SplashMoney for BlackBerry Now Available!

SplashMoney for BlackBerry
By Kevin Michaluk on 2 Jul 2008 10:28 am EDT

I know we have a bunch of Ex-Treo users on the site who will be very happy to read this news... SplashMoney for BlackBerry is now available!

SplashMoney is a complete personal financial manager for handhelds and desktop computers that allows users to securely record transactions, track account balances, generate reports and budgets, and manage finances while on the go. SplashMoney features a streamlined user interface, charting of financial data, the ability to assign icons to transactions, transaction filtering, and bank account reconciliation. The software supports most account types, including checking, savings, credit card, cash, asset, liability, and money market accounts.

SplashMoney sells for $29.95 and a free 30-day trial is available. For those who have owned SplashMoney before, a $9.95 Cross Platfom upgrade is also available. Look for a full CrackBerry.com revew in the near future!

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Reader comments

SplashMoney for BlackBerry Now Available!


Rockin, this is one of the few apps I own for palm I can now use on my BB instead. One step closer to using my BB as my primary PDA and keeping the palm T5 around for entertainment.

This is the one program I've been waiting for. Ascendo was ok, but they can't touch SplashMoney. I absolutely love the fact that it retrieves my bank info without issue.

I am so happy that this is finally released....the group who tested it aggressively, & now the application I loved on my Treo the most is now working flawlessly on my Curve 8330.

Good work Justin & Splash Data!!!!

This is a great app that I used on my Treo. When I switched to the BB I switched to just the desk top version. I was just updated a couple of accounts right before coming over here and then I see that they now have the update for BB. I am leaving here to see what the cost is for the BB upgrade.

I would suggest this app for anyone who wants to dump their check book. I have never had any issues with it.

I downloaded the program and put it on my Curve 8320. At first it would not connect to my bank but i figured out I had to go to my bank's website and do something in the settings so i can export my information to quicken type programs. Now it works fine. I dont have to worry about calling and checking my balances. I will deffinally be getting the real version once my trial is over. I used the splash program and saw that I have no money to buy it now :(

I cant get it to load the bank listings to choose from. It keeps coming up in error that the request couldnt be completed. I emailed their support, just waiting to hear back but hope to get this working.

Bank of America went absolutely smooth for me. The ONLY gripe I have is that it doesn't auto save or prompt for save when you hit the back button. You have to move "forward" by selecting "Ok" in the menus to go back to the previous screen. Takes a little getting used to , but it's a minor thing.

I like the look of this application. Sadly, like most BB data applications, the data con't be stored on the SD card.

I would really like to see some of these data applications start utilizing the SD card for storing information (not the application itself) rather than using up vital internal memory.

That being said, I do like it.

Finally a personal finance software I can understand! I ran this on my Palm TX and was sorely disappointed that there was nothing comparable for my BB. Downloaded it, installed it, lovin it!