The simple to use, Buddi, from The Digital Cave is a high performing personal finance and budgeting tool for users without an accounting degree. It runs as cross platform and covers major OSs like Mac, Windows and Linux computers.
Designed as an interestingly sleek tool, Buddi offers some awesome features that make using the tool a real fun. Buddi supports data encryption at the very first time a data file is saved. One can put a password on his files so they can securely protect data that they do not want anyone else to have access. The user also has privacy and they are confident about their information’s safety.
Buddi supports online transactions and users can buy anything online using this tool via an EFT system if the user has a Debit or Credit card. So it has a card reading capabilities if you have the necessary hardware support. This app supports importing and exporting of files. As a result, the user does not have to move to the bank in order to check on their accounts since they can download the information from their bank and import it in Buddi straight away. Since the tool allows exporting of files, it gives the user a change to save their information to another device. The program is compatible with different file formats and extension systems and supports them.
Though Buddi was designed for people with little financial background, it can be helpful to a person with a couple of accounts and has goals to achieve. Inside its programmed capabilities the sleek looking tool actually holds the most advanced calculating formula to save you money and to make wise transaction. The tool helps the user not to forget their budgets and run them well as planned. Its budget feature let you save and set up budget categories that are relatively easy, and with program, one can add, delete or modify a budget category.
|Buddi 184.108.40.206 Apr 3, 2019||This version includes a scheduled transaction offset, and a Croation translation.|
|Buddi 220.127.116.11 Aug 9, 2013||
· Added an --import option to load an .XML from a previously --extract'd data file. This lets users extract, modify, and re-import their changes.
· Added backup location option (under Advanced preferences) which lets users specify a directory to store backup files to, instead of backing up next to the data file. This location must exist, and must be writable, or an error is thrown and the file is not backed up.
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