Gnucash Mobile alpha release

Bill Hammond ka1ssr at
Mon Jul 9 18:40:05 EDT 2012


Just installed on my Samsung Galaxy Admire running Gingerbread 2.3.4
with no problems so far. I'd be interested in becoming an alpha/beta
tester if you can use an Android newbie that knows how to run the "Hello
World" tutorial. Feel free to get in touch.

All the best,

Bill Hammond

On 07/09/2012 06:44 AM, Ngewi Fet wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> It's about mid-term in the Google Summer of Code program and I would like
> to share what I've been working on.
> The Gnucash for Android app is now ready for a small alpha release. The
> app supports android versions from Froyo 2.2 (API level 8) and above.
> I have compiled an Android application package (apk) so that you do not
> have to download the code and compile yourself.
> This alpha release is not distributed through any Android market.
> In order to install it,
> 1. Modify the settings of your phone to allow installation of applications
> from "Unknown sources".
>     That can be found under Settings -> Applications (for Android 2.x
> devices)
>     or under Settings -> Security  (for Android 4.x devices)
> 2.  Then you can just navigate to the link below in your phone browser and
> then click on Download.
> 3.  When the download is done, go to the Downloads app in your phone and
> then click on GnucashMobile entry.
> ****** Disclaimer ***** *
> *This is an alpha release, and active development is ongoing. The app is
> not final and should not be used for*
> *any production use (whatever that means for you). The (metaphorical) rug
> can be pulled from under your feet at any time.*
> Now that we have that out of the way, you can download the application
> from GitHub
> downloads <>.
> If you run into any issues, you can post them on the issues
> section<>of the
> Github repo. Thanks.
> Cheers,
> Ngewi
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