Money accounting gets better for Mac Leopard
personal and small-business accounting application for Mac OS X
Jumsoft has released Money 3.3, an update to their personal and small-business accounting application for Mac OS X. With emphasis placed on ease-of-use, Money includes features such as an excellent budget planner, personalized invoices and reports, detailed graphs, inventory list control, stock portfolio, and much more.
Money 3.3 includes new and user friendly options previously unseen. Version 3.3 adds Italian and Dutch localizations, improved German and French localizations, fixed approximately 30 bugs, and an existing invoice creation tool - Invoice Templates Editor - was directly integrated.
"We are proud that so many Money users gave us such wonderful suggestions for desired for new options and more; some users are ready to help us implement these new innovations,"- says Algirdas Unguvaitis, the General Manager of Jumsoft. "And here is the result - Invoice Templates Editor imported in Money 3.3. Thank you to everyone who did not hesitate to give us their feedback."
Now users can create as many invoice templates as they need and use them again and again. They are able to input only the desired records, change default fonts, colors, paper sizes, table styles, and more to satisfy their individual needs. Invoice Templates Editor allows everyone to feel totally free while preparing invoices, and adapting them to their own style to use as a template for future invoices.
"It is the best option to save users' time and to reveal their creativity. That is why I would say that Money 3.3 is not just a user friendly accounting application, now it replaces two programs - accounting application and invoice template creation,"- says Algirdas Unguvaitis.
Minimum Requirements: Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel 38.6 MB Hard Drive space Internet connection
Pricing and Availability: Money 3.3 is already available for download for only $39 (USD) and a free update for current Money 3 users. A fully functional 15 day demo is available.
Based in scenic Vilnius, Lithuania, Jumsoft is a privately funded company founded in 2002. Committed to providing the highest quality software, Jumsoft is a dedicated group of Apple Macintosh experts whose goal is creating and marketing exciting, easy-to-use and powerful applications for the Mac Platform. Jumsoft most recently focused its attention on maximizing the potential of Apple's iWork, quickly becoming the leading provider of Keynote themes and objects. Copyright 2002-2009 Jumsoft. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. - Vilnius, Lithuania - Published on 04/20/09
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