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iPad accounting apps


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Yes, there are a few good iPad accounting apps. Most have been available for the iPhone too, but the iPad makes such apps far more suitable for use in real business. Here’s a web report on 3 of the most common accounting apps:

http://www.readwriteweb.com/enterprise/2011/06/4-accounting-apps-for-the-ipad.php

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About martinjquinn

I am an accounting academic, accountant and author based near Dublin, Ireland.

2 responses to “iPad accounting apps”

  1. Nicko Trataris says :

    Our MyOffice Mobile accounting solutions is now also available on the iPad. This is a full accounting solution that is as easy to use as the iPad itself. The mail modules are Invoicing, Orders, Purchase Orders, Quotes, Customers, Vendors, Inventory, Work Log, To Do List, Work Log, Checkbook, Contacts, Jobs and RFQ’s. It is simple and modifiable (modifications are done by us for a fee) to suit the specific needs of the end user. It is also quickbooks compatible.

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  2. Small Business says :

    Hi

    I might be a tiny bit off subject but something I have recognized right now with so many individuals doing it tough is that they dont have a ton of time spare to invest in doing their accounts.

    Alternatively they would rather be working or utilizing that time to chase down more work. The general thought pattern right now is that what is desired is a unique approach to accounting, a whole new look and a more simplified way of dong the accounts free of all the unwanted runaround that is typical of traditional bookkeeping…

    in any case thats my observation.

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