October 22, 2008 in Financial (E)
[prMac.com] Putney, VT - IGG Software announces iBank 3.3, the latest upgrade to its flagship application for personal and small business finance management. This new release ($60, or free to existing iBank 3 users) is now available for download.
* Among the most important changes in iBank 3.3 is improved migration of Quicken data for new users making the switch to iBank.
* iBank 3.3 also improves keyboard-based transaction entry to be faster and more efficient.
* Direct consultation with Apple has restored full functionality to iBank's iPhone/MobileMe integration.
* Further updates in iBank 3.3 include: the addition of an "At Risk" column to portfolios to better analyze securities performance; transactions with future dates now appear in forecasts; improved performance of ROI reports; improved OFX set-up procedure; improved country selection in the purchase module; as well as more than a dozen other enhancements and fixes.
This release is the second major update to iBank in about six weeks. "We have been working really hard to streamline the development of iBank," notes IGG President Ian Gillespie. "It's already a well-refined product, so with our recent addition of another developer to the team, the process of taking customer feedback and putting it back into the software has only accelerated."
Rated "Great" in the current issue of MacLife, iBank 3 was announced in January at Macworld 2008. All new for OS 10.5, iBank 3 features automatic account downloads, interactive graphs powered by Core Animation, loan management, and syncing capability from an iPhone or iPod Touch. With a rapidly expanding user base and an active community in IGG's online forums, iBank 3 has emerged as the leading alternative to Quicken among Mac users.
* Mac OS X Version 10.5
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* G4 Processor, 1GHz or faster
* 25 MB Hard Drive space
IGG Software, LLC, was founded in 2003 by developer Ian Gillespie. Located in Putney, Vermont, the company engages in sustainable practices such as purchasing all of its energy from renewable sources. For further information, review licenses, or to schedule an interview with Ian Gillespie, please contact IGG Marketing Director Scott Marc Becker. Copyright 2003-2008 IGG Software, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and MobileMe are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. Quicken, and the Quicken logo, are registered trademarks of Intuit, Inc.