The Infinite Kind has released Moneydance 2015, a major upgrade to the company’s personal financial management application. The new version brings a significant redesign to the user interface, giving it a simpler, more modern aesthetic and adding high-resolution graphics for Retina displays. A new storage system fully encrypts data (including attachments) and the app now supports syncing your data to Dropbox or any shared folder (the capability to add another computer to the peer-to-peer syncing system will be added in coming weeks). Moneydance 2015 for the Mac is complemented by a free universal iOS app that also syncs transactions to Dropbox. If you have a license for Moneydance 2014, you can upgrade to Moneydance 2015 for free. If you purchased Moneydance 2012 or earlier, you can upgrade to Moneydance 2015 for $24.99. A free trial with no feature limitations is available if you want to test switching from another personal finance application. ($49.99 new, free update, 70.9 MB, 10.7+)
It appear not to ready for use by at least some of us. It crashed upon opening on both my Macs running Yosemite. Fortunately, it hd not tried to convert my data before crashing so I was able to revert to the previous release.
If you try it, be sure to backup your data and the app before the first time you start it.
Couldn't agree more. DO NOT INSTALL WITHOUT A BACKUP. This is a alpha version that has MANY problems and is not ready for prime time.