GFP is a Java/Swing personal finance manager that is translated to 10 languages and is being translated to more. It supports credit card, checking, and savings accounts. It has an intuitive GUI that makes it easy to learn and use. It has a budget feature and many reports to help on finance management. After some months of usage, GFP begins to try to predict your finance behavior for the configured type of transactions.
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Translations||Chinese English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish Arabic|
Release Notes: This release opens its main window to guide the user through the first time usage and will start with the window size maximized. Some prediction routines were enhanced. A few bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release makes some performance enhancements on importing routines and general GFP usage that make GFP handle hundred of thousands transactions on screen. Now GFP imports data from OFC and OFX files, and also imports data from a specific Brazilian credit card report. Several language translations have been updated, and this release comes with all Brazilian and Portuguese banks (it will appear only for those kinds of users). The source code has begun to be translated into English, and some bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed and the "import from OFX file" feature was added. Now GFP will import from OFC and OFX files. For users from Brazil and Portugal, the full list of all banks already registered on system is included.
Release Notes: The source code has begun to be "translated" into English to facilitate international community participation. This release supports importing from OFC files, and data directly from a Brazilian bank credit card report. The docking framework was changed, so the application look has changed a little. Some annoying fields validation was changed, and third party libraries were updated.
Release Notes: Some mistranslated phrases were fixed and support for the Persian language was added.