Update May 13th

May 14th, 2013

After returning from the Orlando Realbasic Developer Conference, Hardy’s fight against cancer took a turn for the worse. This afternoon, May 13th 2013, Hardy left us peacefully surrounded by family and friends.

One of his fervent wishes was to make sure Catamount Software lived on to support all of his users. Catamount Software will continue under the guidance and ownership of Eric Ojala, his long time employee and cousin.

In the coming weeks, Checkplease 5.0 will be released and PocketMoney Cloud is under development. Catamount will continue to serve you with new and bright ideas. Please stay tuned.

-Eric Ojala

PocketMoney 4.1.5 for iOS – Approved

March 28th, 2013

If you are having crashing issues with 4.1.4 of PocketMoney it’s due to PocketMoney not handling a weekly repeating transaction correctly. I’ve fixed it in 4.1.5 which has been approved and should be available on AppStore shortly. (See additional details below.)

You might also have noticed that PocketMoney isn’t on the AppStore right now. That is because I pulled it after several users reported PocketMoney crashing on startup. I didn’t want other users to upgrade and run into this issue so I tried to limit the pain.

Also, do not delete the app and reinstall – this won’t fix the bug.

Bug fixes 4.1.5:
• Startup crash fixed for weekly repeating transactions.

Cleaning up your data:
Version 4.1.4 might have posted hundreds or thousands of repeating transactions. Here’s the simplest way to clean up your data:
1. Go into your transaction register with all the repeating transactions posted in it.
2. Tap Filter button
3. Tap (>) on the Current Filter line
4. Set the date to the date all of the repeating transactions were posted (probably March 26,27,or28)
5. You might also set the Payee to the repeating transaction payee
6. Tap Back
7. Tap on the Current Filter to activate your newly setup filter.
8. NOw the transaction register should only be showing transactions that you want to delete.
9. Go to Tools > Rollup
10. Tap Rollup to delete all of those transactions and it will replace them with a single transaction that you can then manually delete.

PocketMoney 4.1 approved by Apple

December 5th, 2012

Version 4.1 of PocketMoney for iOS was submitted to Apple today.

New features:
• Print your transaction register and report details to Air Print compatible printers.
Print Transaction register from the Print option in the Report Menu.
Print Report Details from the Action button on the Reports Screen.
• Email HTML formatted transaction register including your photo receipts. (Under Tools > File Transfers > Email)
• Support for BitCoin.
• Account list displays the xrate * amount in home current for each foreign account.
• For splits if transaction register if filtered on category or class then the transaction amount will only show the subtotal for the matched split items.
• Non-numeric PINs on iPhone/iPods are converted to numpad @ > 2, f > 3. typically this will happen if user backups data to icloud from ipad and restores to iphone.

Bug fixes:
• iCloud – backup from one device and restoring to another device
• Exchange worksheet data entry fixed on iOS 6
• Calendar picker Now button updates the time
• Fixed Report View Options picker for Lite and non-IAP Charts and iPhone 5 users
• Return to last screen you were on after relaunch (iOS 6 related bug)
• Spotlight search wasn’t cutting off the first letter of the search for some languages (Russian and others)
• New Loading/Export animation and is displayed when importing files from Safari and other sources.
• Fixed memory usage during CSV export which caused crash
• Fitlered filter balance on right side when two balances are shown is showing correct amount.
• Account icon picker fixed on iPad
• The ON/OFF switch has be reverted back to Apple’s standard switch instead of my custom switch since Apple now allows their switch to be tinted.
• iPad will always allow rotating so if you backup and restore you prefs from your iPhone to iPad with the don’t allow rotation preference set it won’t affect iPad.
• Fixed date/time segment controller on datepicker screen

Discuss in forums.

PocketMoney Rollover and Variable Budgets video tutorial

August 10th, 2012

I added a video tutorial for the new Rollover and Variable Budget feature of PocketMoney 4.0 for iOS. It works essentially the same on the PocketMoney 2.0 Android version.

PocketMoney Rollover and Variable Budgets Video Tutorial

PocketMoney turns 18-years-old – Save 75% One Day Only – Our Birthday Present to You

June 15th, 2012

Catamount Software
Canterbury, NH
www.catamount.com

PocketMoney turns 18-years-old

June 16, 2012: 18 years ago the personal financial software application PocketMoney was released for the Apple Newton MessagePad making it one of the oldest mobile applications still in existence today. Big names like Intuit’s PocketQuicken and Microsoft’s Money for PocketPC have come and gone. PocketMoney is getting older and wiser.

PocketMoney has matured and expanded over the years. It has been release on several mobile platforms Newton OS, Palm OS, Windows CE, iOS (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad), and Android OS, and due to customer demand is also available on OS X, Windows, and Linux.

The Android, iOS, and Desktop versions of PocketMoney can all sync together so families can keep their finances and budgets up to date across all their devices.

“I’d like to thank all my existing customers, testers, translators because PocketMoney wouldn’t be where it is today without all of you,” stated Hardy Macia, developer of PocketMoney.

Special Birthday Offer
To celebrate PocketMoney turning 18 we are having a very special birthday offer for one day only on Saturday, June 16, 2012:

PocketMoney 2.0 for Android (Normally $4.99, birthday special $0.99)
PocketMoney 4.0 for iOS (Normally $4.99, birthday special $0.99)
PocketMoney 2.0.4 for Desktops (Normally $19.99, birthday special $4.99)

Discounts will appear on the AppStore and Google Play on Saturday. For PocketMoney Desktop purchases use coupon code CPN59507622779 which will give you a 75% discount good only on June 16, 2012.

Catamount Software has been developing software for mobile devices for 19 years. Other apps include CheckPlease, MPG, and World’s Smallest Political Quiz.

PocketMoney 2.0 for Android OS

June 12th, 2012

PocketMoney 2.0 for Android has been released on the Google Marketplace!

Major changes include
-Budgets
-Charts (requires in-app-purchase)
-Photo Receipts
-Local notifications
-Last day of month/last weekday of month repeating
-Organize accounts by type
-Category-Payee Lookups
-OFX imports
-Upcoming/Overdue for Repeating Transactions
-Resume where you left off

The upgrade is free for existing customers.

http://www.catamount.com/PocketMoneyAndroid.php

I’d Tap That

June 4th, 2012

“I’d Tap That” is a free game for your iPhone/iPad

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id-tap-that/id521451320?mt=8

“6 Excellent iPhone Apps Worth Paying For”

March 4th, 2012

PocketMoney makes the list of “6 Excellent iPhone Apps Worth Paying For” on MashableTech.

PocketMoney 1.2 for Android – calculator, themes, keep the change

August 1st, 2011

Version 1.2 of PocketMoney for Android has added several very popular features that are in the iOS version of PocketMoney.

Themes – pick Black, Blue, Green, Gray, Purple, Coffee color themes.

Calculator Keypad for currency amount input fields – Large numbers make it easier to enter amounts. Also, at times you’ll find your self wanting to do some math to figure out how much the transaction is going to me. The integrated number keyboard/calculator let’s you do it inline with support for the basic mathematical operators of addition, subtraction, multiplications, and division.

Keep The Change – does your bank let you automatically round and transfer the difference to another account for you to help you with your savings? PocketMoney lets you choose any amount to round to a whole dollar or even partial dollars like any multiple of 10 cents or 25 cents.

PocketMoney for Android

Replacing Quicken

August 1st, 2011

With the release of OS X Lion many Quicken for Macintosh users are looking for a new personal finance app solution.

Many users are turning to PocketMoney. Why should you pick PocketMoney?

Catamount Software has been selling, supporting, and improving PocketMoney since 1994 with it’s initial release of PocketMoney for the Apple Newton. Since then we’ve released it for the Palm OS, Windows CE, iPhone, and Android OSes. PocketMoney is arguable the most popular finance app on mobile devices, and now it is available for OS X, Windows, and Linux.

Sync your data to all your devices. With households a mixture of iOS, Android, and desktop OSes you need a personal finance app that works and can sync your data between all the platforms.

“My wife uses a Droid, I use an iPhone4 and iPad2, and we use OS X Lion. PocketMoney Sync keeps all of us in sync with our finances.”

PocketMoney is designed for both novices and power users. A new user can get up and running in minutes, and a power user will continue to find new ways and features to improve their life such as “Keep the Change”, drill down category reports, custom savable filters/searches, multiple currency support.

PocketMoney iOS
PocketMoney Android
PocketMoney OS X, Windows, Linux

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