That’s the question many of you ask after the latest update to all three of the Money apps. Here’s how it works.
In the previous version of Money, those who use it on more than one device kept their data files on iCloud. For some of you the sync worked, for others it didn’t. In any case, now that the iCloud sync has been replaced with the Wi-Fi method, Money needs to retrieve your data file back from iCloud to your devices.
The data will migrate to the first device that you will update. For instance, if you start updating your Money apps by downloading the new version for Mac, your Money document will be downloaded to your Mac. It will no longer be accessible from your iPhone and/or iPad until you sync them with your Mac using the good old Wi-Fi method.
If the data migration seems to be taking too long, try killing the app and relaunching it. Money will try to retrieve your data on each relaunch until it finally succeeds.
If you cannot access the document from the Mac version, you can trigger the data migration by selecting File > Download from iCloud.
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