Only thing keeping me from 5 stars is an outdated UI. Make this app look better and you’ll get 5 stars from me. EDIT: done; 2020 version is beautiful! Would not have known about it if developer hadn’t responded to my previous review.
Have been using MoneyWiz since Jan 2020 & am very happy with it. Started searching when PocketMoney changed their program & stopped working on iPad. There is a learning curve to get set up & started but it is relatively simple to learn & works well with iPad, android & Windows 10... up til Win 10 May 2004 update (which is crap- broke several Microsoft programs too!) The MoneyWiz support group (thanks Paul!) got me back up & running in a day! Answered emails within a couple of hours with clear, understandable instructions. I cannot praise their service enough. Worth the $50/yr subscription. PS- running well on Win 10 May 2004 update now. Had to uninstall & reinstall w/app settings set to allow installation from non-Microsoft source.
I have a Mac, iPad, and iPhone and all 3 devices es have different data. Does not work as advertised. Was advised by support to uninstall and reinstall. Now the device has a different balance that is still incorrect.
$50 annual (two free months) or $5 per month The cost of subscription should be given at the time you start the two week trial.
I use this everyday. Awesome app so far.
I have used MoneyWiz for years. I love the app but, most importantly, the developer went overboard to help me when “I” screwed up “my” accounts and I thought I had lost them. He came to my rescue and saved my bacon! The app is fantastic, the service is even better!
So far I am very very impressed by this app. I wish I’d know about it a long time ago it would’ve made my life easier. I just downloaded and purchased a year and I don’t think I’m gonna be canceling after the free week trial. Let’s see.
UPDATE: They did respond to my emails and were great helping me! Thank you! I liked using this app! It was great until I decided to purchase the month to month subscription. Soon after I did the system logged me off and I couldn’t log back in. I kept getting “invalid credentials” and when I tried to reset the password I got “you entered the wrong information.” Mind you all the information was correct! I tried contacting the developers and no answer. I’d really like my $4.99 back. I realized that using it without a subscription was better.
This is really a great app and worth the annual fee, really good details and reports. I love it. The biggest improvement I wish they could fix is the automatic categorizing for repeat transactions. For instance, WalMart, my app, after more than a year of use should be able to know that WalMart transactions is not in the category of debt payment, or taxes, or electric bill. My internet company, RTC, should know that this is a internet bill by now, not grocery or eating out. If these could be learned, and automatically categorize into the most recently used category this app would be 💯
Update 2: An exported CSV file is not a specific financial file type, but rather just a plain text spreadsheet file that can contain anything. That makes importing a CSV file more complicated and error prone. Importing a CSV file can only be done one account at a time and it is required that the account is already setup in the program prior to being able to import transactions. Also, split transactions cannot be imported from a CSV file. Update 1: As you said on April 13, 2015 “Re: QIF Export from MoneyWiz 2 Indeed this is something we are considering to add in the future updates of MoneyWiz 2 :) Can't tell you when exactly it will be ready as currently we are focused on fixing bugs, and improving stability and performance.” Original: I'm sorry. I will not use this product until you implement export to a .qif file. You promised it, and you haven't delivered.