Ben’s Software has released
My Money Minder
1.9, an update to its personal finance tracking software for Mac OS X. New to this release is Universal binary support for Intel and PowerPC Macs. My Money Minder costs $12.50; the update is free for registered users.
My Money Minder helps you keep track of expenses, income and bank account balances. You can display your figures in a spreadsheet-style grid or as Line, Bar, Pie or Area graphs. You can enter all information via a single dialog; it also remembers the last 100 unique items you’ve typed to save you keystrokes in the Name field.
You can generate an unlimited number of categories, like Pay, Rent and Groceries, then divide them into “Groups” like Home and Work. You can also track methods of payment, such as credit cards, cash or check. The software supports Quicken data import, CSV, TSV and other formats; you can also export to any format that My Money supports.
Besides Universal binary support, My Money Minder 1.9 adds QFX file import, category import from QIF files, Dutch and Japanese localization, more robust preferences, improvements to other localizations and more, including several bug fixes.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.1 or later.