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iBank 3.4 update offers more support, improvements

updated 09:20 pm EST, Tue February 17, 2009

iBank 3.4 update

IGG Software has announced iBank 3.4, the latest update to its financial management application designed for personal and small businesses. Several improvements made in the new version include better migration of QIF file formats from the Quicken financial management program, alterations to the category pop-up menus to help make transaction entry simpler and more efficient, and enhanced support for downloading large numbers of stock quotes.

iBank 3.4 also improves importing of OFX files with securities, and the downloading of files via its built-in browser. Along with the major changes in the update, a total of over than 30 other enhancements and fixes have also been made.

iBank works on both the Mac and iPhone and enables users to sync their information between the two. Users require Mac OS X 10.5 or later to run the application and can purchase it from the IGG Software website for $60. Current owners of iBank 3 can receive the update for free.









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  1. RacerX

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Let me know when...

    ...they lower the price or at least have it on sale as $60 is way too much for this.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    yes

    Because we know Quicken wouldn't cost that much...Oh, wait.

    But at least when you buy quicken, you know you can use it for as long as you want. Unless you want to download transactions, and then they disable that ability after 3 years to force you to upgrade.

    But at least Intuit supports the Macintosh community. Well, unless you count the fact that you could probably count on one finger the number of new improvements they've made to quicken over the last 3 years...

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Funny....

    At first I thought this was a game for the mac where you are a bank, and travel to different nations to rob the citizens of there wealth. HAHAHA!

    oh well...

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