QuickBooks

Developer: Intuit Inc.

Current Version: 2.4.8

Last Updated: 6 months ago

Download Size: 7.7 MB - Download

Description:

The all-new QuickBooks has everything you’ll need to run your entire small business, now built for you and your Mac. Try it FREE for 30 days, and enjoy all the features on the Mac app, the iPhone and iPad apps, plus the web.

MANAGE YOUR ENTIRE BUSINESS
• Manage expenses effortlessly – capture receipt photos on your mobile device and store in QuickBooks
• Create custom invoices in minutes – add your company logo, and choose a font, layout, or custom fields
• Get paid fast – add a “pay now” button to your invoices to get paid instantly online via credit card or bank payment
• Save time and reduce data entry errors by syncing your account data automatically from your online bank and credit card accounts
• Stay on top of your business with elegantly designed dashboards, feeds, and reports

WORK SEAMLESSLY ACROSS YOUR DEVICES
• Access the same information anywhere, from your computer, smartphone, tablet, or the web
• Stay productive anytime, anywhere you work

COLLABORATE WITH YOUR ACCOUNTANT
• Get ready for tax time - invite your accountant to access your QuickBooks data
• Get 1-click access to reports like Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet and easily share with your accountant and business partners

FAST AND EASY SETUP CUSTOMIZED FOR YOU
• Get started in minutes, with everything automatically tailored to your type of business
• If coming from an older version of QuickBooks, we’ll automatically detect and help you upload your company file

DESIGNED FOR YOU AND YOUR MAC
• Keep an eye on your business with QuickView menu bar notifications
• Streamline your work with keyboard shortcuts and multi-window support

FREE 30-DAY UNLIMITED TRIAL
Choose which subscription plan you’d like to explore, and then try it free for 30 days. No credit card required.
• QuickBooks Simple Start (Monthly $12.99, Annual $129.99)
• QuickBooks Essentials (Monthly $26.99, Annual $269.99)
• QuickBooks Plus (Monthly $39.99, Annual $399.99)
These are auto-renewing subscriptions that apply only after you officially subscribe.

Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication.

INCLUDED WITH YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
• Unlimited access to QuickBooks on your Mac, smartphone, tablet, and through a web browser
• Data syncs automatically across devices, including mobile

ALREADY A QUICKBOOKS ONLINE USER?
Use the QuickBooks Mac App free with your subscription. Just download, sign in, and go!

NOTE: Not compatible with QuickBooks Pro/Premier for Windows, or QuickBooks for Mac Desktop.

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Release Notes:

Bug fixes
Improved reliability for Accountants with multiple clients
Improved compatibility with future versions of QBO

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by GQS

Wow! - This is so much better - faster, easy with a bunch of cool tools (Quickview in my tool bar!). The improvements in the key strokes really has saved me time.

Found helpful by 18 out of 67 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by johnderekh

More garbage from Intuit - I find it very irritating that quickbooks advertises their app as a “quickbooks” app yet it doesn’t work with the primary quickbooks products. Only in a small area at the end of their advert does it mention that it doesn’t work with quickbooks for windows or quickbooks for mac. Of course they will feign innocence. Why can they not just list it as Quickbooks Online so I didn’t have to waste my time with it. For the record, their online product is horrible. In order to work with an account register, one has to view a screen at a time which I feel is an absolute fatal flaw. One can’t rapidly scroll through any register. A paper ledger and a pencil is faster.

Found helpful by 381 out of 415 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 2.4.8
Review by Kerrminator2

Has a ton of bugs! - I hate to be negative, but this app has had so many bugs that it really makes working with it painful. When everything is working I really don’t have any complaints. I had hoped that by now Quickbooks would have their problems figured out, but until they do, I’m leaving a negative review.

Found helpful by 9 out of 9 people
1/5
Version 2.4.8
Review by The real BigJim

Could be much better - This “application” is basically just a specialized web browser pointing only to Intuit QuickBooks Online service. It would have been much better if it was the real desktop application put into the App Store. Software for subscription is what is ruining the industry.

Found helpful by 9 out of 9 people
1/5
Version 2.4.8
Review by arvinkx

Does not work - don’t waste your time - This is one of the worst, poorly-maintained apps in this App Store. Hardly anything works correctly. Click on things and nothing happens… Don’t waste your time...

Found helpful by 8 out of 9 people
1/5
Version 2.4.8
Review by Julis85

crashes often in MAC - I am a big fan of your product, I am in love with Quickbooks, it has made my life easier and much more organized. But I HATE the app you guys have for MAC. It crashes at least twice a day when I open it. So I have decided to work from the website, instead of the app. If you guys can figure this one out I’ll give you 5 starts for sure !

Found helpful by 8 out of 8 people
3/5
Version 2.4.8
Review by houseprohouston

Nice Features but full of bugs and extremely slow - I have used the Mac app and web browser based version for nearly 2 years now and both perform about the same. For whatever reason the app crashes at least once a day. Also, some tasks can be done at lightining speed while other basic tasks, such as search for a customer are extremely slow. Even receiving a payment to apply to an invoice from a customer profile is pain stakingly slow process. Interestingly enough we used a 3rd party software to apply and invoice most of our jobs and it is much faster than actually using the browser based version or app version of QBO itself. Also, minor basic things drop down menus are constantly having issues. Certain drop down search menus won’t let you click them and you have to scroll though the lists and hit enter. It sounds like a minor issue but if you’re doing alot of transactions per day it is quite frustrating. Another positive point is there is a ton of 3rd party apps that work with the program. This is basically the only reason we have stuck with it so far. Another big bug is with ACH transactions if you are using Quickbooks merchant center. When payments are rejected it claims it voids the payment “so your books are correct” but it really doesn’t. In fact they create a bulk deposit that has to be matched with the payment (therefore the payment can not be voided). Then it charges back the amount (plus a fee) and doesn’t really give you any type of identification about where the charge back is coming from. This requires another time consuming process to match things up and typically requires a journal entry because QBO does not allow negative deposits and will not match positive transaction (For example $80 payment - $10 chargeback) with negative transactions. Finally, I’ve seen some reviews about the support but I’ve got to say I’ve been really disappointed. While the reps are all nice almost none of them seem to know anything about the program itself. Going back to when we originally made the switch and a rep told me it was “not possible” to move our customer database from QB desktop to QBO (obviously it was since we did it). I’ve also had reps tell me things that I was seeing were not possible and I had to do screen shares with them that usually result in an answer of “I didn’t realize it did that”.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people
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