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Turn your WP Small Business Accounting Software into a Desktop App for your Mac!

Topic: WorkingPoint News | Comments (1)

Posted on October 27, 2010 by admin

Every once in awhile the WorkingPoint team comes across an application which is so cool that we can’t help but share it. As an accounting software, we deal with business accounting all day long and we love any way that can make your business accounting easier. Even if it’s just a few clicks easier. So whether you need to check your revenue, make a profit loss report, access your CRM, send a free invoice, record an expense or any other essential business function, we love the idea of having all those functions you get with a WorkingPoint subscription stored right on your desktop.

The easier it is to access the WorkingPoint application the more likely you are to frequently record your data and the better the software will work for you. Sounds great right? A great way to do this is to make it as easy as possible to find your WorkingPoint account. What’s easier than bookmarking the site (already pretty easy!)…. Having it “live” on your desktop! One click brings you there!

One of our awesome engineers recommended that I try out this app, it takes any web application and turns into a desktop icon! It’s like magic. I decided to create a quick video to show you just how easy (and FREE!) it is to set up a WorkingPoint desktop icon using FluidApp. Please note: It only works on Macs, sorry PC users!

  • http://www.cultivateminds.com Chrispa

    As someone who uses a lot of these I agree – they are great. You’re more likely to treat the program as an ‘application’ instead of something that is one tab away from Facebook 🙂

    A couple of things to point out about the article. First – Fluid does not make WorkingPoint a true desktop app. Your data is still ‘in the cloud’ and offline access (like on a plane) will not work. It just creates a dedicated browser focused only on that app – called a ‘site specific browser’

    And PC users can get in on the fun by using Google Chrome as their browser. More information on SSB’s and how to set up Chrome to make one is here: http://mashable.com/2010/02/13/google-buzz-ssb/