A: JetSet Expenses supports localized character sets and thus if you do not have an app on your iPhone/iPad such as Numbers where the CSV it can view the file--then the iOS device will assume it is pure ASCII text and will display what appears to be garbage--when in fact it is not. Install an application that can open CSV files and it will show properly.
A: In this case it is best to use either Dropbox and share a public folder or use the Google Docs feature.
A: We are not ready to announce anything--but the iPhone version does work nicely on the iPad.
A: We believe this is caused by the iOS device being low on memory--which can happen from time to time. The best way to handle this is to reset your iPhone using the Top Button + Home Button and waiting for the slider to appear and ignoring it. This will reset the device. This is a rare occurance and not something that we believe is caused by our application. If you find you need to do this often then please contact support.
A: Send an email to support AT britemac DOT com.