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UctoX Invoicing Software for Mac: Lifetime Subscription

With UctoX invoicing software for Mac, you can tackle invoicing for management bank statements, cash registers, storage, journeys, logs, and more. Now, thanks to a new Apple World Today deal, you can get a copy for only US$19.99; that’s 60% off the regular price.

UctoX Description

Invoicing is something you should have under control. With UctoX, you have everything in one place including an editor which lets you customize the invoice however you want to. UctoX 2 is a powerful, yet simple-to-use invoicing app – and much more! 

Unlike other invoicing apps, it also includes features of an accounting app: you can manage your bank statements, cash register, storage, journey log, and much more! It comes with 3 built-in print templates, but using the print editor, you can create your own just in a jiffy!

UxtoX Review

4.5/5 rating on Setapp: ★ ★ ★ ★1/2

UxtoX Features

  • Simplicity. Designed to be used without too much learning; there’s always a user guide available from the Help menu
  • Accounting features. Aside from invoicing, you can also manage your bank statements, cash register, storage, journey log, & much more
  • iCloud. Sync your accounts via iCloud – between all your devices (iOS & macOS)
  • Customizable. Customize the template for printing invoices, bills, & other documents

UxtoX System Requirements

  • macOS 10.12 or later

Details of the deal

  • Length of access: lifetime
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Access options: desktop
  • Max number of devices: 3
  • Version: 2.9
  • Updates included
  • Have questions on how digital purchases work? Learn more here

Terms of the deal

  • Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 30 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final.
  • This item is excluded from coupons.
Dennis Sellers
the authorDennis Sellers
Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.