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Cashcow 1.0 budget-specific app released

updated 10:00 am EDT, Wed October 24, 2007

Cashcow 1.0 released

Ratface Studios today released Cashcow 1.0, a personal finance application designed specifically for users looking to create budgets and track expenses. "There are plenty of software packages on the market today but they try to manage every aspect of your finances," Ratface Studios said. "Cashcow focuses on managing a budget and tracking your spending and as a result it's much simpler and useful for those who just want to manage their spending." Cashcow avoids accounting concepts and tedious tasks like reconciling transactions, simplifying the process of keeping records up to date. The software is priced at $50, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.

Cashcow 1.0 enables users to import as well as export QIF and CSV files, and offers powerful search functionality. Localized dates accompany clearly written documentation with video tutorials, which ease the learning process and reduce the time required to begin using Cashcow.

"Cashcow is ideal for those who need to get their spending under control or those who want to save a few extra dollars."




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  1. hayesk

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    A bit pricey...

    ...for what it does. I bought iBank before this came out for the same price and it can do budgets charts, accounts, investments and so much more.

    I think this can be a successful product at about $20.

  1. tortenteufel

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    yeah

    my budget for cashcow: $ 20. Dont have to track my spending on this one...

  1. bao

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    I hear you

    Hi, this is bao here, the developer of Cashcow. I hear you loud and clear on this one and I've re-priced Cashcow at $19.95.

    Thanks for the feedback.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    iPod Touch

    Is there any software for the iPod Touch that is similar to this software. So sort of expense tracking on the go would be nice.

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