I just completed a preview of Intuit’s Quicken Financial Life, which is now online at Macworld.com.
There have been some questions on the Macworld ForumÂ and requests for screenshots of other parts of the program, so I’m going to provide shots that we didn’t use in the Macworld article here.
It’s important to note that the current beta of Quicken Financial Life is REALLY a beta. In other words, there is much about this program that is not working yet, some of which is really important, like account reconciliation, which you cannot do using the current beta. What I was able to see worked nicely, but, again, it’s important to note that I did no testing with this program. I didn’t download account info from my bank, couldn’t reconcile an account. In fact, the data I used came directly from Intuit.
In short, the article was exactly what the title says, a Preview of an application that’s very much in the early stages of beta testing and at least six months away from potential release.
Here are two of the aforementioned screenshots:
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