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.
2013 has been a great year for Voyage Travel Apps. We've become more sure of who we are and our values as a small independent shop and our technical and design skills have, I think we can all agree, vastly improved. This has allowed us to take our flagship app Trail Wallet in a new direction that people seem to appreciate.
Developers often compare buying an app to buying a cup of coffee, complaining that people are willing to drop $5 on a coffee but yet are hesitant to drop the same amount on an app.
The problem is that, even if the $5 cup of coffee is nothing more than a shot of bad espresso buried under a lake of sugary milk, you still have a beverage for your trouble at the end of it.
At the very least, you'll get a caffeine hit.
Trail Walleteer of the Month is our new regular series where we talk to Trail Wallet users and discuss all things travel budget related. This month's Trail Walleteer is Zab Scoon from Indefinite Adventure.
Originally a corporate accountant, he then co-ran his family jewellery business for several years before selling it all to travel and has been in South America with his partner Sam for the last 10 months.