Spend Stack for iOS simplifies Shopping by finding Local Sales Tax

Ozark, Missouri – Spend Stack, Dreaming In Binary’s debut iOS app, will release Thursday, August 21st. Spend Stack makes shopping lists efficient by automatically detecting user’s local sales tax rate within the area. Each list, which are called stacks, can be tailored for any scenario. Users can selectively apply tax to items, categorize them, or just make a quick stack to see how much eating out will cost at a restaurant after tax.

Using iCloud, stacks can also be synced across iOS devices. This can be used to share a holiday shopping list with family, birthday lists, and more. Using a simple and familiar gesture based design, Spend Stack is built to be picked up and used right away without a learning curve.

Features:
* Local sales tax is figured in by location automatically
* Customize unlimited stacks for any financial need (grocery list, holiday shopping, etc.)
* iCloud syncs everything to all iOS devices
* Several unique themes available to change the look of a stack
* Familiar, gesture driven design

Device Requirements:
* iPod touch or iPhone with iOS 7 or above

Spend Stack will be available in the following territories: United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Mexico and Canada. For interviews or other general inquires, please contact Jordan Morgan, founder of Dreaming In Binary.

Spend Stack
Vimeo Video (Trailer)
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Press Kit (pdf)

Located in Ozark, MO/USA, Dreaming In Binary LLC was founded May of this year by Jordan Morgan and his wife Jansyn. They are focused on creating helpful iOS apps that make everyone’s day to day a little smoother. In between developing the next big app or game, Dreaming In Binary also writes programming tutorials and features on the video game industry which can be found at their homepage, dreaminginbinary.co. All Material and Software (C) 2014 Dreaming In Binary LLC / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.