Modeless Software — a company that designs and develops software, exclusively for Mac OS X — has released a demo version of Liquid Ledger, a personal finance application based on the Apple’s Cocoa development environment. The demo is based on Liquid Ledger version 1.0.1.
The new demo offers the same functionality as the full version of the product, according to Itrat Khan, president of Modeless Software. Users can record bank account and credit card activity; track income and expenses; track investments and measure resulting capital gains and losses; manage foreign currency accounts; obtain summary information; and much more. Only the ability to save documents has been disabled in the demo.
For current customers, the company has also released a utility to update existing installations of Liquid Ledger 1.0 to version 1.0.1. Notable improvements in the 1.0.1 release include improved support for the sorting of accounts and transactions, as well as minor bug fixes, Khan said.
The new Liquid Ledger 1.0.1 demo for Mac OS X and version 1.0.1 update can be downloaded for free. Registering costs US $40.