Banktivity
Banktivity
7.4.2

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Banktivity free download for Mac

Banktivity

7.4.2
17 December 2019

Intuitive personal finance manager; widget available (was iBank).

Overview

Banktivity (was iBank) is a new standard for Mac money management. With its intuitive user interface and a full set of money-management features, Banktivity is the most complete software available for Mac personal finance. It 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 Banktivity, it's simple to split, schedule or categorize transactions. With a couple of clicks, you'll be able to create powerful, dynamic reports using Banktivity's flexible templates (Income and Expense, Net Worth, Forecast, and more). And Banktivity's new envelope budgeting feature helps tailor your spending while building savings.

What's new in Banktivity

Version 7.4.2:
Fixed:
  • Addressed an issue where manually entered transactions could temporarily disappear (really fixed this time, we think)
  • Fixed a moderately rare crasher that got introduced with 7.4
  • Fixed a couple of Core Data thread violation bugs
  • Fixed a rare crash when refreshing the securities view

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Odysseus
14 August 2019

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Do yourselves a favor and get SEE Finance 2. It's very well-supported, works well, and upgrade fees are quite rare (only when they went from version 1 to version 2, which is a complete rewrite). I'm curious to see how US-centric non-US customers find it. It's definitely extremely customizable.
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Version 7.3
nealmathisen
17 February 2020
I had to update to Banktivity 7 be cause of MacOS update. Does not import transactions, have to manually save any new data entered into the register which I never had to do before. I don't trust this software to keep my finances, moving on. A definite waste of the cost to upgrade.
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Version 7.4.2
ronmox
24 January 2020
This is perhaps the worse piece of software I have ever used. I used Quicken for nearly 15 years before migrating to Banktivity 6 then version 7. (1) Most transactions do not migrate properly, (2) several investment institutions migrate but all purchases are always zero, (3) sometimes it assigns transactions to vendors automatically, and even their tech support could not bypass this, the only being to stop automatic download, which defeats the purpose of the software, (4) very buggy... even with multiple assignments, it always automatically chooses "medical expense" for my grocery store that does not even have a pharmacy. ...I can go on and on...avoid it..
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Version 7.4.2
wcrowden67
14 January 2020
Banktivity's support is the absolute worst worst. You can not call them its either chat or unresponsive email requests.
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Version 7.4.2
rcbecker1941
18 December 2019
Have used iBank for about 5 years mostly ok. Bought a new iMac Catalina, managed to import the data into Banktivity 7, then added about a month's bank data into the 7 version. If i turn off my computer all recent data is lost or all the old data needs to be reentered as if starting new. Sent an email to help 18 days ago, No response. I' m going to Quicken Nothing can be as bad as this.
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Version 7.4.2
Rjmorita
17 December 2019
The tech support sucks, but I've been generally happy with the app so far. I really like the interface.
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Version 7.4.2
Gilles9
17 December 2019
Banktivity cannot download security prices for Canadian stocks ( TSE .to) It used to now they stopped providing this another regression since the launch of Version 7. Instead of fixing they withdraw options they advertised
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Version 7.4.2
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Gilles9
Gilles9
23 December 2019
it was fixed, now it downloads security prices from Canadian stock exchanges but still not Dividend yield
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Version 7.4.2
craigmcelvain
16 December 2019
impossible to get out of the free trial
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Version 7.4.1
livinsales
11 December 2019
I paid for iBank 4, their predecessor software, which I've used (and experienced as a lukewarm app for most of that time) for about 7 years. I have a decade of data in the database. I recently purchased Banktivity 7 and it will not upgrade database from iBank 4 (the apps own predecessor, mind you) to Banktivity 7. So, I have 10 years of info I cannot use. I appreciate that apps cannot always be backward compatible. However, financial software is unique. Owners of previous versions will, more than new customers, have vital data they need to bring forward with them on any new version. Yet they have mechanism for updating this critical data for use with a new version of their own app. It isn't as if I'm expecting them to import all the data from another application. Just their own damned app. I emailed IGG support several times and after multiple days and multiple emails finally got a response. The response was to give me a registration code and instructions on how to enter it. What?!?! Not at all what I asked about. I restated the issue and now three business days later, no response. Abysmal service. I strongly encourage those considering financial software to look elsewhere.
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Version 7.4.1
brockface
21 November 2019
No support whatsoever. I paid for Bankivity 7. It worked for one day then began downloading duplicate entries from my bank. I deleted the entries and they reappear. All the data is useless. There is no phone Bankivity tech support. It is a web chat. After 30 minutes waiting to connect the tech support person told me that a ticket was created and I would receive an Email from a different tech support. That was two weeks ago and I have not received a reply. One week ago I asked for a refund (email only). No reply. This product does not work. This product has no technical support. You will not be able to recover the product cost. Brock Fisher San Diego
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Version 7.4.1
Stephen-Hamilton
13 September 2019
I've used this for years because I liked the UI and loved the direct access allowing auto download of transactions from all my Bank Account (UK ones). I fired it up yesterday to check my finances and direct access has now stopped working for all my Bank Accounts!!! There is a message saying this is a result of the new Open Banking regulations, they are looking into it, but can't guarantee they will be able to resolve it! What a farce - these new regulations haven't been introduced overnight - how have they not prepared for this. And no mention of refunds for people that have paid a yearly fee for this service. Utterly disgraceful. I took a quick look at Quicken 2019 last night - seems cheaper than Banktivity and has free direct access to download bank transactions. Anyone got any opinions on how well this works in Quicken?
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Version 7.3.1
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D9
D9
12 November 2019
Yes, if you had asked this 3 years ago, I would have said Banktivity with all its warts is better than Quicken, especially the mobile app. But Quicken has improved greatly during this time and I would have to say it's one of the best Mac-based financial software out there. Their mobile offering now has a much better UI and syncs much more reliably with the Mac version. If you don't mind paying a yearly subscription, then Quicken is a good option...definitely better than Banktivity these days. Personally, I use (and have been for almost 2 years) SEE Finance. A little rougher on the edges than Quicken but incredibly close in features after a tenth the development time. And it (currently) is a pay once application on Mac. iOS app is pretty robust too and can download online transactions by itself...which makes it a nice, self-sufficient solution on an iPad. Overall, I don't like Banktivity and the development path it's taken (since iBank). Quicken and SEE Finance are much better options, in my opinion.
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Version 7.4