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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by slabman, Jan 3, 2009.
Saw this new product at Fry's today...wondering if anyone has tried it?
Quicken for the Mac has been around for ages
I use it and have for years
Woof, Woof - Dawg
Duff-Man says....huh? What new Quicken product? If you are talking about Q2008 for Mac that's been out for well over a year and has been discussed around here a few times. The "new" version is in beta and not expected to be released until mid year - there's a thread around here about that too....oh yeah!
I just got my invite and download for beta version of the new "financial life" product. Have not played with it much. I heeded advice to not install 2008 for the Mac, and have thus far stuck with 2007 for Windows.
I was disappointed to find out that quicken financial life will not be released until summer. How does the quicken Mac 2007 work with Leopard? The website says it is best for Panther or earlier. I am tired of waiting for QFL...
I downloaded and installed the Quicken beta Financial Life. Not too impressive. Intuit is really going downhill IMO.
I just received a pop-up on my Quicken 2006 for Windows (running via Parallels) that Intuit will no longer offer download services after April this year. That puts me in a real dilemma.
I want to get Quicken onto the Mac proper - because I want to dump my Windows clone and Quicken is the only reason I keep it - and was waiting/hoping that QFL would be up to snuff. Now it's not going to come in time and I'm going to have to buy a new version of Quicken, either for Windows or Mac. I've tried other apps but I really like the Quicken (for Windows) interface and I'm just so used to it now.
I think I'll download a trial of Quicken for Mac, see if I can navigate the conversion and then decide if I can live with it or if I have to stick with the slightly cumbersome Parallels installation.
I prefer mint.com.
Steven, does Mint interface well with BofA, by chance...do you happen to know? I want to be able to pay bills with it. And how easy is it to import Quicken files into it?