Intuit Relents — Sort Of

If you are one of the many people who have been unhappily looking at the end of Quicken on Lion, Intuit’s Aaron Forth, General Manager of their Personal Finance Group, offered you some hope today. The company is working to make Quicken 2007 compatible with Lion, with an expected release date of “early Spring.” How they are planning to do this has been left intentionally vague. I’ve spent some quality time over the last couple of months comparing Quicken Mac, Quicken PC under emulation, and MoneyDance, and I was reluctantly ready to move to the PC version. (I’ve been running it under Crossover, which is unique in that it doesn’t require Windows, but it’s quirky and not for everybody). Now, if you can wait till Spring, you may not have to switch. For details, check out Quicken’s Lion FAQ.

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2 Comments on “Intuit Relents — Sort Of”

  1. Loren Says:

    See? Can Apple be far behind with FCP8?

  2. Jordan Says:

    I had switched from Quicken over to iBank to avoid the Lion incompatiblity, but I don’t think iBank has feature parity with Quicken 2007. I’ll consider moving back to Quicken if their Lion solution is good.


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