IGG Software has released Banktivity 7.0, a major upgrade for the personal finance app that provides compatibility with macOS 10.14 Mojave and its Dark mode. The new version brings some real estate improvements, including a revamped real estate view, integrating Zillow’s real estate estimating capabilities, and enabling you to link your real estate accounts with associated loans. Upping the minimum system requirements to 10.13 High Sierra, the new Banktivity also speeds up Direct Access so you can import transactions more quickly, adds a calendar view that shows your posted transactions and upcoming scheduled transactions, and improves reconciling by letting you auto-reconcile all transactions, no transactions or just cleared transactions.
Shortly after this release, IGG Software issued version 7.0.1 with minor improvements to Dark mode, a fix for a crash that could happen when updating some securities, and improvements to the Mac App Store in-app purchases.
Banktivity 7.0 costs $69.99 from IGG Software and the Mac App Store (Banktivity 6 is still available for those running 10.12 Sierra for $64.99). Customers with either a Banktivity 5 or 6 license can upgrade to version 7 for $34.99. A 30-day free trial is available from both the IGG Software Web site and the Mac App Store. ($69.99 new from IGG Software with a 20% discount for TidBITS members and from the Mac App Store, $34.99 upgrade, 21.8 MB, release notes, macOS 10.13+)
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