Expense Tool 2 adds 1Password support to create, enter passcodes

App_Icon_512x512Our Apps that Love 1Password page gets a little longer today, and it’s for a great cause: your personal finances. Jürg Otter has released Expense Tool 2 for iPhone and iPad, a big new version of his expense tracking tool with some great new features, including 1Password support.

In a nutshell, Expense Tool 2 helps you watch how much you spend on food, your new hobby, vacation—whatever you want. You can attach receipts, photos, and locations to the expenses you track, and create multiple sets to keep things organized. Expense Tool 2 also lets you exchange data between multiple iOS devices—great for tracking expenses with a coworker or a special someone.

To keep all this sensitive financial information safe, Jürg’s big Expense Tool 2 update added 1Password support for creating and entering a passcode to lock the app. It’s a great way to create a strong, unique password to protect your expense data, yet conveniently enter it when it’s time to get tracking.

Check out Expense Tool 2 and its new 1Password integration in our in our gallery below, or go pick up a universal copy for iPhone and iPad for just $1.99 in the App Store.