Maintain currencies between webapp and mobile app
whatever the default currency chosen in the webapp, needs to be maintained in the mobile app. Alternatively, you need to include the default currency option in the mobile app.
The web app and mobile apps should now use the same default currency for all expenses you add, as specified in your user settings.
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Johannes Peeters commented
I have the same issue as Patrick, but on an iPhone
Patrick Liem commented
I'm using this app on android and my default currency is set to NL(eur), yet whenever I create an expense, it reverts to dollar. Webapp works fine btw.