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PocketMoney has been an award winning and popular personal financial manager for Newton OS since 1994, for Palm OS since 1999, and for Windows CE, Pocket PC Edition since 2001.
PocketMoney was designed to do one thing and do it very well - track your finances quickly with the smallest amount of work. PocketMoney will help you keep your checking, savings, credit card and petty cash accounts in line.
PocketMoney keeps the amount of data entry to a minimum and at the same time gives you a great amount of flexibility. Unlimited accounts, categories, subcategories let you track data your way. Powerful filtering capabilities let you report your data your way. PocketMoney lets you upload and download data with your Microsoft Windows desktop programs such as Quicken, MS Money, spreadsheets and databases.
The following is a list of new features available in PocketMoney 2.0. These are in addition to the already powerful group included in 1.1.3. They include:
PocketMoney supports the following hardware: Pocket PC 2000, Pocket PC 2002, and Windows Mobile (but not SmartPhones).
online with a credit card for fastest service, and I will email you the registration code. Or, choose an alternative form of payment (payment options).
Upgrades from 1.1.3 to 2.0 are free.
Directions: Pick from the languages listed below and download the appropriate installer. Follow the steps in the instructions found here to complete the installation (NOTE: Images may look slightly different from the actual installer):
Catamount Sotware retained Jarosoft's services to port PocketMoney to the Windows CE platform. Check Jarosoft's site out for other cool software.
PocketMoney is a registered trademark of Catamount Software.
Palm is a trademark of Palm, Inc. Newton is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. "Microsoft, Windows and the Windows CE logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries."
(last modified : March 10, 2004)