I don't think it's meant as a replacement - more of a way of checking in to see what's happening if you're on the fly? Kind of like an accompaniment to the iPad/iPhone/laptop.
Thanks Bruce - and best of luck. :)
Glad to hear it's all going well!
My tips and tricks would be, to avoid constant interruptions play with various apps' settings, for example you can set notifications to off for messaging apps so you only receive messages when you actually open the app to check (like email)
Also airplane mode is great when you want to use the phone for apps and games without interruption.
Download some kind of phone app/memory cleaner too, which will enable you to free up space for new apps, files etc
And lastly, whatever you do, don't download Candy Crush/Papa Pear/Clash of Clans, as you may become addicted and lose hours of your life swiping imaginary fruit :)
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Yes, it is!
And a good one too I thought.
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Looking forward to keeping up with your pace changing posts :)
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I think Xero sort of has a point, most people's tax information will be in 'the cloud' by the sounds of things.
(By the sounds of things I of course mean paragraph two of Gauke's intro in the official government release about it)
Or is it a bombshell?
We came across this blog post today from HMRC Digital Services:
"We’re developing an API platform, for third party software and apps to send data to HMRC."
It appears they have been planning this for some time (it was made in November 2014). If it is relating to the announcement then they have been really thinking about this.