9 responses to Import your Bank Account transactions into the Account Tracker iPad app with ease


    Just added support for Rabobank (NL). If you want me to support your bank as well, please send me a sample export file and I’ll see what I can do!


    SNS Bank (NL) is now supported as well.


    Just added support for ING Bank (NL).


    Brilliant! Just what I’m looking for too. But … can you help please. Not sure I’m going about this the right way!

    I’ve downloaded the zip file from GitHub on to my Windows PC and extracted into a Drop Box Folder.

    Don’t understand this next part :
    cp -pr ./conf/settings.example.inc.php ./conf/settings.inc.php
    vim ./conf/settings.inc.php

    so.. using windows explorer.I’ve copied the /conf/settings.example.inc.php and renamed the file to settings.inc.php

    Try to edit php file using Notepad and am getting a huge long line of text – is there a better way of editing?

    How do I run a php?

    Your help would be much appreciated. The app is not going to be much use to me either without an automatic bank import !! Didn’t realise it wasn’t a feature 😦

    BTW will be trying to set up Barclays (UK)


      Hi Elaine,
      Sorry for not getting back to you any sooner. Do you still need help or does it already work?
      Let me know! 🙂


        Thanks Remi, no still stuck!


        Hi Elaine,
        Setting up PHP on a Windows server is possible, but might not be easy if you do not have some technical skills. I’m using both Linux and Apple Mac OSX, so that is somewhat different. But anyway, I’d suggest doing this:

        1. Download PHP 5.4.14 (or latest stable) from http://www.php.net/downloads.php
        2. Extract to a folder on your PC
        3. Rename php.ini-recommended to php.ini
        4. You should now be able to use ‘php.exe’ program from the black DOS box (Start | run | cmd.exe)

        To run a PHP:
        c:\folder\to\php.exe script.php

        To edit a PHP, try a little more advanced Notepad: Notepad++ for example. You can download it here: http://notepad-plus-plus.org/

        I hope this gets you started 🙂


    It says there is a free trial but it cost £1.99

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