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ReceiptWallet 2.0 adds cataloging

updated 12:30 pm EDT, Tue March 11, 2008

ReceiptWallet 2.0

GGT Enterprises has announced the release of ReceiptWallet 2.0, an upgrade to the company's receipt and document management application for Mac OS X. This release adds new features for cataloging non-receipt documents, an updated interface, support for on-the-road document scanning via Apple's iSight camera and the ability to organize documents into multiple libraries that can be tracked separately. With ReceiptWallet, paper receipts and documents can be scanned from any TWAIN-compatible scanner. Web or email-based receipts can be saved as PDF files from any Mac application and automatically sent to ReceiptWallet using the Print command. In addition, ReceiptWallet has support for the popular Fujitsu ScanSnap scanner.

The new release also integrates the functionality of DocumentWallet allowing users to create multiple libraries to hold receipts and documents. For instance a user can have one library for business receipts and a separate library for home receipts. Itadds a CoverFlow-style view for Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard" that allows users to flip through electronic receipts just like one would with actual paper receipts.

ReceiptWallet 2.0 is available immediately for $40 or as a fully-functional 21-day trial. Version 2.0 is a free upgrade for all owners of ReceiptWallet 1.x and its sister product, DocumentWallet 1.x, which it replaces. ReceiptWallet is a Universal application that runs natively on both Intel and PowerPC systems running Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later.

by MacNN Staff



  1. gmsmith

    Joined: Dec 1969


    LOVE this app

    This is an awesome app, this is incredibly useful come tax time.

  1. vasic

    Joined: Dec 1969


    NOt bad

    Anyone know how this compares to Neat Receipts? They recently came out with a Mac version of their solution, but this seems to offer very similar functionality.

  1. bloggerblog

    Joined: Dec 1969


    OCR doesn't work

    I like this app too; however, the OCR feature is virtually useless. You end-up keying-in all the info on the receipt anyway, name, amount, total, and all.

    I haven't used the Mac version of NeatReceipts, but I do like their lid-less scanner, it less of a hassle. And I think their OCR works at some extent.

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