We’re very excited to show you what we’ve been working on for the past 2 months. MoneyWiz 2.2 brings some great improvements that we hope you’ll love.
On Monday, we’ll be submitting update 2.2 of MoneyWiz for iOS and Mac (both free & paid versions). Keep in mind that it usually takes 7-10 days for Apple to approve updates.
Here are the features highlights:
- 3D Touch on the home screen icon for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus
- iPad Split screen support (for iOS9 devices only)
- Visual effects (blur & vibrancy) on both iOS and Mac
- Redesigned transaction entry screen
- Much improved Advanced Reconcile
- Ability to set scheduled transactions in online banking accounts to auto-skip
- Min & Max values on reports graphs
- Currency sign will now appear in front of amounts for currencies which have a single character symbol (such as $, €, £ etc.)
- Ability to search for online banks by country code
- Warning indicator if an online banking account hasn’t been refreshed for more than 24 hours
- Hungarian translation
- Improved online banking auto-categorization and duplicates recognition
- 30% faster loading on iPad. 3 times faster accounts switching on iPad. 20% faster loading of accounts on iPhone.
On top of these features, we’re also bringing more than 110 other improvements and fixes.
Here’s more info about the new features.
iPad Split Screen
If your iPad has iOS 9, MoneyWiz 2.2 will support the native split screen feature in both 1/3 and 1/2 modes. All functionality will be accessible, with the only difference being that the menu will automatically close when you select something from it for space-saving reasons. You can always re-open it with the dedicated menu button in the top left corner.
On iOS, you will notice that the bottom bar is now with visual effects. On iPad all popups will also have visual effects. The greatest change can be seen on Mac though, where we’ve added visual effects to the menu bar, the bottom bar and all popovers.
Redesigned Transaction Entry Screen
You can configure what fields to see in your transaction entry screen via Settings / Transaction Layout. Previously the “Extended” fields were shown on a second page, accessible via a swipe. But that was causing issues for people with large devices who use the pull-down-to-save gesture. For that reason we’ve redesigned the screen to fit everything in one page with a Show/Hide button for the extended fields. That was also applied on Mac for consistency and will come on Android and Windows in the near future.
Improved Advanced Reconcile on Mac
We’ve listened to your feedback and we’ve greatly improved the advanced reconcile feature on Mac. Most notably you will see that it no longer appears as a drop-down sheet, but instead it splits the screen. That allows you access to your transactions so you can easily add, edit or delete them.