iPhone Mortgage Calculator


ThanatosId

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Jun 29, 2007
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Here's a new iPhone application, iPay, a Mortgage Calculator. Please let me know what you think. Thanks.
Glad you added that. It will come in handy. 2 suggestions though...can you add a clear fields button to start fresh and when it loads on the iPhone, it is tiny. I know zooming brings it forward, but then it floats on the screen rather than scrolling only up and down. Otherwise, thanks again...great tool.
 

DrMoray

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Jun 20, 2007
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North Carolina
Perhaps its not obvious, but when you tap on one of the fields and bring up the keypad there's an "AC" button which resets all of the fields. Do you think it should be on the main screen too?

I'll work on getting the scaling better (bigger).

Thanks for looking, I'm glad you like it.
 

GoCubsGo

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Feb 19, 2005
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I don't have an iphone but I tried the link and it works fairly well. You should try to get it to put out an amortization schedule in excel format. :)
 

DrMoray

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Jun 20, 2007
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I believe I fixed the scaling problem. Could someone with an iPhone please let me know if it looks right? It should just about fill the screen (width wise) and scroll just a bit to catch the last 2 fields.

Thanks in advance.
 

hotsauce

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DrMoray said:
I believe I fixed the scaling problem. Could someone with an iPhone please let me know if it looks right? It should just about fill the screen (width wise) and scroll just a bit to catch the last 2 fields.

Thanks in advance.
nope,
still having to zoom in. Great work regardless.
 

DrMoray

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Original poster
Jun 20, 2007
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North Carolina
I think I found the problem this time. I copied and pasted the <meta name="viewport" content="width=250" /> line into my code and didn't realize that the source I copied it from used so-called "smart quotes" instead of "straight quotes."

Anyone willing to check it one more time for me?

Thanks again.
 

benqmark

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Jun 12, 2008
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we are looking to refinance our mortgage.

Okay, we are looking to refinance our mortgage. We had a bad experience with a mortgage broker the first time around. Aside from the BBB, are there any websites where I can find others' opinions/experiences with mortgage companies? Where can I find others' opinions on reputable mortgage companies? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you all.
 

Nde

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Feb 12, 2008
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Nice. I have been using the HP12C to do my mortgage and interest rate on my iphone. Your app will speed things up. Thanks.:D
 

emma123

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Aug 21, 2010
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Thanks

thanks Drmoray for sharing this link. I was thinking the same application i can use and woala!!! i found this via your post.. Thanks.. This app is working great with my work as well as with my iphone :)
 

kiroshimasylvia

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