SplashData today announced SplashMoney, a personal finance application for Palm OS handhelds that allows users to manage their finances while on the go.
SplashMoney is an electronic checkbook and credit card register that allows users to record transactions, track account balances, reconcile bank statements, generate cash flow analysis reports and manage finances while on the go. SplashMoney may be used stand-alone on a Palm OS handheld or as a companion to desktop software such as Quicken or Microsoft Money.
“Palm has demonstrated technology that will allow users to purchase items electronically with a Palm OS handheld by beaming transactions wirelessly,” said John Chaffee, President of SplashData. “SplashMoney is the first of a broad line of products from SplashData that leverage Palm’s vision of turning your handheld into a virtual wallet. From electronic checkbook and credit card registers to personal identification cards and shopping lists, SplashData is well positioned to be the leading provider of virtual wallet products and services.”
Pricing and Availability SplashMoney is available now for $19.95 direct from SplashData at www.splashdata.com. A full functioning 30-day trial version is also available for download.
System Requirements SplashPhoto supports all handhelds running Palm OS 3.1 or later, including the Palm IIIe, IIIxe, IIIc, V, Vx, VII, VIIx, m100, m105, m500 and m505; and
the Handspring Visor, Deluxe, Platinum, Prism and Edge. The SplashMoney Conduit, the HotSync desktop software for synchronizing transactions with Quicken and Microsoft Money, is available now for Windows 95, 98, NT4, 2000 and ME. The Mac version will ship in early May and supports Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X.