Quicken today took the wraps off of its 2017 lineup of offerings. The company notes that the 2017 offerings include a significantly more powerful mobile app, as well as a variety of new capabilities for the Mac app…

On the mobile side of things, Quicken says its 2017 rollout brings with it the “biggest upgrade yet to Quicken’s mobile app.” The app includes the ability to track investments, enter transaction information even while offline, and search transactions across more than one account. Additionally, the update adds the ability to view two years worth of transaction history, offering a more comprehensive view of spending patterns.

Quicken 2017 includes the biggest upgrade yet to Quicken’s mobile app, providing users quick access to a more complete picture of their finances anytime, anywhere. Mac and Windows users can now use the free companion app to track their investments, enter transactions even when they are offline, and quickly search transactions across all of their accounts.

They can also view two years of transactions on their phone when they sync their data file for the first time so that they have a more comprehensive view of their spending patterns.

In terms of the Mac, the 2017 update brings the ability to build customizable reports, allowing for seamless tracking of year-over-year income and spending trends, as well as an overall deeper look into finances.  The update also includes Quicken Bill Pay, which allows users to pay bills from most banks from directly within the Quicken application.

Quicken for Mac 2017 delivers on a number of key features requested by users to provide more visibility and control over their finances. In addition to the recently launched 12-month budget feature, Mac users on the 2017 product will now get new customizable reports that will enable them to track year-over-year income and spending trends, giving them deeper insights into their finances.

Quicken for Mac 2017 also includes Quicken Bill Pay – these expanded bill pay capabilities allow users to pay their bills from most banks from right within Quicken, including small and regional banks (Bill Payment Services provided by Metavante Payment Services, LLC).

Quicken’s 2017 offerings are available now from Quicken.com and a handful of other retailers. Quicken for Mac comes in at $74.99, while the accompanying mobile application is available for free on the App Store.

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