In case you wonder why Apps ‘don’t do’ obvious things right out of the box: Blame it on the developer. We’re human. We try to think of everything – which nowadays usually means: Is it possible for a moron to use it without rating it one star within the first minute.
This takes up so much of our weird brain resources that we often forget the most obvious things. Like supporting taxes with two fraction digits for example…
Bill does that now :–)
… in a very, very, very early stage. But iCloud is working, though :–)
Apple has just approved the latest Bill update. This update fixes a stupid bug when exporting invoices to ookkkeeaapp and Umsatz and some other minor glitches…
Bill on the Mac App Store
The iOS 7.1 (which is available as of now, btw.) has 256 MB but requires 2.5 GB of free space on an iPhone in order to be installed?
Glyphr Studio is a free, html5 based font editor.
Glyphr Studio Website
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is my new friend and no one told me that I could have used it for years now? I guess I should really start to read the stupid release/change notes more carefully :-0