No Thirst Software has released MoneyWell 2.3.10 (a top vote getter in our recent survey; see “Your Favorite Mac Personal Finance Apps,” 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,” 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 edition is priced at $49.99. ($59.99 new, free update, 9.9 MB, release notes, 10.7+)
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