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Aug 31

Cha-Ching
A Money Manager
and A Special Offer! – Matinee

Normally: $40.00

ZOT Price: $20.00

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Accounts

a place for everything

Manage all of your checking, savings and credit card accounts in one, comfortable spot. Use the online tab to review your transactions side by side with your online banking account from within Cha-Ching. Or simply import your QIF files directly into Cha-Ching.

Budgets

all you can spend

The completely redesigned Budgets in Cha-Ching is the perfect tool to keep track of everything you are spending and earning. Simply set a couple of tag-based rules to keep track of all of your incomes and expenses and Cha-Ching sits ready at your fingertips to compile all that data into a clear and concise overview. Plan your budgets and let Cha-Ching make sure you keep to them.

Scheduler

manages your upcoming transactions

Never miss a bill again. While Cha-Ching can’t make them magically vanish, the new Scheduler keeps track of all of your upcoming transactions. Create a bill with a title, due date and repeat setting, set your tags and Cha-Ching takes care of the rest.

Scheduler

and regular ones

Organize your money any way you want! Just like iTunes, Cha-Ching lets you create smart folders to group your data any way you want.

Interface

simply stunning

Cha-Ching has been redesigned from the ground up to offer you a simple, fun and sexy way to manage your money. Try the demo and see for yourself!

Requires Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later. Leopard Ready. Universal Binary.

Click to Midnight Apps’ Cha-Ching Site for more info.

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7 Responses to “Cha-Ching/Matinee”

  1. Cameron Says:

    Test out the demo carefully before buying Cha-Ching. The developer does not do a good job of fixing bugs. Many bugs were left in the 1.xx series, before the developer moved to a 2.xx series beta, introducing whole new bugs. Seems impossible to get a stable release.

  2. gryphonent Says:

    I donated to this developer when he still was behind CastLife on MacZot. Back then everybody was promised a free license for his next app, which proved to be Cha-Ching. Of course, the license never appeared… and CastLife was never updated. Eventually I got Cha-Ching through a Bundle deal… and immediately trashed it. If you’re serious about accounting and budgeting, check out MoneyWell… or even better LiquidLedger. The latter being the only app that can handle multi currency calculations and follows proper accounting rules (which do apply even in your household).

  3. oneblessedguy Says:

    Definitely check out MoneyWell. I have NEVER done business with a better and more responsive developer. I think I got the program through a MacZot but I would buy it again. It uses envelope budgeting in a cool, slick electronic format that is easy to use and gives you what you truly need: money management.

    If you want to check out the responsiveness of the developer, go to the MoneyWell website and go to the forums. He is VERY active.

    I can’t say enough about MoneyWell. It is the most positive financial program I have ever used. I know how much money I really have instead of how much is in my account. I know this seems like a weird statement but until you try it out it won’t make much sense. I had to re-think and re-understand my financial situation. MoneyWell made me change the way I think about and see my money flow.

    Anyway, check it out. I too have a license for Cha-Ching that I am not using.

  4. Butch Hauke Says:

    I want to like Cha-Ching, but it doesn’t even do loans for cripes sake! I’ll pass.

  5. Butch Hauke Says:

    Also, no mention if this includes a free update to 2.0. Does it?

  6. Rafael Bugajewski Says:

    Don’t buy this software. The whole implementation and support isn’t even worth half of the price. Look for better alternatives (with better support and faster bug fixing). The guys behind Cha-Ching even don’t get an update out before their own beta expiration period expires.

  7. Vince Says:

    Cha-Ching looks nice, but should be avoided by anyone wanting a money management program that actually works. The two that I highly recommend are iBank and MoneyWell. Both have active, professional developers and both are very stable, well-thought out programs with real support. I own a license to Cha-Ching and I regret it. Save your money!