Money 5 is now more than one year old. And it was an eventful year as Money evolved at a tremendous pace! We have released more than 50 updates to Money across macOS and iOS versions adding features, offering bug fixes and improvements for issues that were discovered by our users.
Even before launching Money, we have already had a large roadmap of features that we wanted to introduce over time. Some of them have already made their way into Money, but the things that we are working on now are really something that we are very excited about and will bring noticeable changes into Money, as well as open the gates for the features we have planned further in the future.
Our development team is already finishing up a proprietary iCloud sync framework, which will not only bring a significantly quicker, more reliable, and overall seamless iCloud sync experience to the users of Money, but will also open up more possibilities to add features in the future. This is the only upcoming feature that we hope our users will never get to see. Simply because we want iCloud sync to be so quick and flawless that you never have to notice it.
In addition to that, we are also working hard on bringing Direct Downloads as a standalone feature in Money for iOS. Meaning that you will no longer need a Mac to use it. This is very important to us because there is a substantial and constantly growing base of users, who rely on iOS devices as their primary daily drivers.
We are also hard at work on something that will make Money not just a personal finance tracker, but also a powerful personal accounting tool, something that was popularly requested from us since day one – a table view in accounts. It will bring an industry-standard column view, which will enable more flexibility and sorting options, as well as a much more condensed view of your transactions! In addition to this, we also plan to implement budget presets, so you could easily keep track of multiple budgets at once.
Additionally, we are working on another feature, that was a very popular request by users – shared accounts. This means that you will soon be able to keep track of your own accounts, as well as have shared accounts with your family and friends.
We are convinced that these significant additions will only strengthen Money in being your sweetest personal finance tracker. We do not have accurate release dates for these features yet, but they will start gradually rolling out to users in the near future!