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Quicken for Mac Launches With Web Access - MacRumors
I got it Not really Help us improve our support center. I am also a virtualized user of QW who wants to go Mac native. It took me a while to convinced myself I could live with the QM design and limitations, but I did. I got al my data converted and thought I was up and running, entering transactions in both systems for a while to be sure it was going to work.
When I finally set up on-line access for my Wells Fargo accounts, though, I hit the wall. They do support it for QM and for QW. It just times out trying to connect.
Support is of course no help at all. After many hours of work I sadly had to abandon QM Intuit cheerfully refunded my money…. Dennis — Thanks for sharing your experiences of Quicken on Mac.
Quicken for Mac is slow or freezes when updating transactions on Mac OS 10.12 (Sierra)
Glad to hear you got a refund at least. Though there is some merit to your criticism, it is rather harsh. Though I agree there are some growing pains with Quicken for Mac, keep in mind that it is built on the Quicken Essentials code base so it is a straightforward move. Granted, there are a few connectivity problems with a few select banks, for which the banks are partially responsible for.
Online access is a complex area that requires the involvement of the financial institutions FIs.
Given that there are literally thousands of FIs involved with Quicken, there are bound to be some hiccups. Granted it can be frustrating if your FI is one that is presenting a problem but from what I am seeing on support forums, there are not that many. Quicken is the next iteration of the development of Quicken for Mac and overall is an improvement over Quicken Essentials, adding to it Mobile Syncing in the US only and Investment Tracking. Since the introduction of Quicken Essentials, Intuit has brought over that paid release model to the Mac.
But since no successor to Essentials was released until Aug Essentials was first released in , Intuit delayed the expiration.
Now that Quicken has been out 6 months, Intuit is following through on the expiration model. I agree that pricing leaves much to be desired but keep in mind that Intuit discount offers are expected to increase the closer we get to the expiration date. And it appears that Intuit is finally solidly committing support of the Mac by putting together a responsive development team to push out ongoing updates to Quicken for free. All security price history was transferred, albeit only end of month data was retained for anything older than 1 year.
Not all of the securities will register however, because neither Yahoo nor Google Finance recognize Warrants or Rights for Canadian securities, and prices need to be changed for currency conversion. Entering prices manually is very cumbersome compared with Quicken and daily gains or losses become inaccurate when manual entries are used. I just trialled See Finance and found all data and price history transferred and it has much more functionality. Much closer to the old Quicken versions. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.