In fact, I’ve been using Quicken since it was a Microsoft MS-DOS product (now over 25 years ago).But due to the lack of new features, no customer service, getting tired of the constant updates, bugs and somewhat uncertain future — it’s, unfortunately, time for me to say good-bye to Quicken. In my testing, I’ve always enjoyed using Personal Capital, as it allows me to see my entire financial picture and investment portfolio at a glance.
The mobile access within Quicken is a neat feature but never worked exactly to my liking, so I primarily used the desktop version.We want to be able to access our finances anywhere, anyplace and at any time.Quicken is a legacy application that has added some mobile functionality, but in reality, it is still primarily a desktop application. In addition, our ATMs will have limited functionality and will not be able to accept deposits during this time. (Central Time), Sunday, February 11, Telephone, Online and Mobile Banking and the Wallet App will be unavailable due to routine maintenance.