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App for landlords changes name to Landlordy, gets major improvements

Dec 14, 2015 - E-protect releases major improvements for the iPhone/iPad app for private landlords and changes app name to Landlordy with version 1.4 update. Always in the user's pocket or purse, Landlordy tracks rent payments and expenses, provides instant financial reports, helps to prepare and send rental invoices and payment receipts to tenants and reminds for payments, expenses and invoices due as well as upcoming lease agreement renewals.

The Property - landlord app for managing rental business on the go

Sep 08, 2015 - E-protect Ltd. today announces The Property 1.2.1 for IOS, its app for managing rental business financials on the go. The Property was specifically designed for self-managing landlords, private let-to-buy investors and residential property managers alike. This app tracks rental payments, expenses, tenant balance and payments history, helps to create and send rental invoices and payment receipts to tenants, shows instant financial reports, payment reminders, lease agreement renewals and more.

DrinkControl Lite - Track Drinks and Related Expenses on iPhone for Free

Sep 12, 2011 - Happy Moments today announces DrinkControl Lite 2.0.345, alcohol usage and expenses tracker for iPhone. DrinkControl Lite is a free iPhone app that allows handy tracking of the consumed alcoholic beverages as well as of the associated costs. It also lets you compare your day-to-day drinking tendencies with the moderate drinking guidelines of the leading international health organizations. Extra features are available as in-app purchases within app.

DrinkControl Helps To Control Drinking Habits And Alcohol Costs

Mar 28, 2011 - Happy Moments has announced the release of Drink Control. DrinkControl is your iPhone notebook where you quickly record the beverages taken at the time of drinking or the day after if you prefer so. DrinkControl automatically converts your take-in quantities, such as glasses, bottles or cans, into the units of alcohol and informs when you have approached or exceeded the daily, weekly or monthly limit in regard to moderate drinking.