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youTip Lite - Your Personal Tip Calculator artworkyouTip Lite - Your Personal Tip Calculator
Back Pocket Apps

Genre:Finance
Price: Free
Release Date: June 21, 2010

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We believe a tip calculator should be more than just a calculator, but rather a personal extension of yourself. You should be able to evaluate your service and tip based on performance, not just a percentage. We designed youTip to be just that, a personalized way for you to tip. Our goal was to revolutionize the way people tip at a restaurant, and we created youTip to do just that. youTip allows you to tip based on your personal experience and what really matters to you. You will never tip the same way again.
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[ Lite Version (Limited Functionality) ]
-Limits you to 2 Custom Fields (Buy the Full Version for unlimited Fields)
-Limits you to splitting the tip only 2 ways (The Full Version allows you to split more than 2 ways)
-Has Ads (No Ads in the Full Version)

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[Tutorial]
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Initial Set-up:
Launch youTip, then touch on a gear to the far right to edit a single rating preference. Touch the name to edit the preference, personalize it depending on what’s important to you, then give it importance (1 = low importance, 5 = high importance). Add a rating preference by clicking the ‘add a new preference’ button on the bottom of the screen. To change the order of your rating preference, simply touch the move icon on the far right once (you will then see a red delete icon appear on the left), then tap and hold the order icon to slide it to a new position. To delete a rating preference, touch the order icon on the right, then touch the red delete icon on the left to display the delete button (touch the button that says ‘delete’ on the right to remove a rating preference). When you are done, touch the save button on all open rating preferences. Lastly, touch the ‘Min | Max Tip’ button on the top left of the screen. Choose your minimum tip % and maximum tip % when you are at a restaurant, then hit the done button.
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[How do youTip]

Add your total bill by tapping the Check Amount button on the top right of the screen. Then choose a Star Rating for each rating preference you want to weigh in for calculating the tip amount by touching a star field. If you don’t want a particular rating preference to be calculated, simply don’t give it a star rating. To split the bill, tap the people button on the lower right and choose how many people will be splitting the tab. To view just the tip amount, or the tip percentage, simply tap the equals sign to the left of the total on the very bottom of the screen. There is also an info button on the lower left that has a quick tutorial of youTip and a little information about us (Back Pocket Apps).

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