updated 03:00 pm EDT, Thu July 24, 2008
New interface for Money 3
Jumsoft has released Money 3, featuring a new interface, with upgrades to inventory, invoice tools, budgets and reports. The financial application is geared towards personal and small-business accounting, with tools for financial management. Version 3 adds a new interface, with better design, grouping, use of color, display of commands and a new cover-flow view. New invoice styles have been added, with support for multiple currencies in financial math calculations.
In addition, the update adds a budget planner with real spending results, and new reports, with five new graphs available. Money 3 requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher and costs $40, with an upgrade cost of $20 for Money 2 users.
Money 3 supports cash, bank, credit card, investment and loan accounts, for tracking users' income and debt. Its budget feature allows income and expense planning, with support for daily, weekly, monthly and yearly budgets, and provides targets and spending reports.
The portfolio support in Money 3 tracks investments and graphs comparisons, includes graphing of shares, histories, market values and major financial indices.