Trail Wallet is but an empty purple shell without the entries that you add to it. Your personal expenditures are the life blood that pumps through its little transistor veins.

The last thing we want to have happen is for that life blood to leak out everywhere. Trail Wallet has an automated backup system that takes a daily snapshot of all these little spending platelets (I think that’s probably far enough…) and uploads it to iCloud.

This version introduces new UI to help manage the bulk exporting of photographs. I’d had a few reports that not all of the photos taken on a trip were being exported and, when Erin came to do our budgets, she started hitting the same issue.

Three years ago today we released Trail Wallet 1.0 to the App Store. It was kind of plain-looking and had a few initial bugs but we had finished it and released it and it was ours.

Throughout the development, I was continually doing Hopeful Business Math which involved looking at our stats from Never Ending Voyage, figuring out what percentage of our audience was looking at it on a iOS device, and asking myself questions like “how much would we make if just 10% of those iOS users buy it?”

Trail Wallet 2.1.1 has been released to the App Store. This is a maintenance released that fixes a few bugs, especially a particularly nasty crashing bug that has recently appeared.

Trail Wallet 2.1.2 is also in the works to fix an issue with Dropbox syncing. This should be out in the next week or two.

As always, we appreciate your feedback and bug reports! If you do find anything that you think isn’t right, please contact us directly rather than leaving a review on the App Store with a bug report.

We often need additional information to get to the root of the problem and, as we can’t contact you or respond to App Store reviews, it makes it very difficult to find out exactly what the problem is and get it fixed.