December 15, 2007 in Financial (E)
[prMac.com] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Woodlands, Texas - December 15, 2007 - No Thirst Software LLC is pleased to announce the release of MoneyWell 1.2, their incredibly popular personal financial application for Mac OS X. MoneyWell gives users powerful personal finance organization and analysis tools in a simple, single-screen solution.
The hardest part of controlling spending is knowing where all the money went. By using visual representations of buckets, at a glance MoneyWell shows what funds there are to spend versus how much is left. The main window shows users how much money is left in each bucket without the need for running reports. Just look at the buckets to know if you are on track.
Version 1.2 takes MoneyWell to the next level by adding over a dozen new features and is a recommended upgrade for all customers.
Automatic Memorized Transactions:
MoneyWell is very smart about memorized transactions. It only creates one after the user cleans up the payee name and assigns a bucket. It even finds other similar transactions and fixes those at the same time.
MoneyWell 1.2 plugs a hole to stop one of the most common leaks in a spending plan: Pocket cash. With one click, users can create transactions that transfer money to a special cash account.
Transaction Listing Report:
MoneyWell gives users all the tools they need to manage spending right in the main window. However there are times when it's nice to have a paper copy of information too. This new report uses the active filters to generate a hard copy of the selected transactions.
Duplicate Transaction Review:
With the power to import many standard financial file formats like OFX, QFX, and QIF, it's easy to pull in duplicate transactions. After an import, the transactions list morphs to show color-coded duplicates and prompts the user to review these selections.
Daily Balance Display:
Users can now quickly select any transaction to see what the balance is as of that date in a convenient status message at the bottom of the MoneyWell window.
Copy/Paste of Transactions:
MoneyWell 1.2 has been taught to share as well. Users can select a group of transactions, copy them, and then paste them into applications like Numbers from Apple or Microsoft Excel.
Other features include:
More flexible account transfers, an improved reconcile process, color-coded negative numbers, a new Transfers smart bucket, and several other fixes and interface improvements. All this has been added without losing what has made MoneyWell so popular: Its single-window solution to personal finance.
* Mac OS X Version 10.4 Tiger or higher
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 5.7 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
MoneyWell 1.2 is a free upgrade for all 1.x users and is still available to new users at the introductory price of $39.99 USD through the No Thirst Software website. Users may download a free trial that is limited to 200 transactions and try MoneyWell before buying.
In its first month on the market, there were more than 140,000 downloads of the MoneyWell trial. "This incredible immediate interest in MoneyWell shows that people are hungry for a better way to manage their finances," said Kevin Hoctor, president of No Thirst Software LLC, "Our response to this demand has been to quickly turn around new releases containing the top requested features as well as post video tutorials to teach users how to get the most out of MoneyWell."
Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, No Thirst Software LLC was founded by Kevin Hoctor in 2003. Its first product, Debt Quencher, was released in October, 2006 and has received rave reviews for its clean interface and functionality and has been a labeled a "Staff Pick" on the Apple downloads site. Within a week of its release, MoneyWell was also chosen as a "Staff Pick" and a featured product. Kevin has over 25 years experience as an entrepreneur developing software products for business and personal use on the Mac platform. Copyright 2003 - 2007 No Thirst Software LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.