Intuit to Sell off Quicken
As financial software firm Intuit continues to lose money, it has announced that it will be selling off Quicken, QuickBase, and Demandforce. However, the company will be holding on to QuickBooks, which picked up 110,000 subscribers during the last fiscal quarter. As for the fate of Quicken, we can only hope it’s picked up by a developer friendlier to Mac users.
Personally, I don't care, I switched to Moneydance a few years ago and It meets my needs quite nicely,
Agreed; it's way too late. I switched to SEE Finance.
Quicken is one of the anchor applications which keeps me tethered to MacOS 9 systems. I have 20 years worth of data in Quicken and would LOVE to migrate to a full-strength version of Quicken running on modern Macs.
"full strength is debatable but there is a perfectly usable Quicken 2007 and 2015 generations of Quicken that work on OS X 10.10.5 or older versions of Apple's operating system, so you can retire that ancient Mac OS 9 system. Also you can import your old data into the more modern release. You may need the Quicken File Exchange Utility.
I 2nd Bradley's comment. I've been a happy user of Quicken Mac 2007 for may years and it runs fine on my iMac running Yosemite.
Last I checked (beta testing) the 2015 version was hardly usable for reports, data entry and investment tracking so I stuck with 2007. I haven't found another program yet that can do everything Quicken Mac 2007 can do.