Jumsoft, developer of high-quality applications for Mac OS X and iOS, has released a key update to the iPhone and iPad versions of its most popular product, the finance and budgeting app Money by Jumsoft. Enhancements to the updated app include the ability to store Money documents on Dropbox and to access them from any of the three versions of Money.
"We are extremely happy to present the new Dropbox syncing feature and have high hopes for it," says Algirdas Unguvaitis, general manager of Jumsoft. "As many users of Money have the app on their Macs, iPhones, and iPads, it's essential that they can access their financial data on all three devices with equal ease."
The upgraded app allows for storing of Money documents on Dropbox and viewing, editing, adding, or removing data from any of the three versions of the app as well. The update also includes minor interface and localization improvements, along with various fixes.
Money was first launched in 2003 and has since gained wide popularity among small businesses and home users of Macs. Fans of Money appreciate the synthesis of its excellent usability and its effectiveness for finance management. It allows users to track transactions to and from their wallets and bank accounts, make budget plans and monitor outcomes, and manage their bills.
Money for iPhone and iPad has most of the features that helped the desktop version of Money attain its present popularity. Users can create different types of accounts for cash, bank accounts, credit cards, and assets and keep track of transactions to, from, and among them. The Budgets feature helps users follow a pre-planned budget, while the Scheduler feature reminds them of amounts due. All of the features are wrapped up in a remarkably stylish interface.
Money by Jumsoft for iPhone and iPad can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.
Money by Jumsoft is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and Money by Jumsoft for iPad is $4.99 and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.