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20 May, 2011 01:14 AM

Two questions:
A) I am trying to understand how much this will cost.
1) the cost page says I either pay $9.99 a month for everything or $29.99 a month/six months/for ever for the separate items.
2) The product will need to be accessed by the management of a company. You say that the app can be shared between all devices in one account - does this mean everyone who has access to the company's account, or all devices on a single iTunes account?

In summary - if I use this for my company, need all services, with access from pc iPod and iPad by four directors, what will be the annual cost?

B) Secondly, can I use this app or a part of it as an expenses input method for employees? and at what cost?


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Admin on 21 May, 2011 09:04 AM

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    I'm sorry for the confusion. I updated the web site with the new "monthly payment" option that I'd sent to Apple for approval about a week prior.

    Unfortunately Apple have not approved the monthly payment option, and I had forgotten I'd updated the web site. I've now removed the monthly options from the page and I should say a big thank you for letting me know!

    So the pricing is now for one-off costs apart from the Online Syncing service. Because it's a service I charge a fee for a specified time, currently six months. Everything else is a one-off cost no matter how many businesses you create.

    For the sharing side of things, if you purchase an add-on such as Transactions, you'll find you can restore the purchase on all your other devices without paying any more. This is because you use your Apple ID (iTunes account) to purchase, and Apple keep track of what you've purchased.

    For sharing your business with Online Sync, you can share with another user from the web site ( They will also need to have an Online Sync account. Or of course you could use the same Online Sync account if you like, passing your username and password to other people. But they would have access to any other businesses or personal accounts you might add one day.

    You can certainly keep track of employee expenses. I do this by creating a petty cash account called "Personal Money". Then everything I buy on behalf of the company is added against this account. The balance shows how much is owed back to the employee at any time, and to make a payment, just add a transaction between the main bank account and the employee's petty cash account.

    I hope that helps,


  2. Admin closed this discussion on 21 May, 2011 09:04 AM.

  3. Roger Brookin re-opened this discussion on 21 May, 2011 10:40 AM

  4. 2 Posted by Roger Brookin on 21 May, 2011 10:40 AM

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    Many thanks. I am glad that my confusion was justified.


  5. Admin closed this discussion on 22 May, 2011 08:17 AM.

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