Cashcow
Cashcow
1.2.1

4.0

Cashcow free download for Mac

Cashcow

1.2.1
14 May 2008

Personal finance app with budgeting focus.

Overview

Cashcow is a personal finance application that is aimed squarely at the budgeting niche. There are plenty of software packages on the market today but they try to manage every aspect of your finances. Cashcow focuses on managing a budget and tracking your spending and as a result it's much simpler and useful for those who just want to manage their spending.

Cashcow is designed to be simple to use by avoiding accounting concepts and tedious tasks such as reconciling transactions. This means you spend only a little time and effort to keep your records up to date. Cashcow is ideal for those who need to get their spending under control or those who want to save a few extra dollars.

Other features include:

  • Importing and exporting to QIF and CSV
  • Powerful search capabilities
  • Localized dates
  • Clearly written documentation and video tutorials

What's new in Cashcow

Version 1.2.1:
  • Fixed budget category list so you can double click to edit in Leopard
  • Changed the way monthly budget duration works so it's more general. Now it no longer falls on month start and end boundaries but is continuous.

Requirements for Cashcow

  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later

7 Cashcow Reviews

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Roth
24 October 2007

Most helpful

Be very wary of this program. It is for sale, yet they are using "free" icons that are licensed under "GNU". Specifically, the one used for "Spending" which is from the "Crystal SVG" icon set. Basically, this outfit is in violation of law, and if since they are attempting to generate revenue while using already licensed work. Tsk tsk tsk...
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Version 1.0
Joi
19 April 2008
Is this better than MoneyWell? http://nothirst.com/moneywell/
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Version 1.2
1 answer(s)
Pimpovich
Pimpovich
21 April 2008
Way better than Moneywell! Moneywell sucks and doesn't even come close to Cashcow. Cashcow is as powerful as Microsoft Money, but with a Mac interface. I would buy it ASAP if I were you.
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Version 1.2
J-johnson
14 November 2007
Nice app, definitely 5 Stars! Possibly a "Quicken Killer".
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Version 1.0.2
Pimpovich
12 November 2007
Hands down the best financial application in the free to $20 range. Still in demo mode, but I plan on purchasing a license soon. This program is that good!
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Version 1.0.2
Mac-fan
10 November 2007
Very simple and easy to use with a nice interface to go along. Highly recommended. Well worth the price.
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Version 1.0.2
Roth
28 October 2007
After seeing the price go from $60 to $40, and now $20, I decided to try it out. My thoughts... a waste of time and money. If we could sue people for wasting our time, this developer would qualify. It claims to import... not. Easy to use... no way. Intuitive... not even close. Worth $20... hardly. If you think so, then I have some car exhaust in a bottle marked "Fresh Air" to sell you for not $20... but $19.95.
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Version 1.0
Roth
24 October 2007
Be very wary of this program. It is for sale, yet they are using "free" icons that are licensed under "GNU". Specifically, the one used for "Spending" which is from the "Crystal SVG" icon set. Basically, this outfit is in violation of law, and if since they are attempting to generate revenue while using already licensed work. Tsk tsk tsk...
Like (1)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Bao
Bao
25 October 2007
Hi Roth, All of the icons used in Cashcow are from the Crystal set (from www.everaldo.com) which I think is a fantastic set of icons. The Crystal icons are licensed under the LGPL (http://www.everaldo.com/crystal/?action=license) which has provisions for linking them to commercial products. If you right click on Cashcow and click on the Show Package Contents you will find the icons are readily accessible and haven't been obscured inside any executables. Thanks. Bao
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Version 1.0
Arobulack
24 October 2007
50 bucks for a simple app like this from a company called "Ratface"? You've gotta be kidding, people. The company's web page even features a ridiculous spelling error in a massive typeface (it's "budgeting", not "budgetting") which speaks volumes about their attention to detail. At best, this app is worth $15, and they definitely needs a more respectful company name-tag.
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Version 1.0
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