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With iBank, you'll stay organized and up-to-date. You can easily monitor your account balances, pay bills on time, cut spending, plan savings, watch your investments and secure your financial future!


 

mac360.com: "What Quicken would be if Intuit actually cared about Mac users. iBank may be as good as it gets for managing money on a Mac."

 

TUAW.com: "You probably haven't heard of IGG Software, but you will. It's the company behind the popular Mac and iOS financial software iBank and it's about to send a knock out blow to finance giant Intuit."

 

BrianJarrett.com: "...powerful, fast, attractive, and full-featured. It does virtually everything I need a personal finance application to do...I’m incredibly impressed with iBank 4."

 

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Set up in a snap. Import from Quicken or start from scratch - iBank's setup assistant gets you going in no time. 

Track all your finances in one place. iBank includes tools for keeping tabs on all of your real-world accounts. 

Update your records with ease. Use iBank's integrated browser to import transactions from your bank's website, or get direct downloads from these banks. 

See where your money goes. Assign categories to all transactions, and split transactions for detailed tracking. 

Visualize your finances. Create instant reports on balances, spending categories, investments, net worth and more. 

Plan for prosperity. With envelope budgeting, you can build savings, track spending, compare goals vs. results. 

 

Sync data with your iPhone or iPad. iBank Mobileand iBank for iPad apps deliver finance management on the go. 

Track investments with ease. For all types of securities, take advantage of iBank's powerful investment analysis and reports. 

Reconcile with paper statements. Convenient reconciliation keeps your accounts properly balanced. 

Go global. Works worldwide, with multi-currency support and localization for British English and French.

Take control of your financial life. Use scheduled transactions, attach files to your transactions, print checks, export to TurboTax and more. 

Help when you need it. iBank offers great support, auser manual, the IGG Knowledge Base, video tutorials and more.



Zot interview with Ian Gillespie

Developer of iBank + iBiz, and President of IGG Software, LLC. 

 

Why did you create iBank? What need were you trying to satisfy? 

I was a Mac user, of course, and I saw the need for a solid, truly Mac-based app that offered as many of the features of Quicken as was practical. The first version of iBank came out in 2004, and it was fairly rudimentary compared to how far it's come. iBank now features pretty robust investment tracking, direct downloads, and import and export capabilities. As it turns out, the latest version of Quicken seems to have taken a big step backwards lately in terms of functionality. People waited years for it, and it doesn't even do  a lot of other things that earlier versions did, and that's been driving a lot of users to iBank. So for people tracking their personal finances on a Mac - and there are a lot of us - iBank is now probably the most complete Mac finance solution available. 

 

What's the most unique, useful feature of your product? 

 

iBank is pretty full-featured, but we feel like some of the most important things that differentiate iBank aren't part of the product itself. For instance, it's hard to get help with a lot of technology products, so we make sure we've got a killer support team. The quality of help they provide has created a lot of customer loyalty. Along the same lines: we talk to, and listen to, and respond to our users. Bug fixes, changes to the user interface, new feature development, a transparent development process, regular updates... all of those things are customer-driven with iBank. It seems like an obvious way to do business, but I'm often surprised at how many companies don't get that right. 

 

What features should a prospective buyer look into during a trial of your product? 

 

Everyone comes to iBank with a different set of goals or priorities. But almost all of them start with the same steps: importing their Quicken account data, and downloading transactions from online accounts. Unfortunately, these are choke points: if they don't work right, we can lose a sale. But I mention them because in nearly every case, there are things we can help users overcome if they don't get their data to import correctly. Sometimes the problem is that a new user skips a step, but if the problem is on our end, or Quicken's, we've usually encountered the issue and can help the customer with a solution. On the bank download side, it's the same deal: not all banks support the direct download protocol, but we know how you can import transactions from nearly any bank or online account. And we want to get you going! Since we offer free support even for users in demo mode, we encourage people to bring their questions to us. 

 

What's your favorite Mac app out there from another developer? Why? 

 

There are so many great apps, it's not possible to pick a favorite. As a developer, I'm really enthusiastic about OS X, but that doesn't count... and for instance, I'm pretty into photography, but I wouldn't say I like PhotoShop or Aperture or iPhoto best. They all do different things, and do them really well, though I don't think any of them are perfect either. Right now there's a lot of excitement around iPhone apps and the iPad, and it's easy to understand why. The mobility and simplicity of the iOS platform is fantastic. But there's still a crucial role for more demanding tools, like PhotoShop, or even iBank and iBiz, so I'm certainly not giving up on the desktop either. 

 

What features would you like to add to your product that at this time seem improbable/impossible? 

 

Some of the things people have been asking for in iBank, like synching budgets and Direct Access Data with iBank for the iPad, are right around the corner. We're working on some long delayed features that users will be pretty excited about, but that's a function of resources as well. 

 

Of all the feature requests we hear, the biggest is probably bill-pay. It was something people were used to in Quicken, and now that Quicken Essentials has eliminated that functionality, it creates an opportunity for iBank to capture customers for whom bill-pay is a dealmaker. Having said that, adding bill-pay is a huge undertaking. It involves a lot of back-end, third-party stuff that adds costs, complexity and potentially, security issues. For the end-user, it probably means that gaining access to bill-pay will entail monthly charges. We've also seen a mini-trend of banks disallowing bill-pay that originates from third-party apps like Quicken - some institutions have concluded that the most secure method for paying bills is for account holders to do so from within their own accounts. 

 

So there are definitely some hurdles. We're still weighing the extent to which iBank better serves customers by including bill-pay functionality, or the extent to which customers can live without it. For instance, you can already access your accounts via iBank's built-in browser, pay your bills without leaving the app or incurring extra charges, and then reconcile the payment when you next download the transaction period including that charge. But for some customers, that's not how they want it to work. 

 

Over the long run adding bill pay feels inevitable. We're pretty responsive to users, and certainly, there are enough users calling for it. Again, it will take up development resources and time, so it's neither impossible nor improbable - just a matter of making it a priority.

 

Thanks Ian! 

About IGG

Who we are

 

We're a lot like you. We're Mac users. We like to go outside on sunny days. We have kids and mortgages and dogs. We are real people who happen to make software. It's creative, it's fun, and it can be really, really hard. Some days we feel pretty smart, but we never have all the answers. And when everything goes right, we get to help people like ourselves live a little bit better. That feels pretty good.

 

What we do

 

We write applications for Macs and Apple mobile devices. We love our gadgets, but we love our families even more. So we try to help folks like us manage our paychecks and our bills and our future. We also spend more hours than anything else here doing something important: communicating with our users. That means solving your problems, listening to your comments, learning new things or hearing great ideas. It also means we develop our apps in a kind of partnership with you: people who buy them, use them, depend on them, and sometimes, even love them.

 

Where we work

 

IGG Software, Inc. is a small company based in Putney, Vermont. It was started by Ian G. Gillespie, so his initials became its name. Ian is a real person, too, even if we hardly see him. We work virtually. That means we use everyday tools like email or iChat to communicate among ourselves or with partners and customers, without coming in to an office. Instead, we are spread out around Vermont, across the country, or occasionally even abroad. No commuting cuts our carbon output, which is nice, but it also means we are a happy, motivated bunch. We wake up, plug in, and rock out.

 

 

 


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A few years back a world without Quicken as the mainstay of personal finance apps would have been unimaginable. It was the go to application for managing personal finances on your Mac. Now it’s hard to imagine that world without IGG Software’s iBank 5. iBank 5 is a best of class app that continues to add features and value and which should be your personal finance app of choice.

How easy is it to get iBank 5 up and running and so you can start tracking your current financial status? Let’s put it this way; I had 11 bank accounts and an investment account set up and all transactions imported in less time than it took to boil a pot of coffee water and steep a press pot. This is in large part because of an an optional IGG Software subscription service called Direct Access ($5 per month, $13 per quarter, or $40 per year), which connects directly to your banking institutions using your authentication information and downloads transactions directly into iBank 5.

If you prefer a more traditional method or prefer not to have an app access your banking data, iBank also offers options for manually entering your banking data or importing the Quicken or Microsoft Money files you can download from your bank. iBank also offers tools for easily migrating your data from other financial management tools such as Microsoft Money and Quicken.

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Once your data is imported you do have to go about the business of matching your transaction data to expense categories. Fortunately iBank is a pretty quick study, capable of matching future transactions from the same vendors to the categories you originally mapped them to. If the default set of categories the app provides don’t suit your needs or are not as expansive as you need them to be, the Categories tool appearing in iBank’s library list lets you make quick work of adding, removing or updating categories.

iBank 5 organizes your banking data in a way that makes it easy for you to quickly assess your current balances. A Library list at the left of the app’s main window shows a list of your accounts, provides a basic set of reports, and tools for creating budgets. Items within iBank 5’s groupings can be dragged and reorganized in a way that makes sense to you. If you prefer an uncluttered look, any of the items appearing in the Library list can be hidden or revealed with the click of a button.

A summary displaying how much money you have and how much you owe appears at the bottom of the list. You have the option of selecting the accounts that are included in this summary. So, for example, if you share an account with someone but don’t want the money in that account to be included in your total net worth, you can easily exclude it.

Transactions appear in a ledger to the right of the Library list. Each transaction that appears in the list and for which you’ve supplied a category displays a small image representing the type of transaction you’re looking at. So a grocery purchase has a small grocery basket next to it and a gasoline purchase has an image of a fuel dispenser next to it. These images can be customized to your liking, but the reality is that they offer little in the way of real value. They’re just a kitschy addition to the app.

iBank 5 ships with several standard reports each of which gives a graphical overview of where you’ve spent your money. The app’s basic offering include income and expense reports for the last month, last year, and current year as well as a net worth report. The app’s existing reports can be customized to suit your specific needs or you can create your own reports by choosing the Add New Report option from the Tools menu. iBank 5 provides 10 starting points for reports, including Portfolio Summary, Category Detail, and Forecast reports. Once selected these accounts can be customized to include specific accounts and categories.

The app’s budgeting tools offer both the traditional budgeting method of making “guesstimates” of how much you hope to spend each month and comparing your actual estimate to that budgeted amount or the truly old-school method of envelope budgeting, which pre-allocates funds to specific budget categories from which you can then “draw” funds for payment in those categories. iBank 5’s budgeting tool walks you through a brief questionnaire about scheduled and unscheduled transactions, how much income you expect to see each month and where you expect to spend your money. I found the budgeting tools to be excellent and, if you choose to use the envelope method, simple, when necessary, to pull money from one envelope so you can put it another.

iBank offers a number of ways to make it easy to stay on top of your bills and to get them paid. Scheduled transactions automatically appear in the Calendar app. If your bank account is setup to use bill pay features you can use iBank 5 to pay your bills, with the added benefit that iBank 5 will first check to make sure that the transaction will not cause an overdraft.

Bottom line

iBank 5 is an excellent personal finance application that makes it effortless to track your financial transactions, stock portfolios, as well as create budgets and reports to help you assess your current and future financial status. There is no better financial app available today for your Mac.

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Budgeting Software for Mac

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Here’s a comprehensive list of budgeting software for Mac, I originally created this list for a family member who is a recent switcher and was looking for some personal budgeting software for their new Mac, and I figured it was useful enough to share with everyone else.

Quicken – $69.99 – almost everyone has heard of Quicken, it’s basically the industry standard for consumer budgeting software. It works very well as long as you’re willing to keep the data recent, and it’ll hook up to some online bank accounts (or you can import data). It’s cross-platform compatible which is also a bonus if you’re a recent switcher.

iBank – $59.99 – iBank is very much a Mac app, it’s very attractive, easy to use, has an intuitive interface, and, well, it just plain looks good. You can easily import banking and finance data to help create a budget and track your finances and has a pretty cool feature that lets you visit online bank accounts through the app to import any data that otherwise wouldn’t be accessible. As an added bonus, it syncs with your iPhone so you can see all your budgets and finances on the road. From appearances alone, this app takes the cake (the screenshot above is iBank) and it’s also pretty feature rich. The main downside that I see is that it’s not really cross-platform compatible since it’s Mac only.

MoneyWell – $49.99 – MoneyWell is a lot like iBank, it’s feature rich and looks very attractive, it’s just a bit less well known. The ‘envelope budgeting’ feature looks pretty nice and would certainly be useful. Priced a bit cheaper than iBank, it’s definitely a good alternative, but again it’s Mac only.

Budget – $39.95 – I have smart friends that swear by Budget, so apparently it’s a great app. It’s certainly feature rich and full of stellar reviews, competitively priced, and has been around a while, but at a risk of sounding shallow, I just don’t think it LOOKS that good, especially compared to the some of the alternatives. If you can put the appearance aside, then Budget could be a great software option for managing your finances.

Squirrel – €14.99 – Free beta test – Squirrel won an Apple Design Award in 2008 for the best Mac OS X Leopard Student Product, which is no small feat. If it has Apple’s stamp of approval, it’s probably a pretty great app although I have yet to test it myself. It’s currently in development but looks pretty stable and has a lot of personal budgeting features, you can also try it before you buy it with a free download, so definitely check this one out. There’s also an iPhone version available for free! And yes that’s €14.99 – Euro’s not Dollars, which is about $22 at current exchange rates.

ChaChing – Free beta – Since it’s in Beta it’s hard to know much about this app, but it looks like it’s developing into a promising contender. It has an iPhone version that it syncs with too so that you can budget on the go. It has been recommended rather highly by friends that use it, and you can’t beat the free beta either, but nonetheless it is still beta software, so YMMV.

Best Budgeting Software for Mac is…

Mint – Free – Enter all your accounts into Mint and it’ll pull as much financial data as it can, back more years than you remembered, creating a pretty comprehensive list of personal financing trends and budgeting information. Completely web-based means it’s fully cross platform compatible and easily accessible from virtually anywhere with internet access, there’s also a pretty great iPhone app, and it’s all for free? Put all this together, and this takes the cake for the best Mac budgeting software.

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iBank 5.6.4 – Intuitive personal finance manager

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iBank is a new standard for Mac money management.

With its intuitive user interface and a full set of money management features, iBank 5 is the most complete software available for Mac personal finance. iBank 5 lets you enter and edit your transactions with ease, pay bills online and on time, download your online account data, reconcile your statements, and track your investments with versatile and robust tools.

In iBank, it’s simple to split, schedule or categorize transactions. With a couple of clicks, you’ll be able to create powerful, dynamic reports using iBank’s flexible templates (Income and Expense, Net Worth, Forecast and more). And iBank’s new envelope budgeting feature helps tailor your spending while building savings.


What’s New

Version 5.6.4:

  • Lots of great enhancements in this release. These areas saw fixes/enhancements: security quote downloads, multi-currency transaction entry, currency exchange rate downloads, bond calculations, report layout, overview report budget section, scheduled transactions and more.

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OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor


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A message authentication code(MAC), or tag, is a security code that is typed in by the user of a computer to access accounts or portals. This code is attached to the message or request sent by the user. Message authentication codes (MACs) attached to the message must be recognized by the receiving system in order to grant the user access.

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Understanding Message Authentication Code (MAC)

Message authentication codes(MACs) are commonly used in electronic funds transfers (EFTs) to maintain information integrity. They confirm that a message is authentic; that it really does come, in other words, from the stated sender, and hasn’t undergone any changes en route. Format flash drive for mac. A verifier who also possesses the key can use it to identify changes to the content of the message in question.

Message authentication codes are usually required to access any kind of financial account. Banks, brokerage firms, trust companies, and any other deposit, investment, or insurance company that offers online access can employ these codes. They are a vital component of financial cryptography.

Algorithms Used to Generate MACs

Three algorithms typically comprise a MAC: a key generation algorithm, a signing algorithm and a verifying algorithm. The key generation algorithm chooses a key at random. The signing algorithm sends a tag when given the key and the message. The verifying algorithm is used to verify the authenticity of the message when given the key and tag; it will return a message of accepted if the message and tag are authentic and unaltered, but otherwise it will return a message of rejected.

For example, the sender sends a message, such as an EFT, through the MAC algorithm, which generates a key and attaches a MAC data tag to the message. The recipient gets the message, runs it back through the MAC algorithm with the same key, and gets a second data tag. He or she will then compare this MAC data tag with the first one attached to the message when it was transmitted. If the code is the same at both ends, the recipient can safely assume that the data integrity of the message is intact. If not, however, it means that the message was altered, tampered with or forged.

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However, the message itself should contain some data that ensures that this message can only be sent once. For example, a one-time MAC, timestamp or sequence number could be used to guarantee that the message can only be sent once. Otherwise, the system could be vulnerable to a replay attack, in which an attacker intercepts the message after it has been decoded and retransmits it at a later time, replicating the original results and infiltrating the system.

Message Integrity Codes (MICs)

Sometimes, the term message integrity code(MIC) will be used instead of MAC. This is most often done in the communications industry, where MACtraditionally means media access control address(MAC address). However, MIC can also be used to refer to message digest, which does not use secret keys in the same manner as a MAC, and cannot offer the same level of security without further encryption.

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IndustryComputer software
Founded2003[1]
HeadquartersPutney, Vermont
Dr. Ian Gillespie,[1] founder
ProductsBanktivity

Number of employees

~9[1]
Websitewww.iggsoftware.com

IGG Software is a Putney, Vermont-based software company that specializes in Mac OS X and iOS applications for personal finance management.

Products[edit]

Banktivity[edit]

IGG's iBank application, a personal finance product and Quicken competitor,[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]was runner-up for the Best Mac OS X Leopard Application in the 2007 Apple Design Awards.[9]

iBank 3, was written to run exclusively in Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard). iBank 2 was developed specifically for the previous Mac OS, 10.4 (Tiger). iBank 3 leverages various aspects of the Mac OS, including Cover Flow, Quick Look, Core Animation and more. It also integrates with other Apple Inc. products, such as syncing with an iPhone via MobileMe.

iBank 4 was updated to be compatible with Mac OS X 10.7.

NetBeans IDE is an integrated, multi-platform and open-source development environment for Java that is also compatible with other programming languages like Ruby or C.NetBeans IDE doesn't just allow you to design and program desktop applications; you can also use it to make Internet applications that use AJAX, CSS, and Javascript.With NetBeans IDE you can compile and debug your programs as well as control file versions thanks to CVS, Mercurial, or Subversion. Netbeans for mac.

Some iBank 4 features included Direct Connect (downloads from online accounts), iPhone sync, MobileMe compatibility, interactive charts, multiple currencies, a budget monitor, check printing, loan and portfolio management, smart accounts, TurboTax exporting, and Quicken importing.

iBank 5 was released November 19, 2013,[10] introducing several new features such as online billpay, Direct Access and Improvements to budgeting.[11] iBank 5 saw the release of six major upgrades to the product through iBank 5.6.4 which included the addition of iBank Cloud Sync.[12][13]

Banktivity 5 released January 28, 2016. After nearly 13 years IGG retired the iBank name, announcing Banktivity as the successor of the IGG’s personal finance software line.[14]

Banktivity 6: initial public release on April 25, 2017

Banktivity 7: initial public release on September 24, 2018

See also[edit]

Banktivity 7 Support

References[edit]

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  2. ^Cohen, Peter. 'iBank finance software improves Quicken migration'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  3. ^Chartier, David (February 27, 2008). 'iBank 3 lands with Direct Downloads, iPhone sync, more - Ars Technica'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
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  5. ^Barylick, Chris. 'iBank 2.1 Review'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  6. ^'iBank 3'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  7. ^'A 3-in-1 Banking Software Standoff'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  8. ^MacKenzie, Kate (August 13, 2008). 'Mac360 - iBank: How To Make Money Look Good On A Mac'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  9. ^'WWDC: Apple Design Awards 2007 Winners'. The Mac Observer. June 13, 2007. Retrieved April 3, 2012.
  10. ^'Banktivity 5 Version History'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.
  11. ^'iBank 5 – The Leader in Macintosh Personal Finance'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.
  12. ^'Version: 5.6'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.
  13. ^'Cloud. Sync. Now'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.
  14. ^'Banktivity is the new iBank'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.

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The best personal finance manager. Only for Mac and iOS! For fast answers and great support including Live Chat, visit www.iggsoftware.com.

"There's really nothing better than iBank 5 [Banktivity]." — macworld.com

"Hits the sweet spot between power and simplicity, at an affordable price." — CNET

“Our favorite budgeting and personal finance app. It does everything well.” — The Sweet Setup

√ GET ORGANIZED

The first step in money management is to get all your finances in one place. If you’ve used software like Quicken (for Mac or PC), Banktivity's set-up assistant will import your old data. Next — or if you’re just starting out — download current transactions from your accounts online, at no cost, via direct connection to your bank or by using Banktivity's built-in browser to view your accounts and download your data for free.

Banktivity's optional Direct Access* service makes this even easier by connecting to over 10,000 banks worldwide, automatically delivering the latest transaction data to your Mac.

√ SEE WHERE THE MONEY GOES

Banktivity has the tools you need to set up checking accounts, savings, credit cards, mortgages, investments and more. Then track each and every transaction: fine-tune them by categorizing, splitting or making custom edits — or let transaction templates do the work for you. Attach receipts or any file to transactions; reconcile to paper statements; search by account; track payments or transfers in any currency; and manage repeating events with scheduled transactions.

Banktivity 5 also lets you pay bills online! Integrate scheduled transactions with Reminders and never miss a payment again. Set up payees, send checks, track them in progress and see them appear in your register. You can print checks, too.

Update your accounts at once with Banktivity's Update Everything button, syncing devices and fetching Direct Access data and securities prices. And Smart Accounts let you view records by account, payee, memo, category or more.

√ BUILD SAVINGS

Banktivity's budgeting tools help you to set saving and spending goals, track expenses, cut debt and build a more secure future. By giving your available cash specific purposes, envelope budgeting lets you assign money to different categories and carry over savings.

Banktivity automatically budgets scheduled transactions like paychecks and bills, so by categorizing each expense and editing the budget itself, you can see where your money goes — and how to make it go further! Banktivity does this visually so that you can see your daily progress; compare past, current or projected budgets; and view it all in a Budget vs. Actual report.

√ SECURE YOUR FUTURE

Banktivity's investment features manage stocks, bonds, mutual funds, IRAs, 401Ks, CDs and other assets. You can track buys, sells, splits, dividends, options, etc.; categorize investment transactions; retrieve quotes from Yahoo! Finance or foreign exchanges; analyze ROI and more.

Built-in report templates (Income & Expense, Net Worth, Payee Summary and more) dynamically analyze your finances. Assign tax codes to transactions to generate a Tax Summary report (or export data to TurboTax); or view your holdings in the Portfolio Summary or Investment Summary reports.

Banktivity's reports instantly generate graphs and charts. You can drill down for detail with a click, export table data to spreadsheets, and print reports or save them as PDFs.

√ WE’RE THERE FOR YOU

No matter where you are, you can enter transactions on the go with Banktivity for iPhone, or sync accounts, budgets and investments to Banktivity for iPad for mobile money management (apps sold separately).

If you need help, get unlimited email support or Live Chat for answers in minutes. Banktivity offers built-in Help files, plus a downloadable user manual, a searchable Knowledge Base and video tutorials at our site.

*Direct Access subscriptions via In-App Purchase.

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Nice little update mainly focused on fixing the following:
- iBank appears in online account setup assistant
- Gain figure calculated wrong for bonds
- Typo in the About Transactions in the Help files.
- DA investment transactions without symbols import without prices
- Direct Access import fails to match existing transactions, logging regex error
- Import Rules Should be case Insensitive
- Hang while evaluating completed finite Scheduled Transactions

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Here’s a comprehensive list of budgeting software for Mac, I originally created this list for a family member who is a recent switcher and was looking for some personal budgeting software for their new Mac, and I figured it was useful enough to share with everyone else.

Quicken – $69.99 – almost everyone has heard of Quicken, it’s basically the industry standard for consumer budgeting software. It works very well as long as you’re willing to keep the data recent, and it’ll hook up to some online bank accounts (or you can import data). It’s cross-platform compatible which is also a bonus if you’re a recent switcher.

iBank – $59.99 – iBank is very much a Mac app, it’s very attractive, easy to use, has an intuitive interface, and, well, it just plain looks good. You can easily import banking and finance data to help create a budget and track your finances and has a pretty cool feature that lets you visit online bank accounts through the app to import any data that otherwise wouldn’t be accessible. As an added bonus, it syncs with your iPhone so you can see all your budgets and finances on the road. From appearances alone, this app takes the cake (the screenshot above is iBank) and it’s also pretty feature rich. The main downside that I see is that it’s not really cross-platform compatible since it’s Mac only.

MoneyWell – $49.99 – MoneyWell is a lot like iBank, it’s feature rich and looks very attractive, it’s just a bit less well known. The ‘envelope budgeting’ feature looks pretty nice and would certainly be useful. Priced a bit cheaper than iBank, it’s definitely a good alternative, but again it’s Mac only.

Budget – $39.95 – I have smart friends that swear by Budget, so apparently it’s a great app. It’s certainly feature rich and full of stellar reviews, competitively priced, and has been around a while, but at a risk of sounding shallow, I just don’t think it LOOKS that good, especially compared to the some of the alternatives. If you can put the appearance aside, then Budget could be a great software option for managing your finances.

Squirrel – €14.99 – Free beta test – Squirrel won an Apple Design Award in 2008 for the best Mac OS X Leopard Student Product, which is no small feat. If it has Apple’s stamp of approval, it’s probably a pretty great app although I have yet to test it myself. It’s currently in development but looks pretty stable and has a lot of personal budgeting features, you can also try it before you buy it with a free download, so definitely check this one out. There’s also an iPhone version available for free! And yes that’s €14.99 – Euro’s not Dollars, which is about $22 at current exchange rates.

ChaChing – Free beta – Since it’s in Beta it’s hard to know much about this app, but it looks like it’s developing into a promising contender. It has an iPhone version that it syncs with too so that you can budget on the go. It has been recommended rather highly by friends that use it, and you can’t beat the free beta either, but nonetheless it is still beta software, so YMMV.

Best Budgeting Software for Mac is…

Mint – Free – Enter all your accounts into Mint and it’ll pull as much financial data as it can, ibank for mac more years than you remembered, creating a pretty comprehensive list of personal financing trends and budgeting information. Completely web-based means it’s fully cross platform compatible and easily accessible from virtually anywhere with internet access, there’s also a pretty great iPhone app, and it’s all for free? Put all this together, and this takes the cake for the best Mac budgeting software.

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A message authentication code(MAC), or tag, craig taylor equipment alaska a security code that is typed in by the user of a computer to access accounts or portals. This code is attached to the message or request sent by the user. Message authentication codes (MACs) attached to the message must be recognized by the receiving system in order to grant the user access.

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Understanding Message Authentication Code (MAC)

Message authentication codes(MACs) are commonly used in electronic funds transfers (EFTs) to maintain information integrity. They confirm that a message is authentic; that it really does come, in other words, from the stated sender, and hasn’t undergone any changes en route. Format flash drive for mac. A verifier who also possesses the key can use it to identify changes to the content of the message in question.

Message authentication codes are usually required to access any kind of financial account. Banks, brokerage firms, trust companies, and any other deposit, investment, or insurance company that offers online access can employ these codes. They are a vital component of financial cryptography.

Algorithms Used to Generate MACs

Three algorithms typically comprise a MAC: a key generation algorithm, a signing algorithm and a verifying algorithm. The key generation algorithm chooses a key at random. The signing algorithm sends a tag when given the key and the message. The verifying algorithm is used to verify the authenticity of the message when given the key and tag; it will return a message of accepted if the message and tag are authentic and unaltered, but otherwise it will return a message of rejected.

For example, the sender sends a message, such as an EFT, through the MAC algorithm, which generates a key and attaches a MAC data tag to the message. The recipient gets the message, runs it back through the MAC algorithm with the same key, and gets a second data tag. He or she will then compare this MAC data tag with the first one attached to the message when it was transmitted. If the code is the same at both ends, the recipient can safely assume that the data integrity of the message is intact. If not, however, it means that the message was altered, commercial property management services mildura ibank for mac or forged.

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However, the message itself should contain some data that ensures that this message can only be sent once. For example, a one-time MAC, timestamp or sequence number could be used to guarantee that the message can only be sent once. Otherwise, the system could be vulnerable to a replay attack, in which an attacker intercepts the message after it has been decoded and retransmits it at a later time, replicating the original results and infiltrating the system.

Message Integrity Codes (MICs)

Sometimes, the term message integrity code(MIC) will be used instead of MAC. This is most often done in the communications industry, where MACtraditionally means media access control address(MAC address). However, MIC can also be used to refer to message digest, which does not use secret keys in the same manner as a MAC, and cannot offer the same level of security without further encryption.

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Founded2003[1]
HeadquartersPutney, Vermont
Dr. Ian Gillespie,[1] founder
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Number of employees

~9[1]
Websitewww.iggsoftware.com

IGG Software is a Putney, Vermont-based software company that specializes in Mac OS X and iOS applications for personal finance management.

Products[edit]

Banktivity[edit]

IGG's iBank application, a personal finance product and Quicken competitor,[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8]was runner-up for the Best Mac OS X Leopard Application in the 2007 Apple Design Awards.[9]

iBank 3, was written to run exclusively in Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard). iBank 2 was developed specifically for the previous Mac OS, 10.4 (Tiger). iBank 3 leverages various aspects of the Mac OS, including Cover Flow, Quick Look, Core Animation and more. It also integrates with other Apple Inc. products, such as syncing with an iPhone via MobileMe.

iBank 4 was updated to be compatible with Mac OS X 10.7.

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Some iBank 4 features included Direct Connect (downloads from online accounts), iPhone sync, MobileMe compatibility, interactive charts, multiple currencies, a budget monitor, check printing, loan and portfolio management, smart accounts, TurboTax exporting, and Quicken importing.

iBank 5 was released November 19, 2013,[10] introducing several new features such as online billpay, Direct Access and Improvements to budgeting.[11] iBank 5 saw the release of six major upgrades to the product through iBank 5.6.4 which included the addition of iBank Cloud Sync.[12][13]

Banktivity 5 released January 28, 2016. After nearly 13 years IGG retired the iBank name, announcing Banktivity as the successor of the IGG’s personal finance software line.[14]

Banktivity 6: initial public release on April 25, 2017

Banktivity 7: initial public release on September 24, 2018

See also[edit]

Banktivity 7 Support

References[edit]

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  2. ^Cohen, Peter. 'iBank finance ibank for mac improves Quicken migration'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  3. ^Chartier, David (February 27, 2008). 'iBank 3 lands with Direct Downloads, iPhone sync, more - Ars Technica'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  4. ^Lazar, Lonnie (October 15, 2008). 'IGG Software iBank'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  5. ^Barylick, Chris. 'iBank 2.1 Review'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  6. ^'iBank 3'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  7. ^'A 3-in-1 Banking Software Standoff'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  8. ^MacKenzie, Kate (August 13, 2008). 'Mac360 - iBank: How To Make Money Look Good On A Mac'. Retrieved March 1, 2009.
  9. ^'WWDC: Apple Design Awards 2007 Winners'. The Mac Observer. June 13, 2007. Retrieved April 3, 2012.
  10. ^'Banktivity 5 Version History'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.
  11. ^'iBank 5 – The Leader in Macintosh Personal Finance'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.
  12. ^'Version: 5.6'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.
  13. ^'Cloud. Sync. Now'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.
  14. ^'Banktivity is the new iBank'. Retrieved February 2, 2016.

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With its intuitive user interface and a full set of money management features, iBank 5 is the most complete software available for Mac personal finance. iBank 5 lets you enter and edit your transactions with ease, pay bills online and on time, download your online account data, reconcile your statements, and track your investments with versatile and robust tools.

In iBank, it’s simple to split, schedule or categorize transactions. With a couple of clicks, you’ll be able to create powerful, dynamic reports using iBank’s flexible templates (Income and Expense, Net Worth, Forecast and more). And iBank’s new envelope budgeting feature helps tailor your spending while building savings.


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The first step in money management is to get all your finances in one place. If you’ve used software like Quicken (for Mac or PC), Banktivity's set-up assistant will import your old data. Next — or if you’re just starting out — download current transactions from your accounts online, at no cost, via direct connection to your bank or by using Banktivity's built-in browser to view your accounts and download your data for free.

Banktivity's optional Direct Access* service makes this even easier by connecting to over 10,000 banks worldwide, automatically delivering the latest transaction data to your Mac.

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Banktivity 5 also lets you pay bills online! Integrate scheduled transactions with Reminders and never miss a payment again. Set up payees, send checks, track them in progress and see them appear in your register. You can print checks, too.

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Banktivity's investment features manage stocks, bonds, mutual funds, IRAs, 401Ks, CDs and other assets. You can track buys, sells, splits, dividends, options, etc.; categorize investment transactions; retrieve quotes from Yahoo! Finance or foreign exchanges; analyze ROI and more.

Built-in report templates (Income & Expense, Net Worth, Payee Summary and more) dynamically analyze your finances. Assign tax codes to transactions to generate a Tax Summary report (or export data to TurboTax); or view your holdings in the Portfolio Summary or Investment Summary reports.

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No matter where you are, you can enter transactions on the go with Banktivity for iPhone, or sync accounts, budgets and investments to Banktivity for iPad for mobile money management (apps sold separately).

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How do I use iBank Cloud Sync to share documents between my devices?

Cloud Sync makes it possible to keep any number of Macs and mobile devices in sync without them having to talk to one other - they only have to communicate with the cloud. This allows workflows that were never possible before, such as Mac to Mac syncing, iPhone to iPad syncing without a Mac, or any other combination thereof.

To use iBank Cloud Sync, a free iBank ID is required. Once you sign in with your ID, you may upload one or more documents to the cloud server where they can be accessed from any Mac or mobile device running iBank. You will give each cloud document a unique name so that you can choose which of your devices will sync with which documents. The cloud server is the documents' home, so any changes you make to documents in the cloud will sync to all of your iBank devices.

At this time, transaction attachments and category images cannot be synced between devices.

Sign up for an iBank ID

iBank Cloud Sync requires you to have a free iBank ID. To chase disney credit card perks in or sign up, make sure you are connected to the internet and choose File > Manage iBank ID.

  • If you already have an iBank ID, simply enter your username and password, then click "Sign In" to continue.
  • If you best chase credit card with no annual fee your username or password, click the "Lost Password" button and enter your email address. IGG Software will send you an email containing your username and a link that you can use to reset your password. Once you have done that successfully, you can use the new password to log in.
  • If you have not yet signed up for an iBank ID, click "Create iBank ID," fill out the form on the next page, and click "Create iBank ID" again to submit your registration details. Assuming you have chosen an ID that has not been used before and the rest of the form has been filled out properly, your ID will be created and iBank will log you in automatically. Later on, check your email for a message from IGG Software that will allow you to verify your email address. If you do not complete verification within 14 days, your iBank ID will be locked and iBank will display a prompt to resend the verification email.

iBank ID's are free to set up and are required to use Direct Access, Cloud Sync, and iBank Investor sync. If you do not use these features, you do not need to create an iBank ID. IGG Software does not sell or give away your personal information for any reason. For more information, see Security & Privacy.

Once you are logged in, you can review your account details and make changes as needed (for example, to update your email address or change your password). The iBank document will remain logged in until you return to the iBank ID management screen and click the "Logout" button. The username and password for your iBank ID are stored in the Mac OS X Keychain. Click "Done" to return to iBank's main window.

Add documents to the cloud

To get started with iBank Cloud Sync, first send your iBank for Mac documents to the cloud. These contain some data that is not available on iBank for peoples first federal credit union or iPhone (such as reports and account groups), so by sending your Mac documents to the Cloud Sync server first, you will ensure the extra data is not lost.

If you are switching from legacy sync to Cloud Sync, be sure to sync your devices beforehand! Once you enable Cloud Sync, your previous sync connections will be terminated and you won't be able to sync with your devices until you reconfigure ibank for mac for Cloud Sync.

  1. Launch iBank on your Mac and open a document you want to use with Cloud Sync. Select "Sync Settings" in the source list or choose View > Show Sync Settings. In the view that appears, click "Set Up Syncing" and then "Cloud Sync" to begin the setup process. If you previously used WiFi/WebDAV sync, click "Switch to Cloud Sync" and acknowledge the warning that your previous sync setup will be deleted.
  2. If you have not already signed in with your iBank ID (see above), next you will be prompted to do so.
  3. On the next screen, enter a name for the cloud document. This name will be visible to your other devices when you configure them for Cloud Sync.
  4. Next, choose a password to encrypt the cloud document. You must not forget the password - it is required to set up any other devices to sync with this cloud document.

At this point the assistant will show a progress bar until all of your data has been uploaded to the Cloud Sync server. Once it completes, you can begin setting up other devices to sync with this newly created cloud document.

Open cloud documents

Once you have uploaded one or more iBank documents to the cloud server, you can open them from as many additional Macs and mobile devices as you like.

Connecting a Mac or mobile device to iBank Cloud Sync requires you to create a new document. It is not possible to connect an existing document to one that has already been uploaded to the Cloud Sync server.

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  1. Launch iBank.
  2. Make sure you are connected to the Internet.
  3. Choose File > New iBank Document.
  4. Click "Open Cloud Sync Document".
  5. Log in with your iBank ID.
  6. Choose the cloud document you want to open.
  7. Enter the password required to open the document.
  8. Wait for the document to download.
  9. Choose a location to save the file.

iBank for iPad/iPhone

  1. Launch iBank.
  2. Make sure you are connected to the Internet.
  3. If a document is already open, tap "Back" to return to the iBank home screen.
  4. Tap "Create a New Document."
  5. Enter a name for the document (only used on this device).
  6. Tap "Open Cloud Sync Document," then "Set Up Cloud Sync."
  7. Log in with your iBank ID.
  8. Choose the cloud document you want to open.
  9. Enter the password required to open the document.
  10. Wait for the document to download.

Syncing documents

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You can initiate a sync at any time by choosing File > Sync (which will only sync the document) or File > Update Everything (which will also update your accounts, security quotes, exchange rates, and bill pay payments). In addition, there is a setting to "Automatically update documents" in iBank > Preferences under the "General" tab. When that option is checked, your documents will sync automatically when they are opened and closed.

In the event that a document on your Mac gets out of sync with the Cloud Sync server, a few troubleshooting options are available. Select "Sync Settings" in the source list, then click "Troubleshoot Cloud Sync" and choose one of the following options:

  • Reset Server: Erase the document on the cloud server and replace it with the data on your Mac.
  • Reset Local: Erase the document on your Mac and replace it with the data on the cloud server.
  • Merge Sync: Add unique transactions from the document on the cloud server to the document on your Mac. Note that transactions recently deleted from your Mac document may reappear in your accounts.

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Documents sync automatically when they are opened and closed, and when you switch between iBank and other apps. You can initiate a sync manually by tapping the gear-shaped settings button, "Sync Settings (Cloud Sync)," then "Sync now." On iBank for iPhone, you can also pull down on the Accounts screen to sync and update your accounts.

When switching from iBank for iPad/iPhone to another app, Cloud Sync may be slowed or interrupted as the operating system assigns lower priority to apps running in the background.

In the event that a document on your mobile device gets out of sync with the Cloud Sync server, a few troubleshooting options are available. Tap the gear-shaped settings button, tap "Sync Settings (Cloud Sync)," then tap "Troubleshooting" and choose one of the following options:

  • Reset local data: Erase the document on your device and replace it with the data on the cloud server.
  • Reset cloud data: Erase the document on the cloud server and replace it with the data on your device.
  • Merge local data: Add unique transactions from the document on the cloud server to the document on your device. Note that transactions recently deleted from the document on your device may reappear in your accounts.

Change document passwords

After a document has been uploaded to the Cloud Sync server, you can change the password used to access it from other Macs and mobile devices.

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Select "Sync Settings" in the source list, then click "Change Document Password." Enter the old password along with the new password twice. Once you submit the change, other Macs and mobile devices that sync with that document will be unable to sync until their passwords have been updated.

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Tap the gear-shaped settings button, "Sync Settings (Cloud Sync)," then "Change password." Enter the old password along with the new password twice. Once you submit the change, other Macs and mobile devices that sync with that document will be unable to sync until their passwords have been updated.

Disconnect documents from the cloud

It is possible to disconnect a document from Cloud Sync and leave a copy of the document on your Mac or mobile device for stand-alone use.

Once a document has been disconnected from Cloud Sync, it is not possible to reconnect it to the same document on the cloud server, although it can be used to create a new Cloud Sync document.

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Select "Sync Settings" in the source list, then click "Troubleshoot Cloud Sync." Click "Stop syncing this document" to disconnect the document from Cloud Sync.

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Tap the gear-shaped settings button, "Sync Settings (Cloud Sync)," then "Troubleshooting." Tap "Remove sync settings" to disconnect the document from Cloud Sync.

Managing Cloud Sync documents

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Select "Sync Settings" in the source list, then click "Manage Synced Documents." A list of all cloud documents will appear, showing their names and dates when they were created and last updated. To rename a cloud document, double-click on its name, type in a new name, then press Return on your keyboard. Make sure the name is unique; no two cloud documents may share the same name. You can also delete a document from the server by clicking the "Delete" button next to any document.

Deleting a document from the Cloud Sync server will cause syncing to fail on all Macs and mobile devices that were connected to that document. The document on each Mac and mobile device can be disconnected from Cloud Sync in order to continue using it as a stand-alone document. Once disconnected, a document can be used to create a new Cloud Sync document, but it cannot be reconnected to an existing document on the server.

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If a document is currently open, tap "Back" to return to the home screen. Tap "iBank ID Services" and log in with your iBank ID. A list of all cloud documents will appear, showing their names and dates when they were last updated. To rename a cloud document, tap on it, type in a new name, then tap "Continue." Make sure the name is unique; no two cloud documents may share the same name. You can also delete a document from the server by swiping it to the left and tapping the "Delete" button.

Deleting a document from the Cloud Sync server will cause syncing to fail on all Macs and mobile devices that were connected to that document. The document on each Mac and mobile device can be disconnected from Cloud Sync in order to continue using it as a stand-alone document. Once disconnected, a document can be used to create a new Cloud Sync document, but it cannot be reconnected to an existing document on the server.

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Track all your finances in one place. iBank includes tools for keeping tabs on all of your real-world accounts. 

Update your records with ease. Use iBank's integrated browser to import transactions from your bank's website, or get direct downloads from these banks. 

See where your money goes. Assign categories to all transactions, and split transactions for detailed tracking. 

Visualize your finances. Create instant reports on balances, spending categories, investments, net worth and more. 

Plan for prosperity. With envelope budgeting, you can build savings, track spending, compare goals vs. results. 

 

Sync data with your iPhone or iPad. iBank Mobileand iBank for iPad apps deliver finance management on the go. 

Track investments with ease. For all types of securities, take advantage of iBank's powerful investment analysis and reports. 

Reconcile with paper statements. Convenient reconciliation keeps your accounts properly balanced. 

Go global. Works worldwide, with multi-currency support and localization for British English and French.

Take control of your financial life. Use scheduled transactions, attach files to your transactions, print checks, export to TurboTax and more. 

Help when you need it. iBank offers great support, auser manual, the IGG Knowledge Base, video tutorials and more.



Zot interview with Ian Gillespie

Developer of iBank + iBiz, and President of IGG Software, LLC. 

 

Why did you create iBank? What need were you trying to satisfy? 

I was a Mac user, of course, and I saw the need for a solid, truly Mac-based app that offered as many of the features of Quicken as was practical. The first version of iBank came out in 2004, and it was fairly rudimentary compared to how far it's come. iBank now features pretty robust investment tracking, direct downloads, and import and export capabilities. As it turns out, chase home mortgage foreclosures latest version of Quicken seems to have taken a big step backwards lately in terms of functionality. People waited years for it, and it doesn't even do  a lot of other things that earlier versions did, and that's been driving a lot of users to iBank. So for people tracking their personal finances on a Mac - and there are a lot of us - iBank is now probably the most complete Mac finance solution available. 

 

What's the most unique, useful feature of your product? 

 

iBank is pretty full-featured, but we feel like some of the most important things that differentiate iBank aren't part of the product itself. For instance, it's hard to get help with a lot of technology products, so we make sure we've got a killer support team. The quality of help they provide has created a lot of customer loyalty. Along the same lines: we talk to, and listen to, and respond to our users. Bug fixes, changes to the user interface, new feature development, a transparent development process, regular updates. all of those things are customer-driven with iBank. It seems like an obvious way to do business, but I'm often surprised at how many companies don't get that right. 

 

What features should a prospective buyer look into during a trial of your product? 

 

Everyone comes to iBank with a different set of goals or priorities. But almost all of them start with the same steps: importing their Quicken account data, and downloading transactions from online accounts. Unfortunately, these are choke points: if they don't work right, we can lose a sale. But I mention them because in nearly every case, there are things we can help users overcome if they don't get their data to import correctly. Sometimes the problem is that a new user skips a step, but if the problem is on our end, or Quicken's, we've usually encountered the issue and can help the customer with a solution. On the bank download side, it's the same deal: not all banks support the direct download protocol, but we know how you can import transactions from nearly any bank or online account. And we want to get you going! Since we offer free support even for users in demo mode, we encourage people to bring their questions to us. 

 

What's your favorite Mac app out there from another developer? Why? 

 

There are so many great apps, it's not possible to pick a favorite. As a developer, I'm really enthusiastic about OS X, but that doesn't count. and for instance, I'm pretty into photography, but I wouldn't say I like PhotoShop or Aperture or iPhoto best. They all do different things, and do them really well, though I don't think any of them are perfect either. Right now there's a lot of excitement around iPhone apps and the iPad, and it's easy to understand why. The mobility and simplicity of the iOS platform is fantastic. But there's still a crucial role for more demanding tools, like PhotoShop, or even iBank and iBiz, so I'm certainly not giving up on the desktop either. 

 

What features would you like to add to your product that at this time seem improbable/impossible? 

 

Some of the things people have been asking for in iBank, like synching budgets and Direct Access Data with iBank for the iPad, are right around the corner. We're working on whole foods pittsburgh jobs long delayed features that users will be pretty excited about, but that's a function of resources as well. 

 

Of all the feature requests we hear, the biggest is probably bill-pay. It was something people were used to in Quicken, and now that Quicken Essentials has eliminated that functionality, it creates an opportunity for iBank to capture customers for whom bill-pay is a dealmaker. Having said that, adding bill-pay is a huge undertaking. It involves a lot of back-end, third-party stuff that adds costs, complexity and potentially, security issues. For the end-user, it probably means that gaining access to bill-pay will entail monthly charges. We've also seen a mini-trend of banks disallowing bill-pay that originates from third-party apps like Quicken - some institutions have concluded that the most secure method for paying bills is for account holders to do so from within their own accounts. 

 

So there are definitely some hurdles. We're still weighing the extent to which iBank better serves customers by including bill-pay functionality, or the extent to which customers can live without it. For instance, you can already access your accounts via iBank's built-in browser, pay your bills without leaving the app or incurring extra charges, and then reconcile the payment when you next download the transaction period including that charge. But for some customers, that's not how they want it to work. 

 

Over the long run adding bill pay feels inevitable. We're pretty responsive to users, and certainly, there are enough users calling for it. Again, it will take up development resources and time, so it's neither impossible nor improbable - just a matter of making it a priority.

 

Thanks Ian! 

About IGG

Who we are

 

We're a lot like you. We're Mac users. We like to go outside on sunny days. We have kids and mortgages and dogs. We are real people who happen to make software. It's creative, it's fun, and it can be really, really hard. Some days we feel pretty smart, but we never have all the answers. And when everything goes right, we get to help people like ourselves live a little bit better. That feels pretty good.

 

What we do

 

We write applications for Macs and Apple mobile devices. We love our gadgets, but we love our families even more. So we try to help folks like us manage our paychecks and our bills and our future. We also spend more malco fort smith arkansas showtimes than anything else here doing something important: communicating with our users. That means solving your problems, listening to your comments, learning new things or hearing great ideas. It also means we develop our apps in a kind of partnership with you: people who buy them, use them, depend on them, and sometimes, even love them.

 

Where we work

 

IGG Software, Inc. is a small company based in Putney, Vermont. It was started by Ian G. Gillespie, so his initials became its name. Ian is a real person, too, even if we hardly see him. We work virtually. That means we use everyday tools like email or iChat to communicate among ourselves or with partners and customers, without coming in to an office. Instead, we are spread out around Vermont, across the country, or occasionally even abroad. No commuting cuts our carbon output, which is nice, but it also means we are a happy, motivated bunch. We wake up, plug in, and rock out.

 

 

 


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