YNAB (You Need A Budget)

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YNAB (You Need A Budget)

You Need A Budget LLC,


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Apple Finance 2.0.7 November 24, 2017 4.71

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Version 2.0.7 released on November 24, 2017
What’s new in v2.0.7 Bug fixes • Fixed an issue with split transactions

Version 2.0.6 released on November 22, 2017
Improvements in v2.0.6 • If we see a check number in a direct imported bank transaction we now prepend that check number to the memo. Unless the check number is already there, because we don’t like duplication. Unless the check number is already there, because we don’t like duplication. Also, check numbers imported through direct import or file-based import will be prepended with a # sign, creating an inadvertent hashtag. #bonus Bug fixes • Fixed a potential crash around scheduled transaction calculations.

Version 2.0.5 released on November 09, 2017
Improvements in v2.0.5 • Scheduled transaction handling got some love (and by love I mean a major overhaul). It’s now less error-prone and much more performant (not a word, but perfectly cromulent in this case). • The account transaction list is now snappier. Can you say ,pajə'nāSHən? • We now show a friendly message when you try to do something that requires an internet connection and you don’t have one (e.g. sign up, subscribe, reset password, etc.). Bug fixes • When importing transactions from your bank, if a transaction was not yet approved and matched another transaction you weren’t able to “unmatch” them and save as separate transactions. You could tap the “Unmatch” button until the cows came home, but nothing happened. That’s fixed now. And I'm happy to report the cows made it home safely. • One for the iPhone crowd: If you selected a category and looked at the details, then looked at the details of the same category but for a different month, we’d show you the details of the first month (instead of the now current month). It’s déjà vu all over again. Except it’s not because we fixed it. • We were using UTC timestamps. (Those in the know are now nodding to themselves because they’ve already guessed the punch line.) This worked great until UTC rolled over to the next day and your timezone didn’t. Oops. Fixed now, using local timezones. • We now show the budget picker after you ask us to delete a budget. This replaces the old behavior of returning to the main screen then crashing when you changed to a different tab or did anything of significance. I like to think of the old behavior less of a bug and more an exercise in operant conditioning. • We fixed a regression introduced in the last release (v2.0.4), ensuring the keyboard shows up when you’re choosing a category or a payee during the add transaction flow. • iPad only: When searching for a category or a payee, the filtered list would be scrolled out of view. We thought actually seeing the search results would be helpful so we fixed the scroll. • Also for our friends on iPad: If you had an external keyboard connected to your device while looking at the sign-in screen there’s a good chance you were looking at a blank white screen. It was the epitome of minimalist design. You couldn’t sign in but, hey, avant-garde app design you guys! (Fixed now.) • When changing number or date formats in your budget settings, we now more reliably collapse those lists if you tap outside the list view. • If you were in the middle of editing a category’s notes field then switched to a different app, when you returned to (your beloved) YNAB your edits were gone. Yikes. Sorry about that. It’s fixed now.

Version 2.0.4 released on October 03, 2017
What’s new in v.2.0.4 • When you select multiple transactions in the account register we now show the selected total. Improvements • No one likes stale data. Not exactly a controversial statement, but the fact remains that sometimes data can be a bit musty. We now do a better job of ensuring it’s fresh and ready before it hits the UI. • We tightened up the timing on the change-bubble animator. It was butter before, but now it’s that high-end European butter they sell in Whole Foods. And while we were in that code we mitigated a potential crash if the budget changed significantly while we were busy animating. Not sure any of you hit that, but I’m pretty sure you won’t now. • If you only have one budget, we automatically open it when you sign in, dispensing with the ceremony of the budget picker. • The input field for adding/editing a category was right-justified. It made for a suboptimal adding/editing experience, which is important in today’s modern age. Now it’s left-justified. Bug fixes • Hopefully you read our mea culpa at the top of the v2.0.3 release notes (tap Version History to see ‘em). Well, this is the fix we were referring to. When editing a transaction’s memo on the iPhone you couldn’t actually see what you were typing since the keyboard covered the memo field. And you were powerless to do anything about it since scrolling was disabled as well. It’s fixed now. Sorry about that. • The iPhone had an issue with the tab bar levitating to the top of the screen, refusing to budge like an overzealous chaperone at a middle school dance. If you recategorized a transaction when looking at a category’s activity list, went back to your budget, then selected another item from the tab bar, the tab bar would float to the top and become inoperable. That’s fixed now. You may now do the budgetary equivalent of awkwardly slow dancing to Stairway to Heaven in peace. • We wrote some iOS-11-specific code to get category warning banners animating properly. (UIStackViews no longer behave as they did in iOS 10, for those playing along at home.)

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App Description

YNAB—Budget, Personal Finance, Expense Tracker YNAB will help you break the paycheck to paycheck cycle, get out of debt, and save more money. On average, new users save $600 in the first two months, and more than $6,000 in the first year. Try it free for 30 days. Key Features: Bank Synching—Easily connect all your accounts in one place. On the Go— Realtime access to all your data makes it simple to share finances with a partner. Debt Paydown—The tools and teaching you need to help you get out of debt for good. Goal Tracking—Set and track goals to reach them faster. Reporting—Detailed, visual spending and trend reports help you measure progress and improve. Personal Support—Our friendly support team is available around the clock via email, live chat in the app, and offer 100+ free, live workshops every week. Customer Testimonials: “YNAB is the first budgeting app I’ve ever used, stuck with, and that has made sense. Absolutely love it!” -- @brennandunn “I never, ever, ever thought I’d see this, and yet here it is: CREDIT CARD BEAST DEFEATED! Props to @YNAB which helped me get it done!” -- @taber “3 years ago I started with YNAB, the goal was paying off all my debt. With YNAB, I was able to double the goal! Bye, financial stress!” -- @HancinGaming “I just don’t know what I’d do without YNAB. I’ve never been so financially aware in my life.” -- @janejoneslives “I’ve been using YNAB for over 2 years, and in 23 days my fiance and I will be paying for our wedding without any loans because of YNAB. Thank you!” -- @Thai_Jonny You’ve Never Budgeted Like This Before YNAB is unlike any personal finance app, expense tracker, or money management system you’ve tried before—because it works. The powerful combination of award-winning apps and a proven method—YNAB’s Four Rules—has changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people by teaching them to get control of their finances, stop stressing, and live the life they want to live. A Proven Method—YNAB’s Four Rules Rule One: Give Every Dollar A Job | Be intentional about what you want your money to do before you spend it. Rule Two: Embrace Your True Expenses | Break up larger, less frequent expenses into smaller, manageable amounts. By saving monthly for insurance premiums, holidays, or car repairs, when the time comes, your money is ready and waiting to do its job. Rule Three: Roll With The Punches | When life changes, so must your budget. Make adjustments and move along. Flexible budgets succeed because they’re guilt-free, realistic, and sustainable. Rule Four: Age Your Money | As you repeat the first three rules, you’ll increase the time between earning a dollar and the moment you need to spend it. When your money is at least a month old, you’ll have finally broken the paycheck to paycheck cycle for good. Free for 30 Days, Then an Annual Subscription We don’t want your money unless you feel like YNAB is helping you gain control of yours. In fact, we offer a No-Risk, 100% Money-Back Guarantee. At any point, if you don’t feel like you have more control of your money with YNAB, we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked. Subscription Details - YNAB is a one-year auto-renewable subscription, billed annually. - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. Terms of use: https://www.youneedabudget.com/terms-isolated/

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