Reminders in iPhone

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Dale Wadsworth

11 Apr, 2011 01:54 AM

Just wondering if there are any plans to get the Reminders functionality included in the iPhone version. I am new to Moneydance and it seems to be working quite well, except that it would be much better if the iPhone version had the Reminders functionality built in. Thanks.

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  1. 31 Posted by Kevin Eke on 04 Dec, 2012 12:40 PM

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    The more I read these comments the more I think to is a need for most users. Perhaps Ethan or someone from Infinite kind can explain why they do not feel this is a priority. The desktop vision works just fine, the synching has now really been sorted out so whilst u can always improve things I think most would agree a functional mobile app is what is now needed. If it really is as Chris Reynolds and in fact I have also suspected before to do with making the mobile app too functional so it cannibalizes the desktop market surely there is something that can be done in terms of access only for your desktop users ie reminders is only an option for the the full desktop version. Please can you reconsider this being in your next upgrade so as I suspect like many of us we are not on the lookout for another programmer which is not so handicapped for mobile use. Apart from this issue it seems all agree your programme is excellent.

  2. 32 Posted by Tom Henderson on 04 Dec, 2012 01:09 PM

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    Can a moderator please remove the post above (No34) about training shoes?

  3. 33 Posted by Tom Henderson on 04 Dec, 2012 01:12 PM

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    I feel that Kevin has a very valid point. I, for one, would be willing to pay $15 - 20 for a fully functional app which works properly.

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