Did I fall a sleep? No, but it has been a while since I’ve posted an update. We have been really busy since the launch of iBank Mobile, with two small releases since then — mostly bug fixes. As of Friday, we submitted iBank Mobile 1.1 to the App Store. This release has a number of requested features, including running balances for each account, and color coding for transactions that are set to occur in the future. Look for it as a free update soon.
Besides our ongoing development, there have been a lot of other things astir here. We switched web hosting companies because our traffic outgrew our old one; we’ve also been hiring several new people. All in all, these are good problems to have at a small company. On a personal note, I have also been busy with my son starting kindergarten. That too was more work than I would have imagined, but again a good problem to have.
We are continuing work on adding features to iBank Mobile, so if your request is not in this release, don’t worry — we are not done. We said early on that we wanted to get something simple out and get feedback so that we can make it better. One thing not in the first release was budgets. We’ve been hearing that people want to be able to track budgets on the go, but we’re not overly happy about how the budgets in iBank would work on the iPhone. So I would like to ask for your help: What would you like to see in budgets, both for iBank and iBank Mobile? Let us know so that we can build a great budgeting tool.