Receipt Bank Launches New iOS Mobile App

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Award-winning productivity software company Receipt Bank announces new iOS app.

Receipt Bank has announced the launch of its new iOS mobile app. The new app is a ground-up build that replaces the previous one, released in 2012. The app includes a simpler user interface alongside a super-quick submission method onto users’ Receipt Bank accounts and, for the first time, directly into a range of cloud accounting software platforms.

The app makes it easier and faster for Receipt Bank users to submit receipts and invoices, requiring just three taps from the photo-app or four from the camera gallery. Further functionality enables users to add a description and assign receipts to clients or projects, and offers the ability to view the data that has been extracted from their photos.

Michael Wood, Receipt Bank co-founder, comments:

“The Receipt Bank technology was designed to take the headache out of receipt and invoice management for accounting and bookkeeping firms and small businesses. Our philosophy has always been to continue to improve the product based on feedback from our customers.

The new iOS app, which makes it quicker and easier to submit and process receipts, will save businesses valuable time that can be spent on more important activities.”

Available on the App Store

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