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There are so many good reasons iCompta is great ! - The data is yours and stays yours > the only place it can go is YOUR icloud - 1 time purchase > not a rip off subscription - The developer is a guy - not a company trying to sell you a credit or sell others your data - The thinking around the budget cards account... is quite good. Needs some time to get used to it but it's very fine
Unfortunately the UI is very very basic and not very friendly to log an expense... especially on the phone (it is merely a copy of the computer interface ) - reports are also quite horrible.
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