Modeless Software Inc. has updated Liquid Ledger, the personal finance solution for Mac OS X, to version 1.1. The update adds a new interface for importing financial data and the ability for Quicken users to migrate their financial history into the app. It also introduces support for the Open Financial Exchange specification, which makes it easier to import financial activity.
Liquid Ledger now provides the ability to migrate account, category, and transaction information using the Quicken Interchange Format (QIF). And with the introduction of Open Financial Exchange (OFX) support users can import banking and credit card activity from financial institutions that offer statement downloads in OFX format.
In addition, the new release boasts a brand new interface for importing account activity that lets you match imported transactions against existing entries to prevent duplicates during import, according to Itrat Khan, president of Modeless Software.
Liquid Ledger costs US$45, but version 1.1 is a free upgrade to current users. A demo is available from the company’s Web site.