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Mobile Checkbook 3.0 for Java
Posted on 19-Aug-2004 19:18 | Filed under: Software


Mobile Checkbook 3.0 for Java
If you're one of the many people who does not want to carry around a checkbook and has trouble keeping track of their bank account balance, then you can benefit from the power and simplicty of the Mobile Checkbook.

Fewer and fewer people today are carrying around bulky checkbooks and check registers to record account transactions. These same people are increasing their use of debit and check cards. The result is a situation where an individual is often unaware of their current account balance and, in some cases, will overdraw their account. At the same time, a majority of these people are already carrying cellular telephones.

Mobile Checkbook replaces check registers as we know them today and allows a simpler, more compact means of maintaining an individual's bank account on a mobile phone.

  • Record account transactions on the go
  • Quickly view your bank account balance
  • View past account transactions including date, time, description and check number
  • Modify, clear or delete transactions at any time
  • Maintain an unlimited number of accounts
  • E-mail your transaction list to your personal computer for storage off of your phone
  • Fully integrates with Microsoft Excel and Quicken financial software.
  • View a greater number of transactions on the screen at one time.
  • Drill down into your transaction list to view transaction details.
  • View your total withdrawal and deposit amounts to compare saving versus spending

    This application is available for Java capable cellphones, including Symbian Series 60 and Sony Ericsson (P800/P900).









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