Philadelphia, PA, September 19, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- AcctPadLite a free version of AcctPad was approved by Apple for download in the iPhone App Store. AcctPad for the iPhone and iPod Touch provides a mobile user interface to manage expenses by keeping track of account and cash transactions. AcctPad provides the ability to categorize expenses, generate monthly PDF statements, backup, and restore with your desktop PC/Mac via local WiFi and more.
"AcctPad is about keeping more of what your earn and nothing says that better than free!" says Eric Kille the founder of AcctPad. "We wanted to provide a try before you buy version to let users see if AcctPad really works for them." Users of AcctPadLite who upgrade to AcctPad can move their data over through the backup and restore feature. AcctPadLite additionally includes a demo mode that allows users to test out and explore features of the software with a full data set before they have added any transactions of their own. The demo mode also allows user to show others how the software works without exposing their own finances.
AcctPadLite provides no limitation on the number of transactions or any of its core capabilities. Users of AcctPadLite will however need to upgrade to the full version of AcctPad for $1.99 to export data back to their PC or Mac over wiFi.