By Eric Purnama

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2016-04-19
  • Current Version: 3.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 27.25 MB
  • Developer: Eric Purnama
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 5 Ratings


Double Entry Accounting at your Fingertips! eAccounting allows you to manage your accounts directly on your iDevices. Full insights into your Financial Position is right inside your pocket. Create Journal Entries and generate Financial Reports. Pay Once, Enjoy Forever! It is smart too! The more you use, the better it gets! • Journal Entry description suggestion and auto-complete based on past records • Smart Entry predicts new transaction to be recorded in Journal Entry • Accounts are shown based on most frequent usage Features: • Double Entry Accounting • Manage accounting database for multiple business entities • Automatically create book for every accounting period with balances from the previous one • Share accounting database with your team members • Manage Accounts with COA • Perform Book Closure at the end of each accounting period • Generate Trial Balance • Generate Financial Reports (Income Statement, Statement of Retained Earnings, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flow) • Generate password protected PDF reports (Journals, Account Ledger, Trial Balance, Income Statement, Statement of Retained Earnings, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flow) • Generate Financial Reports for specific periods eAccounting 3.0, reimagined from ground up! Users are recommended to backup their Accounting Database before updating Other Great Features: • Use 3D Touch and Widget to quickly add new Journal Entry • Display Account Summaries on your Today View Widget • Built-In Calculator right into the keyboard for easy editing of Journal Entry • Use of External Keyboard to perform calculation is fully supported



  • The pros and cons

    By Zmemama
    Let me start by saying the customer service is exceptional! (This is the majority of my 4 star rating.) Pros: the app is inexpensive and can function well for a very small business. It can be transferred to pdf or excel spreadsheet. It has functions which make routines transactions quick and easy. It allows you to edit journal entries rather than create a secondary entry for mistakes. Cons: there isn’t any help button or informational option so you should know a little accounting before get started. There are only 3 account types to select from when creating your COA (assets, equity, and liability), and I’ve not yet figured a practical way to enter revenue or expenses. I’m sure a person with more familiarity could make this work but if you’re new to accounting it maybe quite challenging. Overall it was a great app to get started tracking my business financials but unless I can figure out a good way to record expenses, it’s not going to be practical.