iCash
iCash
7.7.1

3.4

iCash free download for Mac

iCash

7.7.1
17 December 2018

Personal finance tracker.

Overview

iCash is intended to help you control your personal finances, keeping track of incomes, expenses, credits, debts, and bank transactions for you. As simple as creating the accounts you need and moving money between them! You don't even need to know about accounting or even care about it! Your finances depend largely on good organization that lets you know where your money comes from and where it goes.

What's new in iCash

Version 7.7.1:
  • Overview panel has been redesigned. It now displays chart and summary information.
  • The chart panel now support 3D pie charts.
  • The 'Overview' panel has been renamed. It is now labeled 'Accounts'.
  • All chart system has been redesigned to support Hi-Dpi.
New:
  • Last 12 months', 2, 3, 5 and 10 years chart periods.
  • About the app' box tool menu entry to Get license info, Register and Unregister.
  • About the app' box tool menu entry to see the User License Agreement.
  • About the app' box tool menu entry to Reset the app settings to factory default.
  • About the app' box tool menu entry to Copy the current serial.
  • About the app' box tool menu entry to Renew the Update Plan.
Fix:
  • Interface flickering has been fixed on the MS Windows version.
  • Comment auto-completion failing in given occasions.
  • Crash when quitting the application while entering a transaction.
  • Chart data entries unchecked by error for given periods.
  • Transaction debit and credit account information display issue on Windows.

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10 iCash Reviews

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Anonymous
31 May 2005

Most helpful

failed to mount for install
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Version 2.3.3
mac2204
21 April 2018
Not happy with it, waste of money. Bought something else that works!
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Version 7.6.5
RogerKatz
03 April 2018
The Download here, as well as at the Developers site, is version 7.6.3 - NOT version 7.6.4
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Version 7.6.4
Anonymous
31 May 2005
failed to mount for install
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Version 2.3.3
1 answer(s)
Gobra
Gobra
12 January 2010
I assume the image wasn't downloaded properly, it's quite often situation. I believe it is not developer fault and you should simply re-download the package again..
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Version 6.1
Anonymous
19 May 2005
I bought iCash some time ago and use it ever since for my private account. It´s easy to use - I didn´t even read the small manual, but was nonetheless able to set up my accounts needed and do transactions and analysis. This is mostly because the interface is clear and easy understandable. You don´t need special accounting knowledge, because of the single-entry accounting, but a bit knowledge may be useful in some nitty gritty seldom used transactions. Changing and replacing transactions can be done easily, though, and allows you quick try-and-error in case you need it. I especially like the statistic-feature to get informed about how much I really spend for special hobbies of mine (and where to cut expenses therefore...). The possibility to group several transactions taking place in more than one account into one, or to split up one transaction taking place in one account into several goods also comes in handy, as it allows you a reflection of your everyday transactions, which may not always be so simple as one good - one account. Support is excellent. When installing 10.4 Tiger the statistic-feature didn´t work, but an update with a fix was quickly available, and now it works smoothly again. The only downer is that it´s a bit slow, and needs considerable processor power, but it did work stable so far (4 months) without crashes (working on a G4 iMac). I´d recommend it for private users and small businesses.
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Version 2.3.3
Anonymous
23 February 2005
Try CheckBook I did (and many other money software) Great UI Supports QIF $15
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Version 2.3
Anonymous
05 January 2005
I tried iBank and iCash and seemed drawn toward iCash for its more comprehensive reports and stats. I feel iBank is more based on displaying the balance of your bank account whereas iCash tries to show the bigger picture of income/expenditure. Maybe I'm wrong. I'm a newbie at accounts. But it sure does the job for me.. now I know why I'm always broke. :P
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Version 2.2
saraha62
19 February 2004
This program did not work for me. I spent a lot of time putting all my financial data into the program thinking once I got everything set up things would move quickly. The first time I tried to import my new statement's qif files, the amounts did not come over. The developer was quick to respond to my questions (again, after I fiddled with it for hours and hours on my own). I sent him a sample file from my bank and all I got was '"sorry, these files won't work--there is something wrong with them." I switched to Quicken and spent hours putting all my info in there but had more of the same problem with importing my bank's qif files. I finally found help on-line to learn that my bank's qif files were set up wrong--something about the $ and decilmal point, I think. I was led to try QIF Master to fix and even categorize all the transactions. Worked like a charm! I'm satisfied that I could have saved a lot of time and stuck with icash if the developer had suggested QIF Master. Maybe this will help someone else. I like the bells and whistles of Quicken better anyway. Personal preference. My level of expertise is clear here--novice--but if you are like me, perhaps this will help.
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Version 1.4.3
Anonymous
22 October 2003
The website says: "iCash is versatil and user-friendly. For this reason it doesn't use the principle of double-entry bookkeeping making it much easier to be used by people with very little or no accounting knowledge at all." Aren't there ANY personal finance programs that follow the basic accounting standards? Why do so many finance programs attempt to invent their own way of managing money when the accepted and practiced best way has been proven for over 100 years?
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Version 1.4.1
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 May 2005
Analog Kid: Try GNUcash. It's Unix/X11 based, I'm sure there's a Mac OS X version somewhere (maybe Fink or DarwinPorts). But, it is a true double-entry accounting system.
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Version 2.3.2
Anonymous
14 May 2003
A very good product. I looked at all the alternatives trialling each of them over some weeks. iCash was the most comprehensible and very mature for an early (i.e. v 1.1) release. I am not an accountant and if your like me you'll probably appreciate the ease of use. Only very minor issue (I'm being picky here but I use this a lot so it matters a little after a while) I wish there was a slightly easier way of flicking between dates i.e days are sometimes at the bottom, months at the top. Don't let that put you off
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Version 1.3
Wizzard
18 March 2003
An excellent application. I have used iCash since v1.0 and found some necessary items that were missing. Maxprog has been very good with their support and keeping me up to date on changes to the system. v1.1 added report printing and v1.2 should add QIF support. Otherwise the features, easy of use, and other functions of this application make it a must have low cost personal financial solution. It would also be suitable to small and medium size business.
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Version 1.1