Manage invoices, clients and billing hours with Book Keeper beta

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Freshbooks is a new piece of software that lets you manage invoices, clients and track billing hours from your BlackBerry. The app is currently in beta, and you can download it now to try out for yourself.

Features include:

  • Time Management – Easily upload time on the go. Use a timer to track time as you go, or manually enter hours.
  • Client Management – Use your BlackBerry to call or email clients. Map client addresses directly on your BlackBerry. Search capability for quick access to hundreds of clients
  • Invoice Management – View full invoice details, enter payments and send invoices from your BlackBerry.
  • Account Management – Use multiple accounts on one BlackBerry. Staff and admin usage adheres to FreshBooks priveleges.
  • Use Offline – No signal? No problem, just upload later.

To download the free beta of FreshBooks, head over to their site and register your email.

UPDATE: As Eric points out, the BlackBerry application is called “Book Keeper”, and it integrates with the web application called FreshBooks. The two are not affiliated except for the fact that Book Keeper uses FreshBooks’ API to store and retrieve data.

  • http://www.bookkeeperapp.com/ Eric Muntz

    I’m the developer of this application and there are some things to clarify.

    The BlackBerry application is called “Book Keeper”, and it integrates with the web application called FreshBooks. The two are not affiliated (I’m a 3rd party developer, not part of FreshBooks), except for the fact that Book Keeper uses FreshBooks’ API to store and retrieve data. Book Keeper users have to be registered FreshBooks users and supply their FreshBooks API key to use Book Keeper.

    URLs, for clarification:
    Book Keeper is http://www.bookkeeperapp.com
    FreshBooks is http://www.freshbooks.com

    -Eric

  • http://www.bookkeeperapp.com/ Eric Muntz

    I’m the developer of this application and there are some things to clarify.

    The BlackBerry application is called “Book Keeper”, and it integrates with the web application called FreshBooks. The two are not affiliated (I’m a 3rd party developer, not part of FreshBooks), except for the fact that Book Keeper uses FreshBooks’ API to store and retrieve data. Book Keeper users have to be registered FreshBooks users and supply their FreshBooks API key to use Book Keeper.

    URLs, for clarification:
    Book Keeper is http://www.bookkeeperapp.com
    FreshBooks is http://www.freshbooks.com

    -Eric

  • http://www.bookkeeperapp.com Eric Muntz

    I’m the developer of this application and there are some things to clarify.

    The BlackBerry application is called “Book Keeper”, and it integrates with the web application called FreshBooks. The two are not affiliated (I’m a 3rd party developer, not part of FreshBooks), except for the fact that Book Keeper uses FreshBooks’ API to store and retrieve data. Book Keeper users have to be registered FreshBooks users and supply their FreshBooks API key to use Book Keeper.

    URLs, for clarification:
    Book Keeper is http://www.bookkeeperapp.com
    FreshBooks is http://www.freshbooks.com

    -Eric

  • John

    Just a clarification – the new beta app for the BlackBerry is “Book Keeper”, from bookkeeperapp.com, and Book Keeper works with FreshBooks, which is a well established online invoicing service, at freshbooks.com.

  • John

    Just a clarification – the new beta app for the BlackBerry is “Book Keeper”, from bookkeeperapp.com, and Book Keeper works with FreshBooks, which is a well established online invoicing service, at freshbooks.com.