iCash iCash Version 7.4.9
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Brief review for the previous version

iCash has a nicely laid out interface. If you’re judging on looks alone, iCash certainly has attractiveness to it. But, if you are looking for a program that actually makes sense, iCash might be a tad frustrating. The problem with this program is that navigating through the icons and tabs available is tough. Thankfully, there is a Help file available.


If you both have and take the time to look at the thick Help file (a Word document), you can figure out how to use iCash effectively. The issue is that compared to other programs in its class, iCash is unnecessarily confusing. In the program’s defense, iCash does have some useful features that you might find helpful.

Main Function

The developers behind iCash bill this program as a financial tool for all types of users. iCash is supposed to help you organize your cash flow, track your savings, and see where your money goes each month. Charts and graphs help users track financial information. If you can get past the confusing interface, iCash does manage to sort and file financial data adequately.

Extra Features

One nice added feature is that you can import bank transactions. Without much effort, every bank transaction you make can be imported. This is a useful feature that works well, though you might be hard-pressed to find something to do with those details once you have imported them.


$49.90 is a lot to pay for iCash. There is a light version of this program that’s less expensive, and a free version that I urge you to test out before you buy the full program. ?

Reviewer's rating

Reviewed by Harriette Halepis
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