Jumsoft’s Money 3.5: Adapted for Apple’s iPad

By Gary Johnson - Apr 23, 2010

The popular Money application for the Mac OS X has now been released for the iPad. Money 1.3 for iPad is a new version of the highly acclaimed financial budgeting and management tool. This version is similar to the iPhone one and is also a free download.

Released by Jumsoft, the iPad version includes most of the features that has made the desktop version so popular. Users can create different types of accounts for bank accounts, investments, credit cards, and cash. They can follow a preplanned budget using the Budget Monitor, while the Bill section will remind users when amounts are to be paid.

The app has a sync option via Wi-Fi allowing users to manage their finances on the go or at their desks. There is a report facility that helps users to analyses their spending and income to try and help with improvements. The Snow Leopard compatibility has been improved, and minor bugs have been dealt with to create an easy to use interface.

Money 1.3 is on the App Store and is a free download. Requires OS 3.1.3 or later.

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