Cost Track New Version Released
A new version of Cost Track – a mobile iOS application for tracking personal income and expenses – is available in the App Store. Improvements in the new version include the possibility to create repeating transactions for Income and Expenses and small fixes to enhance the overall experience of the app.
Igor Esipovich, Artezio Mobile Development Group Manager, “We are glad to present the renewed product to our users, which we have been working on during the last few months. The version 3.1 makes interaction with entries much easier and provides more stable operation of the app.”
Cost Track simplifies home bookkeeping and is available for iPhone and iPad users. Besides, it has a great number of features among which are:
- Record-keeping of income and expenses
- Syncing via Dropbox
- More than 150 currencies and an internal currency converter
- More than 25 categories for income and expenses and an option to create custom categories
- Detailed statistics
- Other improvements
Cost Track is still the most popular Artezio app: the product has been downloaded more than 170,000 times, and more than 6,000 users have bought the paid version.
We would like to remind you that the free version of Cost Track with limited functionality is available in the App Store.
Established in 2000, Artezio is an ISO 9001:2015 certified custom software development company. Over the last 16+ years, Artezio has completed more than 1000 projects. Artezio's custom software development services enable its clients to deploy multi-platform applications, resulting in leveraged power of modern software technologies. Some industry-leading sectors where Artezio holds a stellar track record include telecommunications, mobile platforms, financial services, healthcare, hi-tech, logistics, utilities as well as retail. Artezio provides IT services to small, medium, and large companies within the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Israel, Japan, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and Russia. The company has 8 software development centers in Europe.