updated 03:35 pm EDT, Thu October 18, 2007
Personal Accounting apps
Two personal finance applications were updated this week: Money 2.4, and Personal Finance, which is also at version 2.4. The changes range from bug fixes to feature additions throughout both applications. Jumsoft's financial assistant application, Money 2.4, brings the ability to manage investment portfolios and accounts, as well adding security features to the Smart Accounts area. QIF and OFX format handling has been improved, and bugs that were resident in account transfers that used two different currencies were also resolved. The developer has stated that it has also done a small number of miscellaneous bug fixes. A new license for Money 2 can be purchased for $40.
Cafeina Soft has also released its Personal Finance 2.4: the accounting application brings minor bug fixes and aesthetic changes as well as a number of different quirks in the application. A new transaction can now be created through a hotkey, custom column sizes are now remembered by the app, password protection has been added, and colour labels have been added to indicate unverified transactions. Leopard compatibility has also been implemented. New users can purchase Personal Finance for $15.