IGG Software today announced the release of iBank 5.1, a major upgrade to its acclaimed money management program. The most complete personal finance software available for the Mac, iBank 5.1 provides improved bank connectivity, enhanced reports, better bill pay, and superior transaction management among scores of new features and fixes.
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank 5, a full-version upgrade to its popular money manage- ment program for Mac. Among dozens of new features and improvements, iBank 5 delivers improved importing of bank transac- tions, enhanced budgets, better investment support, and online bill pay. The app also offers automatic account updates via Direct Access, IGG’s exclusive service for bank connections worldwide.
After more than a year of development and months of private testing, IGG Software has released the public beta of iBank 5, the forthcoming full-version upgrade to its popular money management program for Mac. Interested testers can now download iBank 5 Beta from the IGG website. Following this announcement, all new purchases of iBank 4 made via the IGG online store will include an additional license code for a free upgrade to iBank 5.
IGG Software, Inc. today announced the release of a new full version of iBank for iPad, the most advanced personal finance solution for iOS. Redesigned for iOS 7, iBank for iPad 2.0 will be a free upgrade to users of earlier versions, and is available from the App Store immediately.
IGG Software, Inc. today announced the forthcoming release of a new full version of iBank for iPad, the leading personal finance application for iOS. Redesigned for iOS 7, iBank for iPad 2.0 will be a free update to users of earlier versions, and available from the App Store in October.
To mark its first decade in business, IGG Software, Inc., has announced an across-the-board instant rebate of $10 off its Mac apps including iBank 4, iBiz 4, iBiz Pro, iBiz 4 Client and iPaste. The discount applies to all purchases of full, new versions at the IGG online store, as well as purchases of iBank and iBiz from the Mac App Store.
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank for iPad 1.2 — a major update featuring over 50 new features, fixes, enhancements and refinements. The app’s across-the-board improvements encompass investments, reminders, budgets, scheduled transactions, sync, account set-up, stability and more. The update is available now from the App Store.
IGG Software today announced a long-awaited solution for long-suffering users of Quicken Essentials who found that the limited export capabilities of Intuit’s latest version for Mac left their data trapped.
Whether you celebrate the Solstice or Festivus, Christmas or Kwanzaa, IGG Software is spreading good cheer this holiday season by announcing 20% savings on iBank 4 for Mac and iBank for iPad. Year-end sale prices on these market-leading personal finance apps are available at the IGG website and at Apple's App Stores, from December 20 through 31.
IGG Software today announced the release iBank 4.6, the market-leading personal finance application for Mac. This new version of iBank delivers a brand new set of tools for managing budgets, support for Retina Display Macs, and many other fixes and enhancements.
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank for iPad 1.1 — a major update featuring over 60 new features, fixes, enhancements and refinements. Coming just two months after iBank for iPad’s debut, the new release represents a significant step forward for the app with across-the-board improvements. The update is available now on the App Store.
IGG Software today announced the release of a full iPad version of iBank, the developer’s market-leading personal finance application. iBank for iPad takes complete advantage of the iPad’s capabilities, including wireless updating, Multi-Touch navigation and the power of iOS 5. The app is available now on the App Store.
IGG Software today announced the release iBank 4.5, the market-leading personal finance application for Mac. Among its many enhancements are Apple-driven security features like Sandboxing and Gatekeeper, as well as the ability to sync all account data to the much-anticipated iBank for iPad.
IGG Software today announced competitive upgrade pricing for users of Quicken 2007 for Mac and Quicken Essentials for Mac. The new offer, “Spring Break 2012,” gives current users of those products instant savings of $15 when they purchase iBank 4 at the IGG Software store. The discount is 25% off of iBank’s regular price, and the offer is valid until April 15.
In the spirit of holiday goodwill and in an all-out effort to promote fiscal well-being, IGG Software today announces the 11-11-11 Plan: a clear proposal to put household finances on track. Simply put, Mac users laboring in the darkness of other, outdated personal finance apps can now switch to iBank 4 and save $11 instantly during the last 11 days of 2011.
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank Investor, a mobile app that aggregates all of a user’s investments in one easy-to-access interface. iBank Investor can be used to edit or update individual securities in its stand-alone configuration, or, in conjunction with iBank 4, syncs to all of the user’s holdings grouped by account. Available for free from the App Store, the universal app runs on all iOS devices including iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank 4.3, a significant update to its top-selling personal finance application. The new version delivers enhanced Lion compatibility and multiple fixes, as well as changes to accommodate sync with IGG's forthcoming portfolio-tracking app, iBank Investor. The update is free to current users of iBank 4.
IGG Software, Inc., has taken the wraps off its new, improved and fully redesigned website. The fresh look for iggsoftware.com is the culmination of a series of changes at IGG that began with the company’s incorporation at the start of the year, along with a new IGG Software logo, also introduced in early 2011. The new site was developed in-house by IGG’s webmaster, Jon Williams.
In the aftermath of statewide flooding and destruction caused by Hurricane Irene, IGG Software today announced that 100% of sales revenue generated on Monday, August 29 will be donated to Vermont relief programs. Sales at both IGG's online store and the Mac App Store will count toward that total. In addition, IGG will double that amount with a matching contribution of its own.
IGG Software today announced it has completed testing of iBank 4 for compatibility with Lion, the forthcoming version of Mac OS X. With the release of iBank 4.2.4, now available for download from IGG's website and the Mac App Store, iBank has been declared Lion-ready. In contrast, Quicken 2007 For Mac will not run in Lion at all....
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank 4.2, a major update to the leading Mac-only personal finance management application. The new version delivers multiple enhancements including in-line editor calculations, improved transaction entry and split editing, and enhanced rules for complex imports. The update is free to current users of iBank 4....
IGG Software today announced the inclusion of iBiz 4 at the Mac App Store, making the leading time-tracking and billing app for Mac users more readily accessible than ever. iBiz 4.1.3 is now available for immediate download. "iBiz 4 has been a popular tool for free-lancers and small business owners to stay on top of their billing," says Ian Gillespie, President of IGG. "We know how busy they are, and the convenience of the App Store provides one more way to make their time more efficient...."
IGG Software has posted "Preparing For Taxes With iBank," a timely tutorial for tax-paying Mac users. The latest in an online series of iBank 4 instructional videos, the new how-to emphasizes ways by which users can improve organization, track deductible expenses, and save time, trouble and accounting costs. And for do-it-yourself filers, data compiled in iBank 4 is also compatible with export to TurboTax. As tech writer Tim Johnson has noted...
IGG Software today announced the availability of iBank 4.1 via Apple's new Mac App Store. The leading Mac-only personal finance application, iBank offers users an elegant, intuitive means to manage their money. Now the launch of the Mac App Store gives new iBank purchasers the opportunity for simplified installation and updates alongside the program's existing fea- tures, such as the ability to download bank transactions, track investments, create budgets, generate detailed reports or enter and sync transactions from an iPhone or iPod touch....
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank 4.1, a significant update to the leading Mac-only personal finance management application. Arriving just ten weeks after the launch of iBank 4, the new version delivers multiple enhance- ments including additional report templates, CSV data import and new contextual menus. The update is free to current users of iBank 4....
Following its approval at the iTunes App Store, IGG Software announces the release of iBank Mobile 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch. A free update for current users, the latest version of the mobile finance management app adds enhanced resolution via Retina Display support, multi-tasking capabilities, the ability to search for transactions across all accounts and a new QIF export feature, as well as several other enhancements and fixes....
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank 4.0, a full-version upgrade to its popular, Mac-only money management program. Faster, more powerful and more full-featured than prior versions, iBank 4 delivers multiple enhancements alongside existing features like direct downloads from online accounts, custom check printing, robust data export and iPhone sync....
After months of private testing, IGG Software has released a public beta of iBank 4, a full-version upgrade to its popular money management program for Mac. Following this announcement, all purchases of iBank 3 will include an additional license code for the forthcoming iBank 4. Meanwhile, interested testers can now download iBank public beta 4.0b8 from the IGG website.
Nearly a year after the successful release of iBiz Professional, IGG Software reports that law firms, ad agencies and other Mac-based professional services have been adopting the application at an ever-growing pace. The networkable version of the popu- lar, single-user iBiz 4, iBiz Pro is a solution more firms turn to daily for management of billable hours and invoicing across entire teams.
Running counter to a steady drumbeat of negative economic headlines, IGG Software has seen 12 months of year-over-year growth and record annual revenues in 2009. IGG, the developer of iBank personal finance management software for Mac OS X, has fostered that growth by adding new employees and releasing a spate of updates and new products.
Let's face it: no one likes paying taxes, but what most people really dread is the process of preparing their taxes. "Staying organized throughout the year is key," says Wil Quon, a CPA with Quon & Associates in Tustin, California. "You'll have better records, save yourself time, cut down your tax preparer's bill, and in ideal circumstances, you'll increase your deductions and reduce your taxes."
Encouraging Mac users to get a grip on their 2009 finances and a jump on 2010, IGG Software has announced a $10 Instant Rebate on iBank, its flagship personal finance software. The company's new "Why Wait For 2010?" rebate offer is good through December 31, 2009, exclusively for purchases made at IGG's online store.
Following today's approval at the iTunes App Store, IGG Software announces the release of iBank Mobile 1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch. A free update for current iBank Mobile users, the application now adds running balances to transac- tions, as well as several other enhancements and fixes.
Following the overwhelming popularity of iBank's summer rebate offer to Quicken users, IGG Software announces the extension of that program through October 31. "Why Wait Another Day?" offers long-suffering Intuit customers the chance to switch to a full-featured, Mac-based personal finance app — without waiting until 2010 — as well as $20 to sweeten the deal.
Keeping its flagship personal finance management app for the Mac up-to-the-minute, IGG announces the imminent release of iBank 3.5.2 ($60, free to iBank 3 users). With several cosmetic fixes, including improvements to assure seamless compatibility with Apple's 10.6 Snow Leopard update, iBank 3.5.2 will be available for download on August 28, the same day that the newest Mac OS ships.
In the latest of its regular upgrades and improvements, IGG Software announces the release of iBiz 4.1, an update to its market-leading Mac application for time-tracking, billing and project management. iBiz 4.1 ($40, or free to registered iBiz 4 users) requires OS X 10.5 Leopard, and is available for immediate download.
Taking a page straight out of Apple's book, IGG Software honors educators and education by offering discount pricing on all products purchased from the IGG online store. The available savings are 20 percent off the regular price of IGG's software bundles or individual applications, including the popular iBank and iBiz. Qualified customers include faculty and staff members at all schools, board of education employees, and all students of higher education including grad programs, vocational schools and continuing ed.
Many long-time Intuit customers were vocally dismayed this summer, following back-to-back delays to the prom- ised release date of a new version of Quicken for the Mac. But the wait is officially over: frustrated Quicken users still searching for an alternate, Mac-based program to manage their personal finances now have 20 more reasons to switch to iBank, in the form of a $20 rebate offer — "Why Wait Another Day?" — from developer IGG Software.
IGG Software today announced the release of iBank Mobile for iPhone and iPod touch. Users can harness the power of iBank to check account balances, enter transactions and categorize purchases, even in foreign currencies. Designed to sync seamlessly with the desktop version of iBank for Mac, iBank Mobile also works as a separate, stand-alone app for handheld finance management.
Personal finance management for the Mac takes another leap forward with today's release of iBank 3.5 ($60, free to iBank 3 users). With over 30 enhancements and fixes, including the ability to sync with iBank Mobile for account updates on the go, iBank 3.5 represents the most ambitious update yet for the leading Mac-only software alternative to Quicken.
IGG Software announces the release of iBiz Professional, a full-version upgrade to its network-ready application for time- tracking, billing and project management. The iBiz Professional package ($100, including iBiz Server 4 and two licenses for iBiz Client 4; $40 for additional Clients) requires OS X 10.5 Leopard, and is available for immediate download from www.iggsoftware.com/ibiz4/multi- user
IGG Software announces the release of iBiz 4, a full-version upgrade to its market-leading application for time-tracking, billing and project management. iBiz 4 ($40, or $20 to registered iBiz users) requires OS X 10.5 Leopard, and is available for immediate download from www.iggsoftware.com/ibiz4
IGG Software announces the public beta of iBiz 4, a full-version upgrade to its market-leading application for time- tracking, billing and project management. This free trial release requires OS X 10.5 Leopard, and is available for immediate download. "With this version, we focused on delivering a more intuitive, attractive and efficient application that quickly pays for itself," says Ian Gillespie, President of IGG. "Tracking billable time, generating invoices promptly and managing receivables are simple, seamless features in iBiz 4, and the value of the program will show up immediately in the user's bottom line."
IGG Software has just released iBank 3.4.1, the newest upgrade to its flagship application for personal and small business finance management. This release ($60, or free to existing iBank 3 users) is available for immediate download. This update comes barely four weeks after the release of iBank 3.4, continuing to make iBank an even better choice for Mac users seeking a full-featured alternative to Quicken. "As we prepare the release of iBank Mobile," notes IGG President Ian Gillespie, "we've been making rapid improvements to iBank itself. We think it's worthwhile to put those changes into customers' hands sooner rather than later."
IGG Software announces the release of iBank 3.4, the latest upgrade to its flagship application for personal and small business finance management. This new release ($60, or free to existing iBank 3 users) is now available for download. — Among the most important changes in iBank 3.4 is much-improved migration of QIF-formatted Quicken data, especially for users with complex accounts or many years of transactions.
IGG Software announces the forthcoming release of iBank Mobile, a native iPhone counterpart to iBank 3 — the market-leading personal finance alternative to Quicken on the Mac. Capable of running on both the iPhone and iPod Touch, this new release will be available exclusively for download from the iTunes App Store in the first quarter of this year. Among the new application's highlights:
IGG Software announces the forthcoming release of iBiz 4, a full-version upgrade to its market-leading application for time-tracking, billing and project management. This new release ($50, or $25 to registered iBiz users) will be available for download in the first quarter of this year.
IGG Software announces the release of Spoilage, its first handheld game product. The game is avail- able exclusively via download from Apple's App Store ($2.99) for use on iPhones and the iPod Touch. Spoilage is an addictive game with subtle, chess-like strategy and basic, checkers-like moves. A single game can be played in just minutes, so you never need a large time commitment. While Spoilage is deceptively simple at first, it soon proves surprisingly tricky. Multiple levels of difficulty, different boards and randomly selected layouts provide for endless hours of engagement and entertainment.
IGG Software announces iBank 3.3, the latest upgrade to its flagship application for personal and small business finance management. This new release ($60, or free to existing iBank 3 users) is now available for download. — Among the most important changes in iBank 3.3 is improved migration of Quicken data for new users making the switch to iBank.
IGG Software has hired long-time Macintosh developer James Gillespie as Chief Architect, overseeing development of all applications at the firm. The position is new. Currently, IGG publishes applications solely for the Mac OS, including iBank 3, a leading alternative to Quicken, and iBiz 3, a time-tracking and invoicing program. All existing products will fall under Gillespie's direction, as will several new projects still in development.
IGG Software announces iBank 3.2, the latest upgrade to its flagship application for personal and small business finance management. This new release ($60, or free to existing iBank 3 users) is available for download at www.iggsoftware.com. — Among the most important changes in iBank 3.2 is improved speed for users with many Smart Accounts.
IGG Software announces iBank 3.1, the latest upgrade to its flagship application for personal and small business finance management. This new release, free to existing iBank 3 users, is available for download at www.iggsoftware.com. — Among the most important changes in the iBank 3.1 upgrade is the ability to preview direct downloads for matching transactions; users are alerted if a duplicate transaction has already been imported to iBank, or advised to proceed when no matching transaction is found.
IGG Software, LLC, announces the release of iBank 3, the new version of its popular financial management application for Mac OS X Leopard. Included with iBank 3 is iBank for iPhone, a web-based iPhone application that allows users to enter transactions on their iPhones, and via .Mac, have them automatically added to the desktop application.
IGG Software, LLC, announces the release of iBank 3, a new version of its popular financial management application for Mac OS X Leopard. Included with iBank 3 is iBank for iPhone, a web-based iPhone application that allows users to enter transactions on their iPhones, and via .Mac, have them automatically added to the desktop application.
IGG Software, LLC announces that the most recent versions of their applications, iBiz, iBank and iPaste, are all fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Free upgrades for existing users of iBiz 3 and iBank 2 are available for download for use on Leopard. iPaste users running iPaste 1.1.2 need not upgrade and will find their current version is Leopard ready.
Putney, VT. IGG Software, LLC, announces the release of iBank Widget, a new Dashboard widget that allows users to rapidly enter transactions into iBank. iBank is a popular personal financial manager made exclusively for Mac OS X. The new iBank Widget works with iBank 2.3 which was also released today.
IGG Software, LLC announces the release of iBiz 3.1, a new version of its popular time-billing and invoicing application for Mac OS X 10.4 (www.iggsoftware.com/ibiz). iBiz 3.1 adds support for complex tax calculations including compounding, and whether tax is applied on a per-project or per-event basis. Invoicing, reports and startup time have also been improved. The server version now allows better reliability and options when users checkout projects and work on them away from the server. For example, users can now add new clients while checked-out and sync the new clients to the server when they reconnect. The new version is recommended to all users and overall adds over 20 new improvements. iBiz 3.1 is a free up- grade for registered users of iBiz 3.
IGG Software, LLC announces the release of iBiz 3, a new version of its popular time-billing and invoicing application for Mac OS X 10.4 (www.iggsoftware.com/ibiz). In addition to improved reporting and invoicing, new features include iCal synchronization, Applescript support, automatic document tracking, quick timers and a new billing section. iBiz 3 is a universal binary, running natively on both PowerPC and Intel macs.
IGG Software, LLC announced Thursday that it has begun buying 100% of the electricity used to run their main headquarters from green, renewable sources. IGG Software enrolled in Green Mountain Power's alternative energy plan called "Greener Mountain Power" this fall. The program allows the company to buy all of their electricity from renewable sources, such as wind and hydro.
IGG Software, LLC today announced their flagship personal and small-business applications for Mac OS X, iBiz, and iBank, are now available as Universal applications. This development means both applications now run natively, and seamlessly, on both Intel and PowerPC-based Macs.
IGG Software, LLC announces the release of iBank 2 (www.iggsoftware.com/ibank/index.html), a new and completely rewritten version of its popular financial management application for Mac OS X 10.4. Smart new features allow users to manage budgets and investment portfolios, reconcile accounts with bank statements, work with multiple currencies, and import transactions from QIF, OFX, and CSV files. AppleScript and Automator support make iBank 2 completely customizable for each user's unique workflow. Existing users will continue to enjoy the ability to schedule and memorize transactions, view income and expenditure charts, export QIF and CSV files, print customized checks, and much more. All of these powerful features are wrapped in a completely redesigned aqua-interface that is extremely easy to use.