Thanks for your kind post! I’m indeed super happy that so many people like and use TravelSpend around the world. That’s extremely rewarding and motivates me a lot!
In the past I’ve balanced my work on TravelSpend with freelance work for clients as TravelSpend doesn’t make enough money for me to live off of it. But since the beginning of May I’ve actually been working on TravelSpend full-time. It’s still not making enough money really but I want to invest my time in it as I believe it will grow further in the future. It’s a lot of work as I’m maintaining both the iOS and the Android app (and the backend) all by myself and have to do a lot of customer support as well. Nevertheless, I’m trying to add new features on Android and iOS as frequently as possible.
Also, I have some good news for you :
I have actually released a new update for the Android app yesterday (v1.6.0). It’s currently only available in the public beta channel because I’d like to make sure it’s really stable before I release it to everyone. But if you’d like to to try it out already you can just join the beta channel here: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/tech.jonas.travelbudget
This update brings quite a big new feature: you can now link places to expenses and then see all your expenses on a map. This has been requested by many users and I think it’s really useful. Have a look and let me know your thoughts.
This is what it looks like:
Thanks again for your kind and honest message. I hope I was able to give you a satisfying answer. You can be sure that I will continue to add features for both the Android and the iOS app. I’m also planning to be more transparent about my roadmap here in the forum and show what I’m currently working on.