Next for iPad is a brand new application that “reimagines expense tracking on iPad.”
Offering users an ultra-refined, minimalistic design that fits right in with iOS 7, Next for iPad launched on the App Store recently and it’s available to download for just $1.99. Developed by noidentity gmbh, the app is optimized for the iPad only, though an iPhone version launched over a year ago and can be downloaded for the same price.
Next for iPad is essentially a bigger version of noidentity gmbh’s iPhone app, and we’re fine with that. As my colleague Christine explained last year, Next for iPhone’s 2.0 update fixed a few qualms she’d originally had with the application, and she concluded that the expense tracker was a solid app that iOS users should consider downloading:
With version 2.0, it only got even better, and will continue to get better in the future.
If you’re looking for simplistic expense tracking with no unnecessary bells and whistles, you should consider Next – Expense Tracking 2.0.
Next for iPad usefully adds iCloud sync into the mix, and this means users of the iPhone and iPad applications can sync their expenses between their smartphone and tablet.
You can also export data to Microsoft Excel or Apple’s Numbers apps, and backups can be created using email, AirDrop, or iMessage. Much like the iPhone app, noidentity gmbh promises Next for iPad users a super-simple means of “getting control of your expenses.”
Next for iPad can be downloaded for $1.99 on the App Store, and as mentioned, it’s optimized for Apple’s tablet only.
For more information concerning the app, be sure to take a look at our original review of Next for iPhone, our aforementioned AppAdvice App Of The Week article, or our coverage of Next’s 2.0 update.
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