TMO at MWSF - Financial App iBank Updated For Leopard, iPhone Support
by , 10:30 AM EST, January 16th, 2008
IGG Software on Wednesday issued iBank 3, a new version of its financial management software that includes support for Mac OS X version 10.5 Leopard as well as a Web-based iPhone application that lets users enter transactions on the mobile device and have them added automatically to the main software via .Mac.
iBank 3 also features a redesigned interface that takes advantage of Leopard's Core Animation technology, so users can flip through transactions and watch interactive graphs fly together, with the ability to double-click an area and see it flip over to reveal detailed information. Users can also use integrated OFX support to download transactions from their banks, as well as take pictures of receipts or other papers and assign them to transactions.
Other additions include smart portfolios for managing investments, a new loan management module, and enhancements to graphs, reports, smart accounts, check printing, and drag-and-drop capabilities. IGG said it will ship iBank 3 during the first quarter of 2008. A public Beta will be available soon, and anyone who buys iBank 2 now will be able to upgrade for free. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.5, 512MB RAM, and 20MB free hard drive space.
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