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SEE Finance 1.0.10

by Agen G. N. Schmitz

Scimonoce Software has released SEE Finance 1.0.10 [1] with bug fixes for the personal finance app, which was one of the top picks of TidBITS readers in our survey earlier this year (see “Your Favorite Mac Personal Finance Apps [2],” 29 February 2016). The update enables you to merge non-account-specific categories into account-specific categories, no longer saves the Split category for memorized default information for payees, resolves an issue setting up downloads for Chase accounts, and fixes a bug with the Budgets view that prevented loading when sorting data by a table column. For a limited time, SEE Finance is priced at $39.99 ($10 off its regular price) from both Scimonoce Software and the Mac App Store [3]. ($49.99 new, free update, 31.9 MB, release notes [4], 10.6+)