By Lynne Gowers on 7th October 2016

MyBoox 2.0 hits app stores!

Following our recent app update communications, we’re delighted to report that the updates to the MyBoox mobile app have now been approved for release into the app stores. We will be pushing the updates live by the end of next week (14th October).


Anyone already using the web app on a mobile device will already be familiar with the new layout and options, but here’s a few of the features you will find in the new app:

To access your menu options, choose the ‘Menu’ button in the top right:

MyBoox 2.0

As with the existing MyBoox app you will be able to easily create Invoices, Expenses and Customer and to review your pay breakdowns and mark them as paid. However, you will also have access to:

  • A dashboard summarising your recent invoices and expenses, your latest pay breakdown and your accounting position:

MyBoox 2.0


  • A summary of your company’s Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet:

MyBoox 2.0


  • Access to summary company and personal income reports, including an estimate of any projected dividend tax for the year
  • And much more…

Upgrading to MyBoox 2.0

If you currently have the MyBoox app installed and you have auto-update enabled, then your app should be upgraded to MyBoox 2.0 for you, otherwise please manually update from the relevant store.
The app is compatible with devices running iOS 8.1 and above and Android 4.1 and above.

When you have updated, you will need to re-authenticate by entering your username and password. You will then be asked to choose a 5 digit PIN for future access.

We hope the new app makes it even easier to manage your company finances while you’re on the go.

Our future innovations depend on your feedback, so if you have any comments, we’d be delighted to hear from you. Get in touch

Written by Lynne Gowers
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