Synium Software’s iFinance 4, the new version of financial tracking app for Mac OS X (10.10 or later), sports a range of easy-to-customize charts and reports, budgets, automatic categorization and much more.
iFinance supports several different banking file formats like CSV, QIF, OFX, or mt940. You can import your data by using one of these formats or retrieve your bank account transactions via OFX direct connect. (Note that not all banks support OFX direct connect).
iFinance 4 offers charts and reports galore for you to customize to present your data your way. According to your specifications, the software analyzes precisely where your money comes from and where you spend it. Use the Budgets feature to find out how much money you have left for the current month or whether you’ve successfully kept your spending at bay this month. Budgets can also be created for specific categories, such as monthly budgets for clothing, groceries, or movie nights.
As an introductory offer, iFinance 4 is available for US$19.99, a 50% discount. A demo is available at the Synium Software website (http://tinyurl.com/nobsrjd).
iFinance Mobile is also available for iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch and can be purchased separately. The mobile version offers the complete range of iFinance features and is available from the Apple App Store. If you purchase iFinance for iOS, the Apple Watch version is already included.