IGG Software has released iBank for iPad 1.2, an update of the financial management app that boasts over 50 new features, fixes, enhancements and refinements.
The app’s across-the-board improvements encompass investments, reminders, budgets, scheduled transactions, sync, account set-up, stability and more, says chief technology officer James Gillespie. The update is available now from the Apple App Store. Among the enhancements in iBank for iPad 1.2 are:
° Better entry and editing of scheduled transactions;
° The ability to post and manage reminders for bills and other time-sensitive events;
° A new budget set-up assistant;
° Enhanced investment support for bonds and options;
° An easier way to add accounts;
° A new “Refresh now” command.
Among other features in iBank for iPad, users have full manual editing and entry capabilities, including: the ability to split, schedule, categorize and reconcile transactions; the ability to move books between devices; multi-currency support; and many other powerful finance management tools. The app is written to take advantage of the iPad’s latest dual-core and graphics processors, its high-resolution Retina display, and landscape and portrait modes.
For automatic updating of transactions, new users of iBank for iPad have the opportunity to try Direct Access for free during a 30-day trial. Gillespie says that maintaining the service will cost as little as 11 cents a day US$4.99 per month, or $39.99 for an annual subscription; all options are available via an in-app purchase.
Users of iBank 4.7 (now available via the Mac App Store or IGG) can use iBank for iPad without a subscription by syncing data directly from the desktop app over Wi-Fi or a WebDAV server. The iBank for iPad App is available for $14.99 from the Apple App Store or at www.itunes.com/appstore. For more info go to www.iggsoftware.com/ibankforipad .