version unification between iOS and Android apps
version unification between iOS and Android apps ... I miss the features on iOS that Android has. Please unify these features, such as mortgage tracking or export! I believe all iOS users want the same version of the app!
Stefan Maimescu commented
Same request from my side, I’m not satisfied at all that I cannot restore loyalty cards on iOS and same stuff on web version.
Taras Romaniv commented
And please, invest more to QA! The bugs are annoying...
Brian Wake commented
Also consider having the same U.I in between Apps, the IOs U.I is really easy to use and easy to understand, the Android one is kinda overwhelming
David K. commented
Dear Support Team
Thanks for this handsome app.
I totally agree to all of my previous speakers.
There are especially some things need to be implimented soon.
1.) The Savings-Gool function
2.) Shopping List feature
3.) It shall be possible not only to add sub categories to existing main onces, but also to add new main categories.
If you could have a look at this woluld be nice.
I totaly agree. The design of the app itself is not that important for me, but not to be able to use planned transfer between my accounts is very disapointing for me. Since It doesn't work on iOS, nor in the web platform, so I can't even change/remove it. The same goes to the 'loyalty cards' section.
Vitalii Romaniv commented
It is definitely a show-stopper. I considered buying a premium. But it sounds embarrassing that you ship an app that doesn't have consistent features between platforms.
Andrei Ciobanu commented
I just transitioned from Android to iOS and I was pretty stunned by the fact that the Wallet app is looking so different.
But this weekend I hit the hardest to swallow missing feature: Planned payments of type transfer from one account to another is not working whatsoever on iOS.
And I have my budgeting setup based on those to be executed at the end/start of the month.
Please do something about that. Maybe it's harder to make it usable on iOS but maybe it's easier to make it work on the web.
Afrim Kamberi commented
Couldn't agree any more, forced to still use android only to get all the features it provides.
Tomáš Kachlík commented
and of course unification with web app