Money Pro
Money Pro
2.2.3

3.1

Money Pro free download for Mac

Money Pro

2.2.3
12 September 2019

Manage money like a pro.

Overview

Money Pro is the next generation of Money app (over 2 million downloads worldwide).

Money Pro is the one place for bill planning, budgeting and keeping track of your accounts. Easy sync with iPhone/iPad versions. Money Pro works great for home budgeting and even for business use.

Features:
  • Calendar
  • Today view
  • Bills due notifications
  • Budgets
  • Budget rollover
  • Checkbook register
  • Account reconciliation
  • Import of bank statements
  • Split transactions
  • Calculator and currency converter
  • Search
  • Detailed reports
  • Lots of options for customization
  • iCloud
  • Multiple profiles
  • Data export
  • Notification Center widget

What's new in Money Pro

Version 2.2.3:
  • New report “Planned transactions”
  • Fixed various crash issues
  • Improved performance

7 Money Pro Reviews

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Big Johnson
14 February 2017

Most helpful

Don't expect any support from this developer, they'll just instruct you to post in their forum and wait for other users to respond.
Good luck with that - there's nearly 800 threads for this app in the past 16 months. I might accept that from a $5 app, but not when I'm paying thirty bucks!

Within 10 minutes of opening this app for the first time, I found a missing function related to income.
Then I quickly discovered more missing and/or confusing functions.

So I emailed the dev. about my findings. If you think they were thankful or even a bit concerned, you couldn't be more wrong.
"Their only comment was "You can share your ideas on our Forum. We review and implement the most valuable and in-demand features submitted by our users."

I managed to figure out how to import my bank statement (the instructions are vague and erroneous).
After doing so you're asked to assign a category for each column of data. That's when I discovered there's no category for "balance."
How do you release a financial app without a balance column?!

Other apps I've used automatically adjust for payments that fall on weekends or holidays. Not this one!
Even though it was requested in the forum in Sept. 2015.
Evidently that, like most other requests, weren't "in-demand" enough to include in an update.
I mean really - how often are weekends and holidays gonna roll around anyway?

I was hoping I'd simply overlooked some things and could get some assistance.
Hard to believe that a missing balance header hasn't been reported previously and then deemed valuable enough for inclusion.
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Version 1.8
Ihab-Afia
04 July 2018
It's a great application, but I wish it does sync to Dropbox so that the Android app does sync with the iPhone and my Mac. Syncing in iCloud does make the Apple products Synced but not the Android mobiles. Unfortunately, I stopped using it for that reason.
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Version 1.9.7
Vojtin
23 March 2018
simple, it works
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Version 1.8.13
Big Johnson
14 February 2017
Don't expect any support from this developer, they'll just instruct you to post in their forum and wait for other users to respond.
Good luck with that - there's nearly 800 threads for this app in the past 16 months. I might accept that from a $5 app, but not when I'm paying thirty bucks!

Within 10 minutes of opening this app for the first time, I found a missing function related to income.
Then I quickly discovered more missing and/or confusing functions.

So I emailed the dev. about my findings. If you think they were thankful or even a bit concerned, you couldn't be more wrong.
"Their only comment was "You can share your ideas on our Forum. We review and implement the most valuable and in-demand features submitted by our users."

I managed to figure out how to import my bank statement (the instructions are vague and erroneous).
After doing so you're asked to assign a category for each column of data. That's when I discovered there's no category for "balance."
How do you release a financial app without a balance column?!

Other apps I've used automatically adjust for payments that fall on weekends or holidays. Not this one!
Even though it was requested in the forum in Sept. 2015.
Evidently that, like most other requests, weren't "in-demand" enough to include in an update.
I mean really - how often are weekends and holidays gonna roll around anyway?

I was hoping I'd simply overlooked some things and could get some assistance.
Hard to believe that a missing balance header hasn't been reported previously and then deemed valuable enough for inclusion.
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Version 1.8
1 answer(s)
iBear LLC
iBear LLC
17 February 2017
Dear user,
Please except our apologies if the tone of our reply appeared indifferent and we hurt your feelings in any way. We value every feedback received from our users and try to do all we can to make the app better. However, there are thousands of people using Money Pro and it seems impossible to implement every request addressed to us as a developer.

As you correctly noticed we have a large number of ideas posted on the forum. Many of them are given by those who have been using our app for a long time and who have come up with improvements to the existing features. Sometimes the differences between ideas are very small, but because all the details matter, we do not merge those ideas. Due to this fact and also due to the large community of the users the number of ideas is big. But absolutely every suggestion sent to us has been looked into and considered for possible implementation. The history of updates shows that we add to the app on a regular basis.

Concerning the other issues you mentioned:
The Balance category is missing because we found it unnecessary for the import procedure. The app calculates the balance of each account after the import. The calculation is based on the sums of imported transactions and on the account balance before the import. None of the users have expressed a desire to have a “balance” column. Could you please explain why you would require one?

We agree with you that the import guide could be more detailed. Each bank has its own export form, that’s why sometimes difficulties can arise. But we’ll try to give better instructions on that.

The guide refers to multiple platforms – "Open In" is the name used for the "Open With" feature on iOS devices.

Unfortunately we have no plans in the nearest future for adding a feature that would allow adjustment for payments that fall on weekends. At the moment we are working on other, more relevant features.
We sincerely hope that could clarify the issues you addressed.

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D9
07 February 2017
To address this Developer's request for direct reviews, I can state that I used Money Pro for last 6 months of 2016 in tandem with Quicken for Mac. So I feel I have some real life experience with it.

Money Pro is a very responsive application that is quite stable, has a very polished UI/UX, and accomplishes some common tasks with ease such as budget management and reporting. Add to this an iOS app that, IMHO, is the best integrated banking app for iPhones...the ease of using it and entering transactions puts Quicken's years-old solution to shame.

But I have one caveat and it's a big one for me. As someone who has 2 checking accounts, 3 savings ones, 3 credit cards, and numerous college, retirement, and investment funds plus I share these with another person (wife), Money Pro's lack of automatic banking retrieval and to a lesser extent bill pay, makes the daily use of this application nearly impossible. The time spent entering transactions and/or reconciling with the banks is prohibitive.

Get this feature, and I truly believe Money Pro will be my de facto banking application...otherwise, I don't have the time to invest in it.
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Version 1.8
jerry-turi
06 February 2017
I'm very much interested in this app. Please consider posting a trial.
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Version 1.8
1 answer(s)
Money Pro
Money Pro
07 February 2017
There is a free iOS version of Money Pro (Money Pro Free) with limited functionality on the App Store. You are welcome to try it on your iOS devices.
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Filou53
31 December 2016
No CSV import ! Only ofx :-( and no trial version :-( it's not for me...
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Version 1.7.9
2 answer(s)
Money Pro
Money Pro
07 February 2017
Hi! The app supports import of both OFX and CSV files.
Also, there is a free iOS version of the app if you’d like to try it out before buying.
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Filou53
Filou53
07 February 2017
@ Developer
Thanks for your comments.
Nice for the csv import !
But sorry, a test of an IOS (limited version) is not enough for me to adopt a daily Mac application ;-(
I agree with Jerry-Turi: please, consider posting a trial version.
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Jimw
20 December 2016
While the product looks reasonably functional for simple home finance (Only looked at the guide) it lacks a lot of features that I find essential for a complete home finance program. Features are showstoppers for me that were not mentioned in the guide include no direct downloads from financial institutions (import only), no bill pay from within the program, and no provision for handling investments. I find these features to be essential for the serious head of household money management product. I have yet to find such a product for the Mac that does it all, that is stable, handles starting a new year, at a reasonable and fair price. The only one that seems to come close is Quicken but at over $200 a year for the full package and reported stability issues, it currently is not worth my consideration at the present time. I am currently using MoneyDance but looking for a replacement as it is virtually impossible to start a new year unless you do it from scratch, and in a few years my file size has reached a point that is having significant impact on performance.
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Version 1.7.8
5 answer(s)
D9
D9
22 December 2016
I agree with your assessment of this app and Quicken. Quicken's mobile app however, is atrocious and barely gets the minimal job done for expense entry, which I need and use on a daily basis.

SEE Finance gets some love but the lack of bill pay and mobile apps are showstoppers for me. Another is Moneydance which looks most like Quicken, has mobile apps, and gets some love too...but I've yet to try it out to know.

For all the complaints from Mac users for over 20 years about Quicken, I don't know which is more surprising...that Intuit/Quicken never got substantially better, or that no other company could develop a worthy alternative!
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Jimw
Jimw
22 December 2016
D9. Nice summary. Quicken 7 was pretty good, if it weren't for the file corruption that regularly occurred. One package of had it all together for its tme was Dollars and $ense. I forget if it was on a Mac or an Apple, but it had it all together aside from Bill pay, which didn't exist at the time. It was solid, easy to use, and had good reports. Unfortunately it is long gone. Money dance has an inconsistent interface, and you can't start a new year from an existing file. This means your entire history is open all the time, and as the file gets larger it slows down. Also it's reports are not anything to write home about. It's what I'm using now, and because of the file size issue, and inability to start a new year,is why am looking for a replacement. It also memorizes input, but if you've made a mistake, you can't remove something it's memorized, and you're stuck with it for as long as you use the program. However like you, I have yet to find a suitable replacement.
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Jimw
Jimw
14 January 2017
After careful reviews and consideration, along with ~15 days of working with it, Banktivity seems to be the product I have decide to migrate to as I no longer can put up with a 650MB file that cannot be used to start a new year or archive its transactions to reduce its size which takes around 20 min or more to backup to the cloud using U-Verse each time In use it.. Overall I am very happy with my choice but this is not the proper forum to describe why. However their is more info about why on the Moneydance page and I will be reviewing Banktivity on its page when I have more experience with it.
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Money Pro
Money Pro
07 February 2017
Well, guys, aren’t you straying from the topic of Money Pro too much? Without having used the app yourself you are giving all those long descriptions of other apps out there? And on our page?
Everyone chooses what is suitable precisely for him. There is no argument about that. But because something works for you does not automatically means it’ll work for everybody else. As an example, Quicken hasn’t less negative reviews than our app does. Moreover, there are even those who switched from Quicken to Money Pro. When you look into the matter deeply you’ll discover that people have serious complaints about Quicken’s handling budgets, bill reminders, transfers between accounts of different currencies, and even (what seems to be its biggest advantage!) there are complaints about syncing issues with the needed bank. So, we wouldn’t be so confident that presence of certain features in an application guarantees 100% satisfaction with the product. People often fall into a habit of demanding more and more while the best thing may turn out to be the enemy of the good one. We don’t really feel like discussing other apps on our page but after all the comments we had nothing to do but respond.
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D9
D9
07 February 2017
I can appreciate your point, Developer. So I'll give my feedback on using this application (including the iOS app).
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