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Simple Budgeting, Dashboard Monitoring

Urban Anomaly has announced the release of Budget Studio, an iPad and iPhone application that combines simple budgeting with task list functions and the ability to share budgets instantly through PDF documents and Dropbox folders.
Budget Studio was developed for small businesses, non-profits and innovative people that want to create and track extraordinary budgets better and faster than large teams of strategic consultants and administrative staff. Budget Studio takes simple, stylish budgeting to the next level by merging intuitive database features with budget information, and the result is a reliable mobile tool for financial tracking and dashboard monitoring. The application features PDF export, wireless printing, multiple file support, and the ability to save data to and from a user’s Dropbox folder. A dashboard table and bar chart updates summary statistics as changes are made.
After last year’s release of Budget Board, an ultra-simple budgeting and presentation tool, Urban Anomaly heard from many users about more complex, high-capacity requirements. Budget Studio responds to their needs and adds cloud support for data backup and sharing. Budget Studio is preloaded with examples of its versatility, such as a personal household budget, a mobile application development budget, and the proposed 2011 Federal Budget.
Features:
* Wireless printing, print preview and PDF export
* Dropbox cloud support for data backup and sharing among multiple devices
* No practical limit to line items and number of budgets
* Line item monitoring and tracking
* Live updated dashboard with graphics and summary statistics
* All titles and headers are customizable
Pricing and Availability:
Budget Studio 1.0 is only $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category.
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