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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by howard, Jun 29, 2004.
what money managing applications do you use?
how are these:
know of others?
I use a tiny piece of freeware that has run on my Palm since about 1998 (yes, my requirements aren't as extensive as most users'). And if I didn't use that, I'd probably try GnuCash, which runs under Gnome on Linux but may have been ported to MacOS X by now.
That said, the people I've heard from who use MoneyDance on the Mac all seem to love it. I think there is a Mac version of Quicken, too. If GnuCash doesn't run on the Mac, I'd have to think hard about MoneyDance, because I use my Mac more than my Linux box.
But for me, it's just too handy having it all in my pocket.
Budget, works good and improves almost monthly. It would be fun to work with them. It sure is fun to watch it improve.
We've just started using Checkbook
It seems to do a simple job nicely, it's pretty cheap as well.
I have Budget http://www.snowmintcs.com/ , and checkbook. Budget is great for...Budgeting. And checkbook is great for balancing that checkbook. I wish they could get together and make a single app. That would rock.