Totals
Totals
3.2.5

4.3

Totals free download for Mac

Totals

3.2.5
26 October 2018

Create stylish invoices and more.

Overview

Totals is a full-featured invoice application for SOHO or business users. Designed from scratch for the power and beauty of the Mac OS, it makes life easy for its users.

Totals is a combination of powerful features and a simple user interface. Every single step, every single process is well thought-out. One window for each database--create invoices, estimates, catalogs, and items; add clients and suppliers; even design layouts--all in one window.

What's new in Totals

Version 3.2.5:
  • This update addresses Mojave compatibility
  • Support for dark mode will come in a future update

Requirements for Totals

  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later

31 Totals Reviews

See all

Rate this app:

gryphonent
18 October 2014

Most helpful

Totals 2 was $39.99 and Totals 3 is a whopping $74? For an upgrade? If you’re to buy a new license it’s actually $129? Granted, Totals 3 is a big step from Totals 2, but at that price I’m looking for an alternative. Sorry. The changes are OK, but that price jump isn’t justified. Not at all.
Like (9)
Version 2.2.11
Reinin
09 January 2019
Best app for invoices in a small business. Easy but mighty in function - we don't use everything possible. Support is a problem since almost a year - would b a pity if such a gem on Mac OS disappears! Willing to pay for updates or support to keep it alive. Keep up coding!
Like (1)
Version 3.2.5
mzulgis
05 January 2019
Love this app, been using it for a couple of years now. However a little worried that all their websites are offline. Does anyone know whats happening with it and if it's been discontinued?
Like
Version 3.2.5
2 answer(s)
iurii
iurii
05 January 2019
Hi, we uploaded the latest version (3.2.5 ) onto our server. Site was alive till November of 2018
Like (1)
mzulgis
mzulgis
06 January 2019
Site is back up and running!
Like
spinko
04 October 2018
Please Ayaz @ kedisoft, if you are reading this, please give us an update on the status of Totals 3. Is there a new version in the pipeline or is it EOF and I can move on ? Thanks.
Like (1)
Version 3.2.4
1 answer(s)
gryphonent
gryphonent
14 January 2019
I think Totals is dead. Development has been rather sketchy and bugs haven't been addressed in years. I reckon it's best to move on. Playing with Grand Total and Bill 2 as well as Moon Invoice at the moment.
Like
Two updates in the last few days. It's alive again!
Like (1)
Version 3.2.0
cpknight
08 January 2018
This isn't a review, just a couple comments. As of January 8th, 2018 Kedisoft.com is down. The promised update for Totals never showed up, the majority of bugs that were reported early on in release 3 were never fixed. I purchased 9/21/15 at version 3.1. It had two updates till now that I now of. I currently am on version 3.1.5 and have been since some time before 10/30/17. It does work on High Sierra but I do think there is a memory leak in the app as whenever I have it open for any length of time apps become less responsive. Oddly nothing shows up in Activity Monitor to suggest it is a problem app but after several years of using it I know that when I open it, if I have it open for several hours, my computer becomes less responsive which is really noticeable when changing desktops and Safari tabs. When the app is closed, my system returns to normal. In the several years I had the app, I never received a reply from Kedisoft to emails and gave up early on trying to get support. As others have commented, support was/is non-existent; and now so is the site. Personally, I had purchased this app to get away from Filemaker, which due to constantly changing OS X no longer worked and the required paid upgrade to get to Filemaker to work again was more than the cost of Totals and I was tired of the hassle and cost of FileMaker and thought a simple solution like Totals would be the ticket. It is one of the few apps that supported inventory at this price range along with customizable invoices. When it worked, it worked fine enough but was aways "weak" compared to my Filemaker solution. Anyway, I would recommend looking elsewhere for an invoicing app as this one is currently dead.
Like (1)
Version 3.1.5
2 answer(s)
Funjoy
Funjoy
31 March 2018
Just checked and the website is up again. I don't use the app (I got it as part of a bundle in 2013 but I don't need an invoice-creator) so I can't comment on the memory issue...
Like (1)
cpknight
cpknight
13 April 2018
As Funjoy commented, the website is back up (checked today, Apr 13, 2018). Yay! I had stopped checking so Funjoy's comment had me go looking. And as Rasputinsrevengereloadet commented the app has been updated. The developer even appologized for the long delay in the comments on one of the updates. This, for me, is really good news as I had yet to find a replacement. I hope the developer updates the app to fix some of the oddities in the way Totals does some things as well as expand its functionality and flexibility for different workflows.

I have not used the update yet, only just installed it, so I can't comment yet on if the memory issues remain. The update comments do mention fixes for High Sierra but don't elaborate much on what the fixes are. My opinion on the support has not changed though. To date I still have never received a reply to a support request.

So, for now, I retract my recommendation to stay away from this app. Take a look at what it does and if its significant price tag is justifiable for you for its feature set and the strong possibility of poor to non-existant support.
Like
mzulgis
22 November 2017
Software could use more detailed manual, existing leaves a lot to be desired and it's not available in pdf format either. Total lack of a blog and forum is also worrying for a software aimed at business users. Finally (and this is most worrying) non-existent support; sent them two questions via email on 17 November and today, 22 November still awaiting a reply.
Like
Version 3.1.5
2 answer(s)
Michael-Vilain
Michael-Vilain
27 November 2017
Yes, their support is non-existent. i recall paying less for V2 but at this cost, I expect 24-48 contact 24x7x365. They aren't thinking "people use this for business". Unfortunately, this is the only app I've found that lets me lay out my invoices with details and a back end database unless I want to develop my own from Filemaker Pro or a web-based app. Not worth my time, so I'm using this app.
Like (1)
mzulgis
mzulgis
28 November 2017
This is a pity as Totals is a really nice bit of software. That said, I get far better support on a €5 software on my phone than Totals, still no sign of a reply from them to my queries and I don't expect one. Shame on them because at $129 this is not cheap.
Like
robfol
12 October 2017
Good news from the developer " In fact, we are planning a major release in a few months."
Like (1)
Version 3.1.5
spinko
01 June 2016
Works well if you bill time based on (design) projects where a project is a collection of items and is linked to a client. Unfortunately, I get the feeling that the dev has moved on to other stuff judging by the support site.
Like (1)
Version 3.1.2
2 answer(s)
halomode
halomode
10 June 2016
I really hope the dev hasn't moved on. After trying many invoicing applications over the years, Totals has been the one I've stayed with. I love it. But yeah, I do get the feeling support has stopped. :-(
Like (1)
robfol
robfol
12 October 2017
Just got this " In fact, we are planning a major release in a few months"
Like (1)
I'm using Totals since it's beginnings and was always happy with it. With Totals 3 nearly all my additional wishes came true. The developers are still very open to new ideas and the support is still incredibly fast! I think I'll stick a long time with Totals.
Like (4)
Version 3.0.2
gryphonent
18 October 2014
Totals 2 was $39.99 and Totals 3 is a whopping $74? For an upgrade? If you’re to buy a new license it’s actually $129? Granted, Totals 3 is a big step from Totals 2, but at that price I’m looking for an alternative. Sorry. The changes are OK, but that price jump isn’t justified. Not at all.
Like (9)
Version 2.2.11
4 answer(s)
Rasputinsrevengereloadet
Rasputinsrevengereloadet
20 October 2014
In compare to big corporation software, the price is still a joke!
Like (2)
gryphonent
gryphonent
29 December 2014
Big corporations like Apple? Aperture, an app from the pro line, is USD 80. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are USD 20 a pop. Microsoft Office 365, a software suite from another big corporation, is USD 60 per year for the personal edition. Not sure about your math here.
Like (2)
Michael-Vilain
Michael-Vilain
04 January 2015
Yeah, I made that decision as well. I'm all for paying developers for doing a good job, but there's a point where "enough is enough". The upgrade fee is to much. i have no sympathy if they pull the "I have a family to feed" card. They're in the wrong business if they think they'll make a living selling Mac software.
Like (4)
albertop9
albertop9
01 October 2015
Apparently you can GET IT NOW FOR $39 (alongside 9 other apps, some of them highly rated!) - here:
https://creatable.co/mac/the-mac-pick-a-bundle#!
Like
$129.00

4.3

Category: 
Developer Website: 
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 27,896 times