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Kashoo, the cloud accounting provider for small business, released a new iPhone app.

Built “mobile first” for the modern entrepreneur, Kashoo’s accounting solution enables business owners to track expenses, send invoices, and view account balances from mobile devices of the web.

“Business owners have struggled for decades with complicated accounting applications like QuickBooks or single purpose solutions that do just one task like invoicing or expense tracking,” stated Kashoo CEO Jim Secord. “Kashoo is everything you need to keep great books—and you don’t have to be an accountant to use it.”

In addition to the iPhone app, enabling users to perform accounting tasks online or off, Kashoo added new features to the iPad app also accessible on the iPhone, including an improved business settings interface, cleaner tax listings on income, and expense “detailed edit” views. Customers can also now share via Messages and AirDrop. 

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