Money was first released in 2003 and has gained wide popularity among small businesses and home users of Mac since. Fans of Money appreciate the combination of its high usability and effectiveness for finance management. Money allows users to track transactions to and from the user’s wallet, bank accounts, or share trading accounts; make budget plans and monitor the actual outcome; manage bills; and generate income/expense reports. From now on, iPhone owners will be able to access all of these features on the go.
“It is really a high point for Jumsoft. I’m very proud of the company and of the product we have managed to create,” Algirdas Unguvaitis, the general manager of Jumsoft, says. “At the moment, Money is one of the best finance applications in the market with one of the lowest prices. It’s value for money in its most literal sense. Even more, Jumsoft Money 1.0 for iPhone is completely free of charge.”
Money 1.0 for iPhone has most of the features that helped Money to achieve its current popularity. Users are able to create different types of accounts for cash, bank accounts, credit cards, and investments to keep track of transactions to, from, and among them. The Budget Monitor helps users to follow a pre-planned budget, while the Bills section reminds users of amounts due to be paid. Its report capability allows for the analysis of past income and spending and helps users pinpoint areas for improvement. Users will also be able to synchronize the financial data in Money 3.4 on their Mac computers with Money 1.0 for iPhone. All of the features are wrapped in Money’s trademark classy design and easy-to-use interface.
* iPhone or second generation iPod touch 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Jumsoft Money 1.0 for iPhone is free and can be downloaded from iTunes App Store. After downloading the program, it will be automatically installed on users’ iPhone. The Money 3.4 upgrade is free for Money users and $39 (USD) for new customers.