And the winner is …

Building applications for small screen sizes is always a big challenge. Apple and Microsoft both offer their productivity suites iWork resp. Office for smartphones. If you never tried to create or use a spreadsheet on a smartphone I'm quite sure you would say that it's against all right ideas about how things ought to be. … Continue reading And the winner is …

Visualizing your Success

Some people think that personal success can be measured in bucks, clicks, +1s, or Likes. So I won't be surprised if somebody wants to visualize his personal value with a chart created with Apple's spreadsheet app Numbers for iOS. Here is the tutorial. Step 1 Create a new spreadsheet within Numbers. Step 2 Create a … Continue reading Visualizing your Success

Avoid a Liquidity Bottleneck

To avoid a liquidity bottleneck at the end of a month you can use Apple's iWork app Numbers. Once you created an appropriate spreadsheet with the necessary information you can predict your account balance more or less accurately (if the rare event of a crashed iOS device doesn't happen and you are out of warranty … Continue reading Avoid a Liquidity Bottleneck