Earlier this year, Banking world witnessed “iBank Access”, an iPad version of IGG Software’s personal finance software.
Intuit’s Quicken for Mac having fall out of favor after being remade with drastically simpler functionality that many users have found insufficient for their needs and requirements. iBank for Mac became a popular option for those who wanted to keep track of their finances.
Beyond iBank for Mac, IGG Software, later offered an iPhone version of this app for some time. Now it has moved to iPad. This certainly opens up a number of different possibilities for the app on iOS. As work on iBank Access continued, IGG realized that the app was indeed a nearly full-fledged version of iBank. Thus, the app was rebranded as iBank for iPad. It is available in app store for $14.99. iBank for iPad offers a many features for tracking expenditures, budgeting, managing investments, and more.
IGG is also rolling out a new subscription service known as Direct Access. This service provides for automatic updating of financial transactions in the background from thousands of financial institutions. iBank for iPad comes with a free 30-day trial of Direct Access. Later, that can be continued via In App Purchase for $4.99 per month or $39.99 per year.
Alternatively, users can sync with the desktop version of iBank via Wi-Fi or WebDAV server free of charge.
Along with the release of iBank for iPad, IGG also discounted the Mac version of iBank by $10 through 8 July 2012, pricing the software at $49.99 through both the Mac App Store and IGG’s web store.
Source: Mac Rumors