Developer: Lucerne Systems
Current Version: 2.2.1
Last Updated: 9 months ago
Download Size: 2.2 MB - Download
Horizon is a unique financial management application that uses a one-of-a-kind calendar interface. To record income and payments, you simply click on a date and enter an amount. Horizon gives you the ability to categorize your incomes and expenditures, repeat re-occuring events, and quickly summarize everything between any two points in time.
You can hide and show different categories to focus on different aspects of your finances. You can move back and forward through time to see what things will be like next month, six months for now, or next year.
Horizon provides the following special features:
Simple data entry: just double-click on a date and enter the value.
Drag and drop to move copy/cells.
Build equations with almost no typing, using point-and-click references.
Use relative references, such as "yesterday", "last week", "last month". "last year".
Easy to use functions to total, count, average, and find highest and lowest values for a range of dates.
Simple repeat system for regular daily, weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly entries.
extensive on-line help in Apple Help Book form.
Brand new in version 2.0: edit-in-place data cells, simplified, 'infinite' repeats, a new equation editor, a new animated calendar navigator, and much more!
*BUG FIX Editing a cell value will now automatically select the cell category in the outline view.
Most Helpful Reviews
Financial bookeeping for dummies and experts alike. - I rank myself in the former, and being able to pin every single thing I do with my money to the day I did it makes my life much, much easier. Version 2 actually improved on the interface in similar fashion to the jump from OS 9 to OS X; an awesome improvement to an already strong product. Horizon's developer is also excellent with feedback and takes feature request quite seriously. Also, CATEGORIES! With the flick of a mouse, I can literally find out how much I spent on fast food on the 3rd sunday of August, or on liquor on my sister's birthday. No formulas to figure out. No tabs to open. Not one single line of text need be entered. Just set the date range you want and look over to the right. One teeny-tiny request Finally, I will warn that there is little instructional support available for this app, save for the help menu and easy as it is to figure out yourself. Caveat emptor, and all. Do yourself a favor, first download the free trial from the developer's site, and see if it's not better than the competition. Calendars were a great idea for tracking time. Turns out it's a great idea for tracking finances, as well.