Networth Bundle Now Available on the App Store

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MyNetWorth Version 1.7 and iNetWorth (Mac Catalyst) Version 1.6 Published on Mac App Store

MyNetWorth has been updated to Version 1.7 and the macOS (Mac Catalyst) Version of iNetWorth has been updated to Version 1.6. The Export View to CSV function in MyNetWorth has been much improved by setting the saved file type to .csv automatically and, more importantly, by including a running balance column in the exports generated in the Accounts, Payees and Reports Views. The Mac Catalyst version of iNetWorth has run very nicely under macOS (on my Mac M1 Mini) since the release of (iOS) Version 1.
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iNetWorth Version 1.5 Published on App Store

Version 1.5 of iNetWorth has been published on the App Store. This latest version represents a significant upgrade and includes: The capability to generate reports, based on the filtering of all transactions by account, payee, start date and/or end date, and also to export those reports as CSV files; The capability to hide and show cleared transactions in AccountsDetailView and PayeesDetailView to aid reconciliation; Dates formatted to match the locale determined by currency selected throughout the app;
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Synchronisation between MyNetWorth and iNetWorth

Please note that iCloud synching from iOS to macOS devices is occasionally delayed. If you are not prompted to upload an updated file when you run MyNetworth but you know that you have edited your file in iNetWorth, please check the modification date of your file on your iCloud drive, using the macOS Finder app; your iCloud drive may have not been synchronised. To ‘force’ iCloud synchronisation, try running iNetWorth on your iOS device and reload your data file by tapping the ‘<’ symbol next to the filename at the top of the screen and then tapping on your file in the iOS Files app.
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Mac Mini M1 - Wow!

I recently retired my iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2013) after Apple had decided it was too old to host macOS 11 Big Sur. This is despite my having replaced its standard mechanical HDD with a Crucial 500 Gb SSD, using an OWC upgrade kit. I can recommend OWC. Their products are first class (I put the iMac’s old HDD into an OWC enclosure and used it as a Time Machine backup disk after the upgrade) and the OWC instructions/video on how to carry out the upgrade were also first class.
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