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  • Quicken comes to iPhone
    Intuit announced Tuesday they'd be offering an iPhone formatted web app to pair up with their popular Quicken software. The service will run $3/month, and will launch on January 8th of 2008.

    Reuters.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Quicken comes to iPhone started by Kyle Matthews View original post
    Comments 9 Comments
    1. Sidetalker's Avatar
      Sidetalker -
      cool...time to find out what quicken is

      edit: well thats pretty neat...ish ... for people who have money
    1. dooley19's Avatar
      dooley19 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Sidetalker View Post
      cool...time to find out what quicken is

      edit: well thats pretty neat...ish ... for people who have money
      whats quicken?
    1. robbpell's Avatar
      robbpell -
      Quote Originally Posted by dooley19 View Post
      whats quicken?
      http://quicken.intuit.com/
    1. birdieman's Avatar
      birdieman -
      Last thing I want is to do accounting on iPhone, plus their recent screw up in the update file, I do not need to wipe out my little 8Gb HD!!!
    1. mobilexile's Avatar
      mobilexile -
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    1. mobilexile's Avatar
      mobilexile -
      after intuit's debacle with the mac version of quickbooks last week, i wouldn't trust this app any further than i could throw their ceo's dead body.
    1. vinodis's Avatar
      vinodis -
      While you wait for the iQuicken, Please give a try to Buxfer. You can even make your transaction entries using Twitter.
    1. cranie's Avatar
      cranie -
      What did I miss? I use Quicken 2006 on my iMac and it works great. I DON'T however use any online interconnection with my bank..I just use it as a check register that enters repeat monthly transactions automatically for me
    1. Turbo's Avatar
      Turbo -
      I feel kinda sketch doing my personal accounting and whatnot on a iPhone... I can understand the need for the software on your computer, but not on my cell phone.

      Also I hear they're going to be charging a monthly fee for the service?