Liquid Ledger
Liquid Ledger
2.4.1

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Liquid Ledger free download for Mac

Liquid Ledger

2.4.1
25 August 2011

Personal finance application.

Overview

Liquid Ledger is the complete money management solution for anyone who wishes to better understand where their money comes from and where it goes. With Liquid Ledger, users can record bank account, credit card, and investment transactions; track income and expenses; design and print checks; manage a household budget; manage foreign currency accounts; generate reports and graphs; and much more.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Track cash, banking, and credit card activity
  • Track investment transactions
  • Track income and expenses
  • Compare income and expenses against a budget
  • Balance a checkbook against a monthly bank statement
  • Print financial reports and graphs
  • Design and print checks
  • Schedule transactions for automated entry
  • Work in multiple currencies
  • Import account activity from financial institutions
  • Export financial data in a variety of formats
  • Automate tasks with AppleScript(TM)

A free 60-day trial licence key can be requested by visiting the Liquid Ledger Web site.

What's new in Liquid Ledger

Version 2.4.1:
  • Fixed a crash when dragging transactions on Mac OS X Lion.
  • Fixed a crash when importing comma-separated values (CSV) files on Mac OS X Lion.
  • Fixed a crash that would sometimes occur when deleting accounts from the sidebar.
  • Fixed the ability to open and automatically upgrade documents saved with Liquid Ledger 1.2.

Requirements for Liquid Ledger

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

23 Liquid Ledger Reviews

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Stevosar
25 August 2011

Most helpful

Unfortunately, I made the mistake of purchasing this application at version 1, in part because of a statement from the author that there would be a free upgrade to version 2. On its release, the author conveniently forgot to honour this and subsequently alienated many users. As if that wasn't bad enough, the software at version 2 has been buggy and unreliable, and support is appaling. The author rarely seemed to respond to questions or requests on the support forum and then subsequently closed it down! I now wouldn't trust my accounts to this app, but it amuses me that it seems to have been resurrected following the release of Lion - no prizes for guessing why! Avoid at all costs!!!
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Version 2.4
rpdm
28 August 2011
Can't use it as it won't import data from version 1.2.1 and I get no replies at all from any of the sales/webmaster/store@modeless.com email addresses. (First email to them was back in May!) Therefore it gets a bad rating because of the bad customer service.
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Version 2.4
Stevosar
25 August 2011
Unfortunately, I made the mistake of purchasing this application at version 1, in part because of a statement from the author that there would be a free upgrade to version 2. On its release, the author conveniently forgot to honour this and subsequently alienated many users. As if that wasn't bad enough, the software at version 2 has been buggy and unreliable, and support is appaling. The author rarely seemed to respond to questions or requests on the support forum and then subsequently closed it down! I now wouldn't trust my accounts to this app, but it amuses me that it seems to have been resurrected following the release of Lion - no prizes for guessing why! Avoid at all costs!!!
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Version 2.4
Endyaust
14 February 2009
This program had promise when I bought it (2006) but has declined in quality and developer support to the point that I can only describe it as being nearly 'Abandonware". Try something else like Moneydance or even the new Moneywell which looks interesting and has very active support at this stage.
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Version 2.3.2
1 answer(s)
Skye
Skye
18 April 2011
Agreed completely. I was an early buyer of the software when it was around $80 and since then it has been nothing but headaches and bugs. The developer "itrat" seems to have deleted the support forums probably because they were all people complaining. There have been no updates to the software in ages and it is extremely buggy and unstable. I have had to switch software, thanks for your suggestions. It looks like a lot more software supports multiple currencies now, which is great (that was the reason I picked Liquid Ledger originally)
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Fishscale
04 February 2009
If you haven't gotten the idea from the descriptions below, do not buy this app! It is extremely over priced. $100 for a ledger? Get an app like Checkbook Pro if you want a ledger. So many financing apps, nobody should have to pay $100 for something that can be done on pen and paper. It's a simple ledger! Can't even function properly as that. Unless dev totally reworks the app, stay far away.
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Version 2.3.2
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Blloyd
Blloyd
31 May 2009
The price looks like $50 to me?
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Version 2.3.3
Yokushnir
02 January 2009
I purchased Liquid Ledger a few months ago and installed it on my MacBook Pro with OS 10.5. The software has been a constant source of frustration. Features described in the built in "help" feature (which is minimal and rudimentary) are not working. For example: entering transactions manually is not working and therefore it is impossible to fill in transactions missing in the datafiles downloaded from the banks. The import function is inconsistent and often fails without diagnostic that may help correct the problem. The manufacture is unresponsive to queries regarding these problems. I feel like I threw my money away with this purchase.
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Version 2.3.1
gryphonent
21 May 2008
This is the most inaccurate accounting app on the planet... unless you stick to only onc currency! Unfortunately, the developer isn't listening to customers who're getting fed up with balance sheets that report gains and losses in the tens of thousands due to LiquidLedger simply being unable to handle foreign currency transactions.
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Version 2.3.1
Joseph230
08 February 2008
Liquid Ledger is a not quite ready for prime time mac accounting system. On the plus side it has a good cocoa interface (although it is missing some nuances like sizable drawers) and solid qif file importing (something other Mac accounting programs have more trouble with). On the down side, report is very weak, the interface requires a ton of mousing to use (for example no keyboard shortcut to create a new transaction). Comments from the forum indicate that that the developer may be under resourced to provide support for a financial management program.
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Version 2.1.2
WiZZardP1
24 October 2007
apparently mention of the guarantee does not exist anymore only a 60 day trial currently exists.
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Version 2.0.3
WiZZardP1
24 October 2007
Just heard back from author .. he is trying to weasel out of the refund as he is afirming that when I bought the upgrade, I was aware of the change of policy but there was not specific statement to that effect at all nor specific legal reference to a change in policy and from my knowledge of the law it would have to have been specific so that all users were aware of this .. as far as I know this has not been done and what he says is not sufficient notification .. However, he does have a 30 day satisfaction guarantee polcy .. seek a refund if you paid for a "free" upgrade ...
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Version 2.0.3
anonymous-lobster-2974
24 October 2007
Seeing something here about bout 2.x better supporting currencies I thought I'd have another look after being disappointed with the hopeless support back in 1.x... Well, in 2.x it is exactly the same. Why do all finance solutions from continental USA not "get" currency?? Currency exchange rates change and I want a solution to pick up the latest (interbank or credit card) rates e.g. from oanda.com; LL expects users to manually enter these - even the Apple Calculator downloads the latest exchange rates so LL offers less functionality here! And for every new transaction I want the latest exchange rate OR the rate from that day and NOT ONE rate for all transactions / or have to essentially manually enter the rates myself (LL). Disappointed but not the only ones that don't get it. Cha-Ching is no better but at least I can tag entries e.g. "enterconversionrate" and filter so at least the workaround is manageable until full support is offered; it has been promised...
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Version 2.0.3
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