Among the most important changes in the iBank 3.1 upgrade is the ability to preview direct downloads for matching transactions; users are alerted if a duplicate transaction has already been imported to iBank, or advised to proceed when no matching transaction is found.
iBanks internal browser, which allows users to log in to online accounts without leaving the application, has been enhanced with improved page loading and more banks websites available to users.
Further updates in iBank 3.1 include: improved Smart Accounts; improved capital gains reports; improved forecasting; improved importing of OFX files with non-U.S. characters; improved loading of historical prices when multiple securities are selected; and minor improvements to localization and printing transactions, as well as over a dozen other updates, changes and fixes. iBank 3 was announced in January at Macworld 2008.
All new for OS 10.5, iBank 3 offers features such as automatic account downloads, interactive graphs powered by Core Animation, loan management, and syncing capability from an iPhone or iPod Touch. With a rapidly expanding user base and an active community in iBanks online forums, IGG has been responding to customer feedback in a regular series of updates. Of all the things that make iBank successful, says IGGs president, Ian Gillespie, nothing is more important than listening to our users.
iBank customers who purchased a retail copy of version 2 after January 14, 2008, may use their receipts to qualify for a free upgrade to iBank 3. All applications from IGG Software are available as free, downloadable trial versions, and come with a 30-
day money-back guarantee after purchase.