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Money Journal / Money Journal HD
Price: $2.99 / $4.99
Version: 2.1
Category: Finance
Devices: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad
It is recommended to use iTunes' file sharing to backup/restore data in Money Journal.
Money Journal Sync
You can use Money Journal's backup feature to copy all the data in Money Journal to your Mac or PC. It is recommended to take a backup regularly in order to avoid sudden data loss, in case you lose your iPhone or iPod touch or when you need to reinstall iPhone OS. In order to make a backup, "Money Journal Sync" software is required.

Money Journal Sync for Mac (0.8MB) download
Money Journal Sync for Windows (0.4MB) download
System Requirements
  • Mac OS X "Leopard" *
  • Windows XP/Vista **
  • Java (required for Windows XP/Vista)
  • WiFi Network ***
* Money Journal Sync runs on Mac OS X "Tiger"; however, it is not officially supported.
* You do not need to install Java if you are using Mac OS X.
** If you are using a Windows computer, install Java before proceeding.
*** Your computer and your iPhone or iPod touch must be connected to the same WiFi network.

Launch Money Journal and tap the screen to bring up a tool bar. Tap the "export" button (forth one from the right) and tap "File Transfer". After a moment, Money Journal connects to a WiFi network and displays an IP address. Leave Money Journal as it is.

Launch Money Journal Sync and enter the IP address shown in Money Journal. Click "Backup" button when ready.

Please do not touch Money Journal or Money Journal Sync while the backup operation is in progress. When completed, you will see a message, "Backup is completed." Quit Money Journal and Money Journal Sync when the backup is completed.
When the data in Money Journal is lost for any reason, you can restore the data from the latest backup. All data in Money Journal will be overwritten when you perform restore operation. Click here for more information.
File Transfer
Money Journal supports file transfer mode. You can use your web browser on Mac or PC to download photos and CSV files in Money Journal. Click here for more information.