Intuit yesterday announced that QuickBooks is now compatible with both the BlackBerry and the iPhone via its IntuitLabs.com website.
Users can check bank and credit card balances, track money owed, find vendors and customer contact information and keep running balance sheet and profit and loss reports.
IntuitLabs.com is an early concept site and the company is encouraging customers to try it out and provide feedback.
I would be more interested in Quicken for my Blackberry that allows me to sync my Curve up to Quicken on my PC. This way I can track expenses and deposits when I am out and then transfer them into my PC when I sync up.
That would be the first application that I would actually purchase for my Blackberry.
I agree with Eric. Having had a Dell Pocket PC back in the day, Quicken had a small app one could enter expenses while out, then sync with the PPC. It was very handy.
Hope they make a BB version soon.
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I also agree i have pocket quicken on my wife’s palm, I have a blackberry it would be great if i could sync both to qicken.
I feel quicken is really missing out on this market, there are a lot of BB users out there who would really buy something that works on there phones.
I would realllllllly like it if i could do my invoicing, add credit card charges & other purchases wtih my BB 8350i. Then sync up with main pc when i return to the office.