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MoneyWell 2.3.10

by Agen G. N. Schmitz

No Thirst Software has released MoneyWell 2.3.10 [1] (a top vote getter in our recent survey; see “Your Favorite Mac Personal Finance Apps [2],” 29 February 2016), which now uses HTTPS for in-app update checks to address a security issue with the Sparkle framework (see “Sparkle Vulnerability Real, but Exploits Highly Unlikely [3],” 15 February 2016). The release also trims white space from license keys so that pasting from email works more reliably and updates copyright strings. Normally priced at $59.99, MoneyWell is currently on sale for $30 from the No Thirst Software site in anticipation of the release of MoneyWell 3 later this year. Stalled at version 2.3.9 as of this writing, the Mac App Store [4] edition is priced at $49.99. ($59.99 new, free update, 9.9 MB, release notes [5], 10.7+)

[1]: http://nothirst.com/moneywell/mac/
[2]: http://tidbits.com/article/16293
[3]: http://tidbits.com/article/16261
[4]: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moneywell/id404246493?mt=12&at=10l5PW
[5]: http://nothirst.com/moneywell/mac/release-notes.html