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Moneydance 2017.7 (1666)
OS X macOS 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.12 (Sierra), 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.10 (Yosemite), OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion) & 10.7 (Lion)
After downloading, double-click the Moneydance.zip file. (Note: Safari may do this for you automatically). Next, drag Moneydance from your Downloads folder to your Applications folder and double-click it. You can also drag Moneydance to your dock where it can be launched with a single-click.
Windows Windows Installer (32-bit) Windows Installer (64-bit)
After the download is finished, double-click to install Moneydance.
32-bit 64-bit Debian & Ubuntu DEB Package (32-bit) DEB Package (64-bit) Red Hat RPM RPM Package (32-bit ) RPM Package (64-bit) Other Linux tar.gz Package (32-bit ) tar.gz (64-bit) Package Other Linux Install Script (32-bit ) Install Script (64-bit)
Debian & Ubuntu Based Systems
After the download is finished, double-click the moneydance_linux_x86.deb file to install. The installer normally places Moneydance in /opt/Moneydance but the GUI-based installers prompt for the location to install Moneydance. Installers for other Linux variants are here:
Other Linux Distributions
After the download is finished, untar the downloaded file (using the command “tar xzf moneydance_other.tar.gz”) which will create a directory named “moneydance”. In that directory, create a symbolic link from “jre” to the directory where Java is installed on your system (for example “cd moneydance; ln -s /usr/java1.7 jre”). You can then run the “moneydance” script in the new directory to start Moneydance. If you don’t have Java installed on your system you can download a copy for free from Java.com.
Preview versions of our Moneydance app for Android.