Money in your pocket

Pogue, David
November 1994
Macworld;Nov94, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p157
Features several software for the Newton computer. Iambic TimeReporter 1.1.; State of the Art's ExpensePlus 1.0.1; MobileSoft Corp.'s MobileCalc 1.03; PelicanWare's QuickFigure 2.0.1; Nomadic Technologies' Accountable 1.03; Hardy Macia's PocketMoney 1.0.2; Avail Technology's TapWorks; True North's Gulliver 1.22.


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