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Quicken 2013 Review: Mobile Apps and New Budget

By November 16, 2012

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Quicken 2013 has mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Kindle Fire.When it comes to Quicken personal finance software, there are two complaints I've had for years. One is the lack of a free trial and the other is that there's been no mobile app since Quicken cut Landware off from developing Pocket Quicken a few years back.  There's still no free trial, but Quicken 2013 users finally get a shiny new mobile app for Android devices, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Kindle Fire.

Quicken 2013 also has a new budget module, which easily outdoes the wonky budget that comes with the previous year's version.

Read the details in my Quicken 2013 review.

Image: Quicken iPad App courtesy of Intuit/Quicken

Comments
December 3, 2012 at 4:56 am
(1) Alastair says:

Thanks for review. Just want recommend to complement it with Numeric Notes for better finance calculations.

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