Zoho Subscriptions’ iOS app overhaul: A quick look at all the new features

Meet the new iOS App for Zoho Subscriptions

Meet the new iOS App for Zoho SubscriptionsThe iOS app for Zoho Subscriptions just got a major update, with features that can save you time and provide a better overall experience when using the app–which is essential when managing your subscription business on the move.

Create customers by taking pictures of business cards

Add new customers into Zoho Subscriptions straight from their business cards! Simply take a picture of a business card, and Zoho Subscriptions will grab the name, phone number, email address, website URL, and address from the card, and create a new customer with this information. Super useful when making on-the-spot deals.

Import customers into Zoho Subscriptions from Business CardsThis feature works on devices with iOS 13 and above.

Go easy on your eyes with dark mode

This one’s been heavily requested. If you’re on a device with iOS 13 or higher and have dark mode enabled in your system settings, Zoho Subscriptions will automatically switch to dark mode as well.

User interface that’s in line with the other Zoho Finance apps

We’ve refined the app’s UI and borrowed design cues from other Zoho Finance apps, like Zoho Books, to make the UI more aesthetically pleasing and clutter-free. If you’ve been using the app for a while, you’ll notice improvements all around, including redesigned icons and new layouts for the Customers, Invoices, and Subscriptions modules.

New user? Step right in.

If you’re a new user and don’t have a Zoho account yet, you can now sign up for a free 14-day trial of Zoho Subscriptions using just Face ID or Touch ID. Zoho Subscriptions will use your Apple ID to sign you up–no forms to fill out. We’ve also added a new free plan for small businesses and startups, which you can switch to after your trial ends. If you’re a larger business, you can switch to a paid plan of Zoho Subscriptions that suits your business needs. Download the app.

Scan to Download Zoho Subscriptions QR

Edge detection for uploading documents

Uploading pictures of documents to Zoho Subscriptions, such as the terms and conditions or a contract between you and your customers, is easier than ever. Just point the app’s built-in document scanner at a document and it will automatically capture an image, identify the document’s edges, and crop the image for you. The app will then let you edit the cropped image for a final flourish, and your document will be ready to upload.

Zoho Subscriptions Document Scanner

This feature works on devices with iOS 13 and above.

Haptic Touch for quick actions

Haptic Touch, which is Apple’s replacement for 3D Touch, lets you long press on list items in Zoho Subscriptions to view a menu with context-specific actions. Try long pressing on list items in various modules, like Invoices and Credit Notes, to access commonly used actions faster.

All the features above will work on both iPhones and iPads.

3 extra features geared toward iPadOS 13 and above:

iPadOS launched with a deluge of user-requested features, turning the iPad into a mobile workhorse. We’ve optimized Zoho Subscriptions to take advantage of these new features. If you prefer to run your business from an iPad, Zoho Subscriptions won’t let you down.

1. Mouse and trackpad support

Your external mouse or trackpad connected to your iPad will work with Zoho Subscriptions as well, getting you one step closer to a desktop-class experience. Learn more

2. Keyboard shortcuts

Navigate faster with keyboard shortcuts! If you’re connected to an external keyboard, long press the Command key to view a cheat sheet of keyboard shortcuts. For starters, try the Cmd + N shortcut to quickly create new subscriptions when you’re in the Subscriptions module.

3. Multitasking and multiple windows

You can now work on Zoho Subscriptions side-by-side with another app, or work in multiple windows of Zoho Subscriptions at the same time. Learn more

iOS 14-based features are in the works as well! Expect widget support and more, coming soon. Head over to the App Store to update or download the Zoho Subscriptions app, if you haven’t already.

What do you think of these features? If you’re an Android user, let us know if you’d like to see any of these features make their way to the Android app. Drop a comment below, we’d love to hear from you!

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