Monday, June 30, 2008

SplashMoney for iPhone and iPod Touch coming soon too

We have already mentioned that SplashID and SplashShopper are on their way to the iPhone shortly, but let's not forget about the SplashWallet application that is arguably most powerful - SplashMoney. With online banking downloads from many US banks, SplashMoney is a formidable competitor for Quicken on the desktop itself (available for both Windows and Mac OS). But as a mobile personal finance manager, it is second to none.

I should also mention that it is already available on Palm OS, Windows Mobile, and now BlackBerry as well.

The iPhone/iPod Touch version will have one new feature the others don't have yet - live updating currency. It's handy for recording transactions while you are traveling abroad in a different currency, converting them on the fly to your bank account's home currency.


Mark said...

Well, that just made my week. Once SplashID and SplashMoney are made available on iPhone, the Palm is in the bin. These are the only 2 apps I still use on Palm, but it'll be great to have everything on one device finally.

Just two questions... Will I be able to import all my transactions from my Palm to the iPhone? And will it export to Quicken on the desktop, like the Palm version does now?

9169479 said...

I have SplashID for Windows/Symbian. What's the upgrade path (i.e., $$)?

9169479 said...

What's the upgrade path? I've got SplashID for Windows/Symbian.

Yvonne said...

Bravo, bravissimo!

On my Palm, SplashMoney is the most frequently used app – even more than the basic Calendar/To Do/Address Book apps. So now I feel confident about moving from this sadly stagnant technology to the new iPhone.

Serge said...

Finally my old palm TX will stay in its drawer... Old, slow and ugly !!