Monday, January 31, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 11:04 AM
"If you're a Quicken user there's no doubt that you've been disappointed over the last several years with diminishing value in what was once the preeminent personal finance application on the Mac. IGG Software is set to fix what ails you."
The best thing about this software, is that you can try it for 30 days without purchasing. And I don't mean a scaled down version that is limited; it has all the bells and whistles. That is one reason why I started using it and continue to use it. I also feel like it is one of the easiest to use, and I've used several including several variations of Quicken. If you are looking for a good money management/banking program, this one might fill your needs so is worth a look. They also have an iPhone app that syncs via the cloud, so you have the same info on your home/laptop computer and your iPhone. It's available from the IG Software site or you can pick it up in the App Store [affiliate link], both are priced at $59.95 USD. Be warned, however, that the 30 day trial isn't set up if you go through the App Store. The iPhone version can be purchases from iTunes for $4.99 USD [affiliate link].