March 24, 2009 in Financial (E)
[prMac.com] Putney, Vermont - IGG Software has just released iBank 3.4.1, the newest upgrade to its flagship application for personal and small business finance management. This release ($60, or free to existing iBank 3 users) is available for immediate download.
This update comes barely four weeks after the release of iBank 3.4, continuing to make iBank an even better choice for Mac users seeking a full-featured alternative to Quicken. "As we prepare the release of iBank Mobile," notes IGG President Ian Gillespie, "we've been making rapid improvements to iBank itself. We think it's worthwhile to put those changes into customers' hands sooner rather than later."
* Among the most important changes to iBank 3.4.1 is the addition of a green checkbox indicating that a statement has been balanced. At a glance, users can see which statements still need reconciliation.
* iBank 3.4.1 also makes its already-easy, drag-and-drop reconciliation process even more efficient. Changed terminology for cleared vs. reconciled transactions in the main window adds clarity, and updated documentation reflects this change.
* Searching for specific data or transactions has been improved so that results appear more quickly, eliminating occasionally related hang-ups or crashes.
* Support for budgeting for transfers has been upgraded, and the accompanying documentation shows this change as well. Additional updates in iBank 3.4.1 include nearly 20 more enhancements and bug fixes related to 401K accounts, QIF exporting, Canadian loans, and other iBank features.
Rated "Great" in a recent issue of MacLife, 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 Mac-only personal finance app. iBank Mobile, a stand-alone iPhone edition, will be available this spring.
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.