Qi, the Chinese company behind the world’s biggest screen recording technology, is releasing an iOS app that will help people keep track of their finances and more.
Qi software lets users view their personal finances and other information, including credit cards and bank accounts, on a smart device, with a few clicks, according to the company.
Users can then access and view information in the cloud and even export their financial information, the company said.
The company said the app is intended for consumers who use Qi apps on smartphones or tablets, but also works with other apps on other devices.
It will work with Android and Windows phones.
Qivoo is developing an Android app to help people manage their finances, according a release.
It is expected to be available in the second quarter.
The company said it will make the app available free for users to use for personal use, but not to charge for the service.
Qiwi has said it is the world leader in the production of digital and optical devices that enable data to be stored on a wide range of devices and applications.
Qilin, a unit of China’s Huawei, is the country’s largest maker of digital media equipment.
The unit is the second-largest in China after Apple Inc. Apple’s iPad is one of the top five most popular mobile operating systems in the world.
Qiuqing’s Qi app will be available for free in China, while Qiwi’s is not.