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YNAB (You Need A Budget)
You Need A Budget LLC,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Finance||2.2||March 14, 2018||4.71|
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Version 2.2 released on March 14, 2018
What’s New in v2.2 • The welcome and sign in screens have a brand new, much cleaner look. And though the designers are too humble to say it, they think the new design really “pops”, which is the unspoken goal of all design. • On-boarding got some love with a snazzy new walkthrough to help customize categories in your first budget. Improvements • On the “Add Transaction” screen, we switched the order of the “Cleared” and “Flag” rows, moving the former above the latter. Why? Because the “Cleared” switch is used 10x more than flags and so deserves more prominence in the UI. Bug Fixes • Signing out of your budget could crash if the app was syncing in the background. We now handle that situation more gracefully. • Fixed an ostensibly random crash when editing the budget. • When creating a back-dated scheduled transaction with splits, the splits were not being added to the fired transaction. They are now. • If you edited an existing scheduled transaction, back-dated it, and changed any of the splits, the changes you made to the splits wouldn’t carry through when the transaction fired. Instead, we created the new transaction with the old splits. Fixed now. • Scheduled transactions imported from YNAB 4 were not properly creating transactions on their scheduled dates. Now they do. • iPad only: Searching for a category while “moving money” would display results outside the viewing area. While this represented the ultimate in screen real estate economy, we gave the false impression of there being no results from your search. We now show the results. • When adding or editing a transaction with an external keyboard connected to your device, the highlighted amount field would ignore input from said keyboard. You had to focus away from and back to the amount field before any keyboard input would be recognized. Fixed. • If you were editing a transaction and tried to clear the memo field by tapping the “X” button, we’d prematurely dismiss the keyboard. Fixed now. • When creating a goal, we’d ignore the fact that you're trying to create the goal in the future or in the past, always creating it for the current month. No longer.
Version 2.1 released on January 19, 2018
What’s New in v2.1 • Added support for iPhone X. NBD. JK. Improvements • Streamlined adding and editing transactions. Editing a transaction’s amount and detail is now all on a single screen. • iPhone only: Updated “move money” to display in-place instead of switching to a new view. • If you have more than 99 transactions to import or approve, we show you in the banner that you have “99+ transactions”. However, the old font size would make the number squished. In such cases we now reduce the font size to give the number some room to breathe. • When you configure your budget’s date format, we now use an unambiguous date to show as an example. You’ll no longer have to consider whether “11/11/2018” is daymonthyear or monthdayyear. • We no longer invoke the category-change animation for simple category-state changes (e.g. from not-overspent to upcoming-transactions-not-funded). We now only show the beloved bubbles if the category balance changes due to what you just did. Otherwise you'd see the bubble go from $0 to $0, but with a different color. • 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, 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 some really weird animation artifacts when the tab bar is hidden, and the toolbar or the keypad is revealed. • When you create a new transaction and select a payee that was previously used for a split transaction, we automatically populate the new transaction with the previous transactions details (like its category). Since the previous transaction was a split transaction, we'd be super smart and automatically create new split entries (cool), but we were too aggressive and carried over the previous memo fields too (not cool). Fixed now. • If you were editing a transaction's date and just moved either the month, day, or year component by a half a row, we’d close the picker. The next time you opened the date picker, the transaction's date and the picker’s date wouldn’t match. We no longer prematurely close the date picker. • When inspecting a category's activity, the list of transactions would show you the category again. But you knew that already. We now show the transaction's memo instead. • When you are creating or editing a budget, and you had the date format or the number format fields expanded, we would get your taps wrong, and interpret the tap to have occurred on the target you didn't intend. We now get your taps right. • In the quick budget multi-select mode: - If you selected a few rows, scrolled to another portion of the budget, then tapped a Quick Budget option, we’d try to scroll the selection back into view, crashing in the process. Fixed now. - If you selected a single row, then scrolled down enough to hide the cell with its header, then tapped on a Quick Budget option, we wouldn't scroll the selected option back into view. (The glass-half-full crowd would recognize at least we didn’t crash. I like you, glass-half-full person!) Regardless of what’s in your glass (or not), this issue is fixed. - If you selected a row then scrolled it out of the view at the same time we ran a routine sync, we’d scroll the selected row into view, against your will. We now respect your scrolling wishes. • In rare circumstances Credit Card Payments Category balances could be different from what was shown on the web. Fixed. • If you edited a scheduled split transaction changing its date to the past, we’d mistakenly duplicate the split. No longer. • If there was insufficient time to accumulate two or more instances of a scheduled transaction since you last logged in (no judgment), we only created the first one. Now we create them all.
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.
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