Earlier this year, a preview of ‘iBank Access’ was offered for all users. iBank Access is an iPad version of the personal finance software by IGG.
iBank for Mac has become popular among those who want to keep track of their finances, especially after all-out failure of Intuit’s Quicken for Mac. The latter was remade unsuccessfully and didn’t satisfy most users with its simpler functionality, presenting its unsufficience. Thus, iBank has come on the stage and overshadowed its predecessor.
As it was also mentioned in the preview earlier, IGG is planning to roll out a brand new subscription service labeled as Direct Access, which aims to provide automatic updates of every financial transaction for numerous financial institutions in the background. Also iBank for the iPad is accompanied by a 30 day free trial to Direct Access, after which it can be continued through In App Purchase features for $4.99 monthly or for $39.99 in total annually.
Also users will be able to synchronize everything with the desktop version of the software through Wi-Fi. Along with releasing the app for the iPad, the company has now discounted its Mac version of the software for around $10 right through July 8th. This will price the software at around $49.99 via both the IGG web store and the Mac App Store. This is definitely a great investment for anyone, concerned about his or her personal finances and who needs a way to keep track of them via their mobile device.