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Synium updates iFinance to 3.3, adds formulas, more

updated 09:50 pm EDT, Fri August 19, 2011

Users can merge transactions, hide unused sections

Synium Software, makers of Screenium and Mac Family Tree, have updated their personal financing application, iFinance, to version 3.3 -- a free update to existing iFinance users. The update adds full-screen support in Lion, improved stock folders, support for HBCI, merging of transactions and support for formulas that can be used to enter calculated amounts. The software handles transactions, stock portfolios, budgets and more in a variety of languages and currencies.

The new v3.3 also improves the program's ability to attach media files to transactions, such as images, PDF or text files as well as Office, iWork and even video files, all of which can be viewed on iFinance's companion iOS app. The update also lets users hide sections in the Organizer that they aren't using (such as Stocks, Budgets, Charts and Reports), and manually enter stock identifiers if they can't be retrieved automatically. Various UI elements have been improved, along with better compatibility with third-party applications and the usual assortment of minor improvements and bug fixes.

The program can import financial data from the most common formats, including CSV, QIF, OFX and MT940 formats. It supports 11 languages, including German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Polish, Czech, Russian, Portuguese, Dutch and of course English. The program is available through the Mac App Store as well as directly from the developer, and costs $29 for new customers. The iFinance Mobile app for iOS devices costs $2.















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