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iBank 4.1 adds new reports, set-up assistant, more

updated 03:10 pm EST, Wed December 1, 2010

Version 4.1 adds user interface update, CSV import

IGG Software has updated its personal finance software, releasing iBank 4.1. Major upgrades in the new version include new report templates: Forecast, Category Detail and Expense Timeline, alongside enhancements to the current Portfolio Report, which gets at-a-glance summary information. Reports are further enhanced by a daily interval option and a new Reports Set-Up Assistant. Version 4.1 adds CSV data import and contextual menus for improved batch editing.

The v4.1 update improves the user interface with an expandable window for editing transactions and an overlay view for examining a large list of transactions. There is also 1Password integration.

iBank 4.1 keeps a user's financial information in one location -- it can import financial data from other programs and track numerous types of financial accounts such as savings, credit cards, retirement accounts, loans and mortgages. It can update records, generate reports and plan budgets. It also integrates with the iPhone via a companion app.

iBank 4.1 run on Mac OS X 10.5.8. It retails for $60.










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  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    sweet

    1Password integration sounds good to me. Now if they'd just get rid of the stupid pictures in the registers, make it easy to see just un-cleared transactions.

    And make it snappier!

  1. Raman

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Un Mac-Like

    I tried iBank the other day and was shocked to see that it was as non-intuitive as Quicken.

    Take a look at MoneyWell, if you're in the market. Great things happening over there.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Re: Un Mac-Like

    I tried iBank the other day and was shocked to see that it was as non-intuitive as Quicken.

    That's because the developers got killed for not making it work as easily as quicken.

    And I have a license for Moneywell. But it is limited in terms of what it can handle (for example, investments). At least iBank improved that with v4.0 (though I still have to fix all my older data).

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