better than a simple spreadsheet.
An excellent companion app to the main GnuCash desktop application. Does what I want it to do: allows me to quickly enter records on the run and then synchronise them with the main program. Also great that it doesn't require any cloud service: basically, you choose how you synchronise your data. For me, this is the crucial feature for an app of this type.
Great app, almost completely compatible with the great desktop version. It has few minor issues, but I'm confident they'll be resolved in time :)
Pretty good to use on the road. Reports are crap, but it's not like I can complain without committing code, right?
* Fixed: Multi-currency transactions not exported when format is QIF
* Fixed: Incorrect date of last export shown in book manager
* Fixed: Custom date range (in reports) does not select correct ending date
* Fixed: Account color reset when editing an account
* Fixed: Export to OwnCloud fails if folder already exists
* Fixed: User not notified if export to external target fails
* Improved translations
* General stability improvements
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