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Reckon Software today announces that the new free Reckon One App is now available for download on iOS and Android devices. The Reckon One App gives all the key functionality of the desktop version on the move.  iphone 6-screen

The new App makes Reckon One even easier to use from anywhere and businesses are able to be truly mobile when managing their finances. With the comprehensive dashboard, users have clear visibility of their business finances in real-time and can easily see what invoices are overdue, the bills that need paying, the business’s net position this year, last month and this month, top customers by percentage of revenue, top suppliers and top income and expenses for the year. With a quick tap business can send invoices, complete time sheets and out of pocket expenses, and view bills & invoices that are overdue.

As there is no limit to the number of users that can work on Reckon One, employees can easily be set up as additional users and they can add their expenses via the App.

Mark Woolley, Director, Reckon Software said: “This is mobile next generation Cloud accounting at its best and is ideal for small businesses that want to manage their finances on the go. The App is easy to use and business owners do not have to worry about being IT or accounts experts to manage their finances online.”

Reckon provides powerful yet affordable accounting software for small businesses that want to step into the Cloud.  The core software costs just £3 per month for cashflow management, payments, receipts, budgets, VAT and more than 30 different reports. Additional features can be turned off and on as needed and businesses using Reckon One only pay for the months when they need the software.

Reckon is making it easy to switch to Reckon One by converting existing accounts data at no cost. The free data conversion includes supplier lists, customer list, accounts balance and customer balances.