Unfortunately, the app is not compatible with Simeji keyboard at the moment: after thorough investigations we have found out that the number information sent from this custom keyboard isn’t correct, and therefore our app cannot read these data. Here we can’t do anything, unfortunately, till Simeji developers fix this problem.
Thus, we recommend our users to use the default iOS keyboards since we have tested our app with them and can guarantee their operation.
The “Continuous” mode can be enabled under “Settings” > “Cycle settings”: when you turn it on, then the balance will be carried on when a new cycle starts.
Continuous mode connects all intervals together. So the balance on the main screen shows your overall balance since you started the app. You can see how much money you had left over in older cycles under “Analysis” > “Overview” by tapping on the left arrow.
Cycle 1: -1400
Cycle 2: +200
Current cycle: +50
The balance on the main screen shows -1400+200+50 = -1150
Perhaps, you started using the app after the 1st of the month. The amount shown in the Overview corresponds to the number of days in the current cycle. So if you have recently started using the app, the cycle is less than one month, so the values shown in the “Overview” are not the full amount, but just for number of days of the current cycle.
Please, go to “Settings” > “Cycle settings” > “Edit cycles” to check what days are included in the current cycle (the top one).
You can enter transactions within the current cycle. If you started using the app today, then the cycle is from today to the end of the month. You can see this by going to “Setting”, “Cycle settings”, “Edit cycles” to check if the days are included in the current cycle (the top one), if not please edit to include those dates.
If you want to put credit card payment info into the app, please go to “Big Spendings”, tap “Create a new Big Spending”, then enter the amount and the last day for the payment. The amount will be deducted from your budget until the full amount is paid.
There are two reasons why we hesitate with integrating bank account with this app.
Connecting to someone’s bank account means that the app has to meet many high legal requirements – which is too much of a burden for us (we are just a small team!). This is the main reason.
Also, if the transactions were automatically entered in the app, it will take the little pain away when user enters his/her spending. This pain is actually the consequence of money being spent, and we believe it is helpful to control spending behavior.