ProOnGo Expense updated with new UI

By Adam Zeis on 15 Dec 2010 10:52 am EST
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ProOnGo Expense for BlackBerry

One of my favorite apps for business, ProOnGo Expense, has just received a sweet update. If you've used the app before (if you haven't you really should) you know it was a bit of a pain to navigate around at times. Well the latest update brings a great new UI that includes a navigation toolbar. No longer will you have to use the BlackBerry menu items to get around the app. Instead, just click along the navigation bar on the bottom of the screen and you're good to go. ProOnGo is one of the top expense tracking apps there is for BlackBerry. It has all the features you could want, and the receipt reader is as good as they come. It really is an all-in-one for expense reports. The latest version is available now in the CrackBerry App Store.

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ProOnGo Expense updated with new UI

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This is Dave from engineering at ProOnGo - good point about the permissions, and this means you tried it out so thanks! We're happy to explain why we want each permission in detail - just shoot us an email at support@ProOnGo.com. For example, we can't automatically close your camera when you take a picture of a receipt without the input permission. Just deny the permission if you don't trust us, the app will still work. Another example: we can't track your mileage with GPS without the location permission. Anyway, sorry if it seems like a lot, we're always open to hearing how we can improve.

Anyway, thanks to CrackBerry for the very nice article!

Tried this program before. Slowed my 9700 to a crawl. Thot I'd give the upgrade a chance. Same thing happened. Disappointing. :-(

Just so you know, the app completely shuts down and won't use battery or memory if you close the app. Don't use the red (end call) button to close the app. Use the back button (or cancel button, looks like a back arrow) to close the app.

I'm sure all CrackBerry experts know this, but just in case:)