Today, we’re happy to present MoneyWiz 2 for Apple Watch.
We’ve built MoneyWiz 2 for watch with simplicity in mind. We wanted to allow you to enter transactions on the go, without taking your phone out of your pocket. We also wanted to allow you quick access to your accounts balances. Imagine you’re out to buy something or pay the bill in a restaurant but you’re not quite sure which of your accounts has the sufficient funds – just open MoneyWiz on your Apple Watch, tap on “Accounts” and you will see a list of all your accounts with their balances.
Once the Apple Watch is released, MoneyWiz 2 will be available for it for free, with your MoneyWiz iOS purchase (including to all existing MoneyWiz 2 for iOS customers).
Here’s an overview of the functionality by screen:
Main screen presents four buttons – Expense, Income, Accounts and Settings.
Creating an expense or income follows the same process – you first enter the amount, then you choose the account, the category and optionally the payee. The transaction is then posted into MoneyWiz where you can later edit it if needed.
The Accounts screen shows all your accounts with their balances. If you force touch on any account you will see an additional menu with the option to quickly create an income or an expense.
In the Settings screen you can set whether you want to select payee when creating transactions via the Apple Watch. You can also select one of 7 themes that match the color of your watch.
One more thing…
Make sure to check out the Apple Watch preview of our other app: MileWiz – Automatic Mileage Tracking & Tax Reporting.
[Preview: MileWiz for Apple Watch]
Update 1 May 2015
We’ve made some design changes in MoneyWiz 2 for Apple Watch, to make the looks feel more native on the Apple Watch, now that we have it in the office. Please check out the new design: