Microsoft has launched a new iOS application that seeks to automate keeping check on business expenditures. Arriving from the same team behind MileIQ, the mileage tracking app, Spend is developed to make receipt tracking and expense simpler than before.
As seen by TechCrunch, Microsoft rolled out Spend last week on iOS. It is actually a product from Microsoft Garage, the firm’s incubator program. The new application seems to have a simple and clean UI and also sports SSL 256-bit encryption for safety. Beyond the fundamental expense tracking functions, Spend is developed on the idea of automating much of the math. Microsoft even claims that the application can kick out detailed expenditure reports within seconds.
Spend automatically keeps track of your expenditures by syncing buyouts from bank accounts and cards. You can swiftly classify buyouts as personal or business with a swipe. Expenditures will be automatically classified for you and you can include custom tags for additional organization.
On a related note, earlier Microsoft publicized support of 15 Indian languages for e-mail addresses all over its services and apps, conspiring Outlook 2016, Office 365, Exchange Online, Outlook.com, and EOP (Exchange Online Protection). Indian consumers might be allowed to employ domestic language for Outlook accounts in e-mail addresses on their PCs, the firm claimed on the event of the International Mother Language Day.
It might also permit consumers to flawlessly receive as well as send emails from and to domestic language e-mail addresses through Outlook client on Outlook.com and PCs over and above Outlook apps running on iOS and Android. “Making e-mail addresses obtainable in 15 languages is a thrilling measure to making collaboration tools and modern communications easier and more accessible to utilize for all,” COO at Microsoft India, Meetul Patel, claimed to the media in an interview.