Intuit continues to release updates to maintain and address online connectivity issues for their Stock Quotes/Pricing download and Billpay features.There is no common, inter-operable file format used between Windows and Mac (see History below). Since Quicken started on MS-DOS and the Apple II back in 1983 (before the Macintosh appeared in 1984), a database structure of choice did not exist for the Macintosh, nor has there really been a good common database structure developed that was cross-platform compatible created in the early days.Intuit will keep and its Quicken Online site and put Aaron Patzer, Mint's CEO, in charge of its personal finance group.

Apple developed backward compatibility for OS 9 (and predecessors), so Quicken for Mac development continued in an older platform database structure (Power PC based).

Apple continued to support Power PC-based apps (via Rosetta) onto their Intel-based Macs in Aug. Rosetta was a temporary measure to support the eventual transition to Intel-Only based Macs (achieved in March 2011 with the release of OS X 10.7 (Lion)).

Existing Quicken Online users' data is not transferable/importable into

This is in direct contrast to VP Aaron Patzer's promise, made on April 27, 2010: "[Until the merger with is complete], you can continue to use Quicken Online just like you have.

Quicken has offered various editions, with varying prices - such as Basic which includes only those typical activities for someone with simple banking accounts, to Small Business for someone that also runs a business out of their home.

Quicken includes online services that allows users to retrieve transactions from various providers - such as their bank or credit card company.

Intuit said "’s innovative capabilities can be applied broadly to millions of Intuit consumer and small business customers." Smart Planet: Why Intuit’s purchase of is so smart The two parties appear to be a good match.

Intuit can take Mint's 'ways to save' feature and apply it across its network.

Development of the UK-specific version of Quicken was stopped in January 2005, with sales and support ending shortly afterwards.

There were also versions for Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Mexico, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

Beginning with Quicken 2018, Quicken is now a subscription service.