Why does the iPad app not include an option to view transaction history?

When logging into the iPad app, there is no way to view your full transaction history. Both the website and iPhone app allow you to view the entire transaction history, which is necessary to see where your transactions are being categorized. The only option now is to go to budget, then click on the transactions for that budget, but there isn’t a way to view all transactions for all categories. This makes budgeting very difficult, especially when transactions are not always placed in the correct category. 

This feature is also important at the start of the month when transactions from the prior month show up in the current month’s budget due to processing times. You need a full transaction view so that you can determine which transactions belong to the prior month.

I am removing the app until I hear that there is something I’m missing or some other solution. 

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