“Quicken on Thursday announced the 2017 editions of its personal finance apps for Mac and iOS, which include a variety of enhancements, particularly in the core Mac suite,” Roger Fingas reports for AppleInsider.
“The Mac app has been been updated with a new interface, said to be easier and more visually appealing without forcing users to learn new commands,” Fingas reports. “New custom reports let users compare income and spending, filtered by account(s) and a specified time period. Finally, Quicken Bill Pay lets users handle bills from within the app, though enrolling costs $9.95.”
Fingas reports, “The companion iOS app now offers better search functions, and lets users track their investments without returning to the desktop software.”
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