iCheckBook
iCheckBook
3b

5.0

iCheckBook free download for Mac

iCheckBook

3b
10 October 2007

Simple checkbook balancing software.

Overview

Note: iCheckBook is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for download.

iCheckBook is a simple checkbook balancing software for the Mac. Please let me know if there are any features you would like added.

What's new in iCheckBook

Version 3b: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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4 iCheckBook Reviews

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Skyhorse
07 September 2007

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Wow, both the name and the basic appearance are almost identical to Checkbook from Splasm, except that Checkbook's got a lot more features (like reconciliation) and multiple accounts. I need those added features and so use Checkbook. I wonder if this one's database will hold up with many thousands of entries over multiple years like Checkbook, too. I don't want to discourage the developer, but this looks to a non-lawyer like it's close enough to another product for a copyright challenge.
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Version .1b
thefuzzytongue
17 November 2012
I'm bad at math and this app isn't. Easy to read and easy to put in transactions. It is exactly what it says, a digital check book that doesn't screw up the math! Simple and easy, made my life a little less complicated, what more do you need?! I do wish it had categories so I could see where I spend my money; like bills, entertainment, food etc.
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Version 3b
SonorousGiraffe
02 September 2011
I was looking for a simple checkbook to record transactions. I don't need all the junk that comes with Quicken. Has a few minor bugs, but nothing major.
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Version .3b
baas97
17 June 2011
I have downloaded this twice and can not get it to function, nor can I find help anywhere on the webpage. I am a new Mac user, but not an idiot, and I am sure I'm missing something. This has all been very frustrating and I just wasted 90 minutes...
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Version .3b
Skyhorse
07 September 2007
Wow, both the name and the basic appearance are almost identical to Checkbook from Splasm, except that Checkbook's got a lot more features (like reconciliation) and multiple accounts. I need those added features and so use Checkbook. I wonder if this one's database will hold up with many thousands of entries over multiple years like Checkbook, too. I don't want to discourage the developer, but this looks to a non-lawyer like it's close enough to another product for a copyright challenge.
Like
Version .1b