Ma Tirelire

Programmable bank account manager

Taking care of your bank accounts has got to be one of the most mundane day-to-day chores. Install Ma Tirelire on your Palm though, and things get much easier. View full description

PROS

  • Supports multiple accounts
  • Check-tracking feature
  • Macros and direct typing
  • Plenty of stats
  • Warns you when you're overdrawn

CONS

  • Interface is a little daunting to start

Excellent
9

Taking care of your bank accounts has got to be one of the most mundane day-to-day chores. Install Ma Tirelire on your Palm though, and things get much easier.

Despite its rather silly name, Ma Tirelire is actually a seriously comprehensive mobile money management tool, allowing you to make financial decisions while you're on the move. You can set up multiple accounts in Ma Tirelire, allowing you to organize your personal, business, or archived accounts simply in tandem.

The text-heavy user interface is a little daunting at first and it takes a while to get used to the location of the various menus and commands Ma Tirelire has to offer. Once you do though, you'll be amazed at how powerful the application is. You can manage everything from day-to-day transactions, through transactions splits, to inter-account transfers.

One of my favorite things about Ma Tirelire is its support for direct typing and macros, which serve to make it easier to enter transactions quickly, as you have a pre-made template for recording movements. Add to this tools for tracking checks, updating exchange rates, and a wealth of useful statistics, and Ma Tirelire represents a very useful tool for keeping your finances in order.

If you have a bank account and you have a Palm device, I highly recommend installing Ma Tirelire.

Ma Tirelire

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Ma Tirelire 2.1.1

User reviews about Ma Tirelire

  • ferripaolo

    by ferripaolo

    "Excellent program !"

    I only have to give thanks to the skilled programmer that lets us have as a gift this Masterpiece.! I have many differe... More.

    reviewed on October 19, 2009