An important update to WalletWhiz (1.2.9) is available from the App Store now. It has been tested on iOS 5.1 and addresses problems with setting/changing passcode on iOS 5. The free version has also been updated.
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One of the cool new features introduced in WalletWhiz 1.2 is the ability to migrate your data from the Lite version to the Paid version. We’ve made the process as hassle-free as possible, so it should be a seamless transition if you do decide to upgrade.
Just in case you’re still having difficulty with the migration, we’ve simplified the steps below for an easy transition:
If you’re following the upgrade process from within WalletWhiz Lite, you’ll notice that there’s a direct link in the App Store. Tap that and the App Store application opens. Once WalletWhiz finishes downloading, you should open WalletWhiz Lite to continue the upgrade process.
This will process your WalletWhiz Lite data & open WalletWhiz. Take note that an alert view will appear & ask you if you want to erase all data within WalletWhiz. Since you haven’t entered any data in WalletWhiz, feel free to tap “Yes”. Wait for the migration to complete and, voila!, all your WalletWhiz Lite data are now in WalletWhiz.
One thing you’ll notice is that a “Default” category was created during the migration process. This category contains all the transactions you entered in WalletWhiz Lite. Feel free to rename this category or create new ones; remember, you can assign your transactions to new categories by editing each transaction.
That’s it. Easy-peasy.
If you’re currently using the free version, you might be asking, “Why upgrade?” Well, WalletWhiz offers three advantages over WalletWhiz Lite:
1) Allows Categories for your transactions;
2) Supports both monthly & weekly periods.
3) Includes suggestions for description fields, with option to disable
Feel free to send us an e-mail at email@example.com just in case you’re having problems migrating your data. If you were able to successfully migrate your data, enjoy the upgrade!
Thanks for the quick approval Apple! WalletWhiz 1.2 is now available on the App Store. It sports a refined look & a couple of new features; here’s the complete list of updates:
- New visual theme (“Black 2.0”)
- Allows data migration from Lite to Paid, which wasn’t available in the previous versions
- Shows suggestions for description field, with option to disable (Paid version only)
- Fixed potential crash when exporting data
- Corrected total amount of category when name is edited (Paid version only)
Here’s a shot of the Calendar view in the paid version sporting the new look. Of course, the free version also gets the visual upgrade: