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macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 18, 2012
Hello everyone,

We'd like to announce the the availability of a new app, StateOfCash, the tool which helps you manage your personal finances and build your financial self-discipline. StateOfCash is available on the App Store for iPad devices.

We believe that proper personal finance management is based on four pillars in order to have a healthy financial state:

•Cashflow – The daily record of all the income and expenses in a categorized form
•Planning – Setting up a budget and sticking to it is probably the most difficult part but it is also a cornerstone in having a healthy relation with money
•Financial health – the balance between the income and expenses and actives vs. passives shows you how well you can survive troubled times when the unexpected happens (and the unexpected tends to happen pretty much all the time). These values are the green lights confirming your actions towards a more rational finance situation or first red lights that something is not well.
•Analysis – This final pillar allows you to detect problem areas where expenses are high or determine trends which will later help you to better manage the money flow.

In StateOfCash we are bringing the four pillars together in order to offer you the tool to assist you on all levels of finance management in a clean and easy to use way. We hope you will enjoy using it to keep tabs on your own finances as much as we enjoy building it.

You can visit our website to find out more about StateOfCash or you can talk to us directly on Twitter, Facebook and Google+. We will happily address all your questions or suggestions and look forward to your valuable feedback.

* Repetitive(recurrent) expenses/income;
* Data backup and restore;
* Password protection;
* Multiple accounts;
* Add, remove or edit your accounts;
* Split categories;
* Add and categorize income/expenses;
* Transfer money from one account to another;
* Edit or delete categories;
* Add income/expenses on dates different than the current one;
* Move income/expenses in different accounts;
* Edit or delete income/expenses;
* Set monthly budgets;
* Financial Health wizard;
* Financial Health evolution charts;
* Expense vs. income, expenses per category, planning trends and category trends graphs;
* Convenient display of the expense list when vieweing the expense per category graph.

Thank you.


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macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 18, 2012
Holiday giveaway


We have a holiday giveaway so make sure you check the giveaway thread on the Code Sharing and Sofware Promos section of this form.

We have 20 codes to give, all we need is a reply on that giveaway thread with your email and you get a free copy of StateOfCash the tool that makes personal finance management easy as pie.

Happy Holidays everyone!


macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 18, 2012
Hello and Happy New Year!

The beginning of 2013 makes way to a new update to StateOfCash. In this new release we bring:
  • data export to PDF, CSV or Quicken QIF
  • export data backups to email
  • usability enhancements to accounts, financial health and charts

We hope you'll enjoy this release and, as always, should you have any questions or suggestions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us.
We have many more plans for future and we also hope you'll chip in and let us know what great capabilities you want to see in StateOfCash.



macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 18, 2012
Hey, we just released a new version fixing some issues and making the report charts scrollable for large volumes of data.
Check out the release post on our website.

Hope you'll have a great weekend!
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