updated 06:05 pm EDT, Fri July 2, 2010
Version 3.2 goes 64-bit, improves CSV performance
Synium has launched an update to its personal finance software, iFinance 3.2. The application tracks income and expenses, categorizing data to show spending trends. It imports financial data from CSV, QIF, OFX and MT90 formats and handles daily data from the company's iFinance iPhone app. It features limits for overall spending, or specific items in its budgeting module, and can alert the user when an incoming or outgoing payment is missing.
iFinance 3.2 adds reports for analyzing cash-flow, via a diagramming module optimized for printouts. The latest version can also print bank transfer forms , while improving the CSV import and export capabilities. Other changes include free choice of database locations, 64-bit support and numerous performance improvements.
iFinance 3.2 requires Mac OS X 10.5 and higher, with some of its features requiring an Internet connection and Wi-Fi. The software is now available for $30.