After some time in silence, I'm happy to inform that most of our products are getting upgraded to the new Qt5 framework. This is the latest version of the development engine for all our applications, therefore this port is a natural step.
This port will make possible to create a native version of our mobile applications (mobiFinance and Safebox) to the world of Android and iPhone.
This effort is a leverage of the new support of Qt5 in these two new platforms.
Further an announcement of the upcoming new mobile OS by Canonical, we are very enthusiastic to find a new set of target devices in the future for our applications. Ubuntu for phone uses Qt as its native developer SDK, consequently our apps will be easily ported to this new mobile OS.
We are releasing an update for mobiFinance correcting a latency when changing status in a Transactions screen. When tapping on the Icon/Status area of any transaction, the status will change immediately correcting the long latency.
It will be specially useful when reconciling your accounts with your bank statement without having to edit each transaction in order to change the status icon.
Minor corrections were done to syncBackup to be included in Ubuntu Software Center.
This is a convinient way to keep your application up to date if you use Ubuntu. All updates will now be automatically installed by the OS's update tool.
The only noticeable difference is a warning advise on the Running tab, showing the most important information about files that could be removed from the destination side according to the current configuration.
It was reported an error with the Date dialog while choosing dates, making the registration of transactions inconsistent. Update 1.2.1 has been released to address this bug, which was categorized as high priority.
There is a new update for syncBackup mainly related to new look & feel, which provides a fresh User Interface.
Version 1.1.2 is also prepared to be uploaded to Ubuntu Software Center's repository. Therefore, we have added Spanish translation to satisfy a wider user base.
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