March 25, 2009 in Financial (E)
[prMac.com] Bellflower, California - Fortora is pleased to announce it has released Fortora Fresh Finance for Mac version 1.3.3, the straightforward personal finance software for everyone. With Fortora Fresh Finance, you can easily manage your personal finance-related tasks, such as balancing the checkbook, keeping track of credit cards, bill reminders, budgets and more. And you can easily generate reports to see where your money is going. Fortora Fresh Finance's streamlined user interface has an easy learning curve, and you will be up and running in a matter of minutes.
Other benefits include the ability to download data from your financial institutions, database compatibility between the Mac and Windows editions of Fortora Fresh Finance (great for households that use both Mac and Windows computers) and multi-currency support for international users (the software works great for many regions of the world). Fortora Fresh Finance for Mac has received lots of praise from editors and the Mac community worldwide, including 5-star ratings on popular Mac websites.
Pricing and Availability:
Fortora Fresh Finance for Mac is compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 or later. It costs $44.99 (USD), and the license allows each copy purchased to be used on up to three (3) computers. A free trial version is also available for download.
Fortora is an independent software company headquartered in Bellflower, California, USA. Our flagship product is Fortora Fresh Finance, the straightforward personal finance software for everyone. Our vision is to create only the best products and customer experiences in the industry. If you've dealt with bad software companies in the past that just didn't have a clue, get ready to be amazed. We treat our customers with the respect that they deserve, and we listen to all of their concerns. We are continually enhancing our products based on user feedback, so that means you get a product specially tailored to your needs, not to the needs that some software designer thinks you may have. That's a big difference.