A bug was present in Cashculator 1.1.3 that could cause Cashculatorto hang in some cases when switch plan to average mode. Thanks to Dan for finding this and leading to the cause. Full release notes:
- FIX: Cashculator could sometimes hang when switching plan to Average
- Updated German localization All tutorials are now available in German
- Updated Russian localization All tutorials are now available in Russian
As usual, autoupdate from Cashculator menu or download from http://www.apparentsoft.com/cashculator/download
Cashculator version 1.1.3 has the following changes:
- NEW: Database location can now be selected. Useful for using with DropBox, for example, to sync your Macs, or for backup purposes.
- NEW: Shortcuts for common category functions – new categories and icon selection.
- FIX: Tutorials scenario did not populate the test data in localized environment.
- Added German localization (including introductory tutorial)
- Added Russian tutorials (introductory and some more)
- Added introductory tutorial in French
- Some previously missing translations were added for some phrases
Auto-update or download from http://www.apparentsoft.com/cashculator/download.
Cashculator version 1.1.1 has several important bug fixes and is recommended to all current Cashculator customers. List of changes:
- Fixed possible crash on Leopard – sometimes a crash occurred on 10.5 (Leopard) systems when using short horizons.
- Fixed average calculations inconsitency – In some cases average plans were calculated wrong.
- Not being able to set an average plan – Fixed a rare case where a plan couldn’t be set to be average.
Download Cashculator from: http://www.apparentsoft.com/cashculator/download
We’re proud to announce version 1.1 update of Cashculator. The update covers many of the most requested features and some more:
- Category icon selection – you can now select an icon for each category, edit them or import new icons.
- Support recurring events on certain months only – now you can make a recurring transaction that will occur once every two, three or other number of months.
- Support for cents – For users who take their budgeting seriously, we now have the option to display income and expenses with cents without rounding them. This feature can be activated from View menu. Internally, all is saved with cents now.
- Saving your entry history – When you add several transactions to the cell, not only the total sum of them is saved, but the value of each transaction is saved as well. For example if you spent $100 for groceries and later spent additional $50, just by pressing “enter” on the cell you will be able to see that the spending of 150 on groceries consists of 100 and 50.
- Automatic Backups – Your personal Cashculator data is now backed-up before each launch of the application.
- Support for larger amounts – Cashculator now supports very large amounts and will autosize the columns in the table to fit them.
- Better locale support – Numbers will now be displayed according to locale settings in tables and in sidebar (with correct thousands and decimal separators)
- Bug fixes
Download Cashculator from http://www.apparentsoft.com/cashculator/download or auto-update from your current installed version.
Today we released Cashculator version 1.0.1. This version adds the following:
- Now accepts entering numbers based on locale (decimal separator, thousands grouping separator)
- Position and size of main window is now remembered between restarts
- Small updates to introductory tutorial
We hear your other suggestions. Keep them coming. Good place to discuess these is in the Cashculator forums.
Apparent Software today is proud to announce Cashculator 1.0, a new kind of personal finance application for Mac OS X. Cashculator is a different kind of personal finance application – instead of focusing on the past and logging previous transactions, it focuses on future by forecasting your financial situation.It allows making better decisions regarding your personal finance or small business. Version 1.0 is first release of the application.
Cashculator is different from most other personal finance applications, which are usually complex, costly and focus on past performance by logging and tracking transactions that occurred on user accounts. Unlike them, Cashculator is very easy to use: No need to define your accounts and configure the application, no complex dialog boxes, no credits, debits or portfolio management. Just simple numbers: income and expenses.
Cashculator is the simplest way to manage your finances. Like a spreadsheet, Cashculator is very visual and straightforward. Built specifically for personal finance, Cashculator improves upon a spreadsheet by supporting budgeting, easy “what-if” scenarios comparisons and more.
- It allows you to live in the future, not the past, by forecasting your future financial situation
- It allows you to make better decisions regarding your personal finance or your small business
- It allows you to manage your finance using a clear, simple and intuitive interface, following Mac tradition
- Have a high-level overview of your historic spending and income
- Cash flow prediction: do you have a surplus cashflow or are you accumulating debt?
- What-if analysis to compare alternatives: check if you can afford to purchase that gadget in several payments or you should push it until you get that salary raise
- View income, expenses and balance with easy-to-use and intuitive graphs
* English and French
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 7.8 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
Cashculator 1.0 costs $29.95 (family license) but can be purchased for $19.95 (USD) for a limited time using a coupon available on the site. A full-featured, trial version can be downloaded.