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Quicken 2014/2015 Money Management

By Intuit Inc.

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Quicken 2014/2015 is the free mobile companion app to your Quicken 2014 or 2015 desktop software for Mac or Windows.

The Quicken 2014/2015 app syncs your Quicken desktop software to your iPhone or iPad, so you can make smart decisions about your money no matter where you are. With over 30 years of helping people reach their financial goals, Quicken is the best cash flow and budgeting tool to help you reach yours too.

• Automatically syncs your desktop and mobile data, so you’ll always have a clear financial picture. You can even snap and store receipts from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
• View balances and transactions—know what’s going on with your checking, saving, credit card, and manual accounts.
• Automatically pulls in your budgets—track expenses and see what you have left to spend.
• Easy-understand graphs show a clear picture of where your money is going.
• Manually add transactions at the time of purchase to keep your balances up-to-date.
• Split transactions for an accurate view of spending.
• Get alerts sent to your mobile device—stay on top of changes to your accounts.
• View your information from your latest sync, even when you’re not online.

To begin using the Quicken 2014/2015 app, first create an Intuit ID from your Quicken 2014 or 2015 desktop software. You will need this ID to log-in to the app and begin syncing your data. Note: Quicken 2013 desktop users need to use a different mobile app called Quicken 2013 Money Management.

• Proven encryption technology.
• Partners with TRUSTe and VeriSign for layered security.
• Passcode protected. Only you can view your information.
• Deactivate the app at any time through Quicken on your desktop.

To use the Quicken 2014/2015 app, you must have Quicken 2014 or 2015 desktop software for Mac or Windows: Starter Edition, Deluxe, Premier, Home & Business, or Rental Property Manager.
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What's New in Version 2.0.0

• New design optimized for iOS 7 to provide the best mobile experience.
• Works with Quicken 2015 for Mac desktop software, including the ability to snap and store receipts.
• Charts available now for iPhone (not just iPad)
• Bug Fixes


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Customer Reviews

Ignored Requests Since 2013!

This app has potential but not with the current developers. Since 2013, the review for the quicken mobile app has been 2 stars. They say to provide requests for changes to the app on their satisfaction website which I have done. In the 2013 app, they first didn't have the ability to tag transactions (which they later added), they didn't have the ability to split transactions, (which when they added didn't all to then tag the split transactions). The idea of having a mobile app is to be able to enter transactions when mobile. What is the point if you don't provide a basic entry function such as splitting transactions or tagging them? They say you can then go to your desktop version and make the modifications. What's the point then? You may as well enter the transactions in the desktop in the first place. Not very customer focused developers or reasonable developers either. Get some new ones and make this mobile app right! BTW Mint doesn't cut it for the features that are built in on the desktop version of Quicken. Mint doesn't have tags for example. Great for some users, but not for advanced users. If I were rating the desktop version of Quicken (Windows) I would give it 5 stars!! Amazing the difference between the desktop version and this app. Very poorly executed and written.

Not bad...

If you have used Mint, then you know how this app works. The difference is that it doesn't download transactions for you in the app like Mint does. So far, it seems to download cleared transactions only just like Quicken. Mint also includes pending transactions. With Quicken, the only pending transactions you get are those you enter yourself. The app also has the cool benefit of taking a picture of your receipt and saving it with the transaction entry.

You must accept this app for exactly what it is. It is an extension of the desktop client. It lets you view what has been entered from Quicken on your PC. It also lets you manually enter transactions while on the go to be synced with Quicken on your PC later. If you intend to manually enter transactions from a mobile device, it would be best to setup your Quicken client on your PC to update and cloud sync upon opening. You must cloud sync again when closing Quicken on your PC. If you skip these steps, you will experience issues!! I think most people who have issues with this app may just not understand the principles of how cloud sync was intended to be used with Quicken.

OK it is working perfectly now you just have to know the how tos

When I reviewed this app awhile back I was having all kinds of trouble using it. I’ve since learned how to get it set up on my MacBook Air. This is a one computer app and at this time if you want to use it on a desktop and laptop you have to buy the product twice. Well now that it is working great on my laptop and I was even able to add a new credit card account and knew what passwords to put in. I think that is the main problem with Quicken….There is your Quicken id and password and your bank id and pin. Quicken doesn’t like the two step sign in either for banks. Once you understand these things you are good to go and since I removed my 2 step login to my bank I now have a good app and I’m so happy. I’ve used Quicken since the beginning and it is good to have it back. The only, only thing I miss from the old PC days is the calendar screen where I can plug in bills and note. That would make the App a 6 stars.

Quicken 2014/2015 Money Management
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Finance
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.0.0
  • Size: 20.6 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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