Koku is a Mac application that helps you keep track of your expenses and cash deposits saving you from a trip at the bank or from having to log into different online banking sites. By using this program, you can access the data of your personal bank account from the comfort of your home.
Once the information you require is available on your Mac, you can start tagging your expenses in order to know how the cash was spent and, if necessary, look for ways to save some money by setting monthly budget limits. The reports created using Koku can also be synchronized with your phone and accessed when you're on the go.
You can configure the program to back up the balance details daily or weekly. So that in case something goes wrong with your Mac, the information won't be lost. Also, an integrated search tool will help you find any expense or deposit you've made in the past.
An aspect I don't like about using this application is that it requires Mac OS X 10.8 or later in order to use it. Therefore, if the OS X version installed on your Mac is older than the aforementioned one, the program cannot be installed.
To conclude, if the disadvantage I mentioned previously isn't an issue for you, I recommend you to try Koku. This program helps you keep track of your monthly expenses, analyze your budget history and reduce unnecessary money spending.