iBank for iPad rings up 1.2 update
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 .