My only substantial complaint about iBank for iPad is that it has very limited reporting tools. Investment accounts provide some basic graphs to help you understand how your portfolio is doing, but there are no graphs for personal income and expense categories. Even more important than the lack of graphs, there is no way to print out a budget comparison or end-of-year information that you can use when preparing your taxes. These are not deal killers by any stretch, but they are features that IGG Software must add to iBank for iPad to make it the killer personal financial app it has the potential to be.
iBank for iPad is, in a word, stellar. If you're still using Quicken on your Mac or, for that matter, iBank for your Mac, there's no reason not to move to this app. It's as good as, or better than, anything you're using online or on your Mac.
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