Dev Log 3rd of November 2014

It’s been a couple of weeks, so what have I been up to? In summary, “less than I had intended”. I was house-sitting for family for a couple of weeks in October, and their internet decided to be so unreliable as to be useless. As such, I couldn’t play around with snõwkit like I’d hoped – I’ll find the time to eventually though! I got back on the 24th, so what have I been doing in the week since then?

Back in September, I had an email exchange with a Quick Quote user who mentioned that being able to categorise items would be helpful, and that they were planning on using it on multiple devices. So as soon as I got back, I started work on a Quick Quote update. As of now, categories system is in place and working smoothly. The update should go out before the end of the month, assuming nothing catastrophic happens. As well as categories, there will also be a way to export your quote-items to a file, and then import them, to save having to enter them multiple times. Plus, there are some improvements to how forms handle mistakes or invalid input.

Quick Quote is an Android app, available for free, for creating quotations and estimates from your phone or tablet while out and about. Save quotes for later, and email them to your customers without needing a computer. Upgrade to Quick Quote Professional for more features, including the new categories system and import/export functions mentioned above.