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Sorry no plans for the IPhone, with ongoing health issues plus work and family responsibilities I barely have time to keep supporting the Android version.
There really is no "best" way, the only way to do this efficiently is with the backup (not export) XML format and you would have to know the XML format in order to make the changes effectively. You can drop me an e-mail for more info on the format if you are interested.
If you use the Backup option under the Tools menu this will backup both your customizations and your data. You can then use the file it generates to restore onto a different phone if necessary. Note I recommend mailing the backup to yourself every so often and not just rely on it being stored on the SD Card.
I'm playing around with the way reminders are generated in a future version so hopefully this will address some issues. It's tough for me to test because I find reminders work flawlessly on my stock Nexus One.
It should work on the Galaxy Tab but I have not specifically tested it on that device.
Thanks for the suggestion, at some point in the future I may switch to a better graphing library then the simple one I built to support this application. Until then I don't have plans to add this feature as it is a fair amount of work doing the math and calculations figuring out how to display the numbers so they all fit on the screen with the graph.
Thanks for the comment, longer term I'd like to make it so that new types can be added by the user but this is a lower priority activity for me and thus will not be happening for awhile.
Adding different subtypes for the same type has been requested a few times but it's not something I plan on adding at this time as it would be a major undertaking with respect to the relatively few people that ask for it.
The reminders show up in the notification area and you will get a sound depending on what you configured for the notification sound in OnTrack notifications. The notification does not keep nagging in this release, I have added an option to do this for the next release.
The printing is an issue in IE because flot, the graph library I am using, needs to emulate the canvas as IE doesn't support it. I'm going to look into it further both Firefox and Chrome print the graphs fine in my own testing.