Friday, August 31, 2012

FreshBooks gets an iPhone app

FreshBooks gets an iPhone app

Popular invoicing / “Cloud Accounting” service FreshBooks is launching its iPhone app, allowing small businesses to manage their accounts while on the go. The free to download application is touted to “strengthen existing features” including expense management, P&L reporting and online payment integration.

In other words, whether you need to track time from the coffee shop, log expenses from the airport lounge or send an invoice right from the client’s office â€" you will be able to do that without a computer.

FreshBooks is designed to support a number of different businesses such as lawyers, marketing and IT professionals, plumbers, interior decorators and so on…

FreshBooks Cloud Accounting (FREE) [iTunes link [1] ]

FreshBooks gets an iPhone app [2] originally appeared on [3] on 2012-08-31T09:08:46Z. FV1gMYsz9b5j

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