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  • At last multi-user! But where on earth is multi-currency? Hasn't QB heard of globalization? No accounting program in this day and age can expect to be taken seriously without multi-currency capability.
    If Filemaker can make a totally consistent database across Windows and Mac, surely QB should have the resource to do likewise...
    I would really like to use QB for Mac. I bought the previous version and liked it as far as it goes - but it just doesn't go anywhere near far enough. This new version seems to be better but without multi-currency, it is a non-starter for many prospective users - like me.
  • In a subsequent press release, Intuit assured all Mac users that to maintain 'ease of transition' to QB for Mac 2012 from previous versions, the user interface inconsistencies of earlier versions would be preserved and certain long engrained workarounds would remain as features.
    sigh.........
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by GordonComstock
    In a subsequent press release, Intuit assured all Mac users that to maintain 'ease of transition' to QB for Mac 2012 from previous versions, the user interface inconsistencies of earlier versions would be preserved and certain long engrained workarounds would remain as features.
    sigh.........


    Including, presumably, the fact that a Mac user can't be a client for a Windows QuickBooks network.
    double sigh....
  • Again, Intuit is treating Mac users with no respect. If we upgraded to Lion, we were forced to pay full price for QB 2011 which really had no new features over 2010 except for multi-users. Now they expect us to pay full price to go to 2012 for a better search function?
  • This product should be around $40 for the first seat. Intuit needs to re-evaulate! I'll be looking for an alternative on my windows partition.
  • Puh-leeze. QuickBooks is a piece of junk. So QuickBooks 2012 for Mac has finally caught up to QuickBooks 1995 for Windows?
    QuickBooks for Mac will never, ever, ever, ever hold a candle to the BEST accounting package for the Mac, which is AccountEdge.
    And anybody who believes that Intuit actually gives a damn about the Mac platform clearly hasn't been paying attention to how Intuit has treated all their loyal Quicken customers of over 20 years. Intuit is a horrible company that makes horrible products with horrible customer service (straight to you from India!).
    I wouldn't give Intuit one more penny of my money if my life depended on it.
    I support REAL COMPANIES that make GREAT PRODUCTS that WHOLEHEARTEDLY SUPPORT THE MAC... such as AccountEdge (for business accounting) and iBank (for personal finances).
    Sure, AccountEdge and iBank both have their problems too, but at least they CARE about their Mac customers and WANT to continually make the best products for Mac users.
    Intuit has shown their true colors, and they are a disgusting company.
  • Intuit, where is multi-currency support? Another epic fail.
  • I've been using QkBks with assisted payroll on a PC Lap Top while the rest of the office runs on Macs for the last few years. I just got off the phone with Intuit Support and the Assisted Payroll service WILL NOT run on Macs. They just don't get it - Macs are taking over the business world and they are being left behind!!
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by awmawm
    Intuit, where is multi-currency support? Another epic fail.


    Exactly! One of the many reasons I use AccountEdge, since I have clients in Australia.
    Also, QuickBooks for Mac doesn't even let you create a purchase order from an estimate or an invoice. Um, hello, Intuit?
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by KenMD
    I've been using QkBks with assisted payroll on a PC Lap Top while the rest of the office runs on Macs for the last few years. I just got off the phone with Intuit Support and the Assisted Payroll service WILL NOT run on Macs. They just don't get it - Macs are taking over the business world and they are being left behind!!


    Yep. Yet ANOTHER feature that AccountEdge offers to Mac users! My hatred for Intuit grows stronger by the day.
  • Intuit has let Mac users down for over six years. Quicken is one of the best programs for keeping your personal finances in order. The bill-pay function is a must for a hectic family life. Since Quicken 2007 is the only game in town, we are forced to keep our Macs on Snow Leopard. Intuit should be punished for their callus behavior.
  • What were the 50 new features? It's sad when Intuit is touting the ability to search and view really basic data as a big deal. Isn't that the point of your program in the first place?
  • Why is everybody so down on Intuit. They are a small company, and the one Mac guy they have has to split his time between QuickBooks and Quicken. Sure, they do have several thousand people working on the Windows versions of these products, as well as a bunch of others, but they have to prioritize based on marketshare and perception, and they only have numbers for those from back in 1998...
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by whatisgoingon
    [...] and they only have numbers for those from back in 1998...


    ... because they use their own products to track sales.
    i, too, will never give intuit another cent of money. i have quicken disks going way back and every time i gave them money i got virtually nothing in return. not any more. didn't quicken have its start on the mac?
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by Pooch
    ... because they use their own products to track sales.
    i, too, will never give intuit another cent of money. i have quicken disks going way back and every time i gave them money i got virtually nothing in return. not any more. didn't quicken have its start on the mac?


    Amen. Very pissed. And what's with this QuickenLoans business? Did they just sell the name for a pile of cash, or are they in the banking business now? Hope they don't dump TurboTax for Mac next. Maybe they're secretly owned by Google.
  • I switched to iBank in preparation for migrating to Lion. As much anger as I have for Intuit, I cannot say that iBank has anything like the ease of use Quicken did. It's just okay. Hope with all the new users Lion is forcing on them that they will get very proactive in courting their input for feature enhancements. Simple example: when you reconcile in Quicken you add monthly account interest earned right at the start with opening and closing balances. That automatically adds a transaction to your register. With iBank you have to create a new transaction separately. Small detail, but they all add up to make the process much less smooth.
  • Too little, too late !
    I've switched to iBANK for bank, credit card and petty cash accounts.
    It is an absolute breeze to use, and the syncing between DT Mac, iPAD, iPHONE and MBPro is wonderful.
    Have suggested the same to many customers (pity I'm not on commission !)
  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by whatisgoingon
    Why is everybody so down on Intuit. They are a small company, and the one Mac guy they have has to split his time between QuickBooks and Quicken. Sure, they do have several thousand people working on the Windows versions of these products, as well as a bunch of others, but they have to prioritize based on marketshare and perception, and they only have numbers for those from back in 1998...


  • Quote:
    Originally Posted by jdavy
    Intuit has let Mac users down for over six years. Quicken is one of the best programs for keeping your personal finances in order. The bill-pay function is a must for a hectic family life. Since Quicken 2007 is the only game in town, we are forced to keep our Macs on Snow Leopard. Intuit should be punished for their callus behavior.


    Actually I run Lion and have quicken in a VM built JUST for that task, which sucks. But you do it. Paralells, VMWare, Crossover are some of the apps that can do it.
  • The best punishment for Intuit is to switch to other products. Running QFW on a Mac only encourages this nonsense.