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Accounting isn’t boring anymore! I must be kidding, right? Well maybe a little, although nowadays there’s plenty of cool looking accounting software for your Mac.
Cloud-based accounting apps can turn your Mac into a hub for your finances without subjecting you to stacks of spreadsheets and ugly, cumbersome software. As opposed to many traditional client-based Mac accounting software, cloud apps can be quite beautiful, allowing you to take care of stuff like invoicing, expenses, and reporting from the comfort of an attractive, user-friendly interface.
I’ve picked out seven of the best looking cloud apps for finance that put the fun back into Mac accounting software:
For the freelancer or small business owner, client management, job management, time tracking, and invoicing all tend to be more complicated than is often necessary. But iBiz greatly simplifies all these processes by providing a clean and intuitive interface that is not overwhelming or hard to understand.
Keeping track of the time spent on a project, invoicing, invoice tracking, managing clients and job history are all items iBiz handles with ease.
We all struggle with procrastination from time to time, especially when overwhelmed with the size or scope of a project. There have been a number of studies and books written lately about the benefits of working for shorter periods of time, with regular short breaks in between. In combination with setting specific small goals to accomplish, this technique is supposed to help you stay focused on the task without getting overwhelmed, and makes you less likely to procrastinate.
The developers of Vitamin-R aimed to create an unobtrusive menu-bar app to help you manage your “time slices” and breaks, while encouraging you to stay focused on small tasks. Vitamin-R integrates many of the ideas described by these new productivity techniques into its functionality, but can it really help you stay focused?