Cell Phone Accounting

Cell phones these days can do almost anything. Including accounting. Smaryo Accounting 1.0 for MS Smartphones has just been released.

Smaryo Accounting 1.0 is a financial application including such features as:

  • Income/Expense slips
  • Accounting slips
  • Expense Calendar
  • Payable Reminder
  • Manage Photo
  • Income Statement
  • Net Worth
  • Balance Sheets
  • Balance Due
  • Payable Reminder
  • Monthly Comparative

Smaryo Accounting 1.0 requires Windows Mobile for smartphone 2003 and 6MB of available RAM. The application was first introduced in Traditional Chinese. For those requiring just a expense application, Smaryo Co. Ltd. also offers Smaryo Expense, simple but powerful income/expense reporting software.

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