1. ghmacdonald's Avatar
    My wife and I are looking for a replacement for my Treo 755 and her Centro and are looking at the Android. One app we use all the time is Pocket Quicken. Basically we enter all the money we spend into pocket quicken (both cash and our debit card) and sync it to the computer. I have been looking all over and have not found anything that does this. Anyone know of anything that does this or have any idea of how we can do this.

    Thanks for any help.

    George
    10-21-2010 01:20 PM
  2. jetalc's Avatar
    "Sinks?" Why would you want to "sink" your Droid?
    10-21-2010 05:44 PM
  3. MowDownJoe's Avatar
    The premium version of Loot lets you export to (and import from) Quicken files. Not exactly "syncing" (or sinking, as you put it), but I imagine it'd work well enough. I don't use Quicken, and in fact, only have the free version.
    10-21-2010 07:19 PM
  4. IIJBII's Avatar
    My wife and I are looking for a replacement for my Treo 755 and her Centro and are looking at the Android. One app we use all the time is Pocket Quicken. Basically we enter all the money we spend into pocket quicken (both cash and our debit card) and sync it to the computer. I have been looking all over and have not found anything that does this. Anyone know of anything that does this or have any idea of how we can do this.

    Thanks for any help.

    George
    George - I've done some searching and have come up with with the same findings as you. It seems as there isn't (currently?) a pocket quicken app that syncs with Quicken.

    As MowDownJoe mentioned it looks like the premium version of Loot may do what you're looking for (maybe not as smooth as pocket Quicken).

    Also, a few other options to look into would be Mint and Personal Assistant. I don't believe these allow you to make ledger entries (**not sure**) but they may help give you something close to what you're looking for.

    Please keep us posted on this.
    10-22-2010 06:32 AM
  5. tony bag o donuts's Avatar
    "Sinks?" Why would you want to "sink" your Droid?
    warranty replacement perhaps LOL
    10-22-2010 07:30 AM
  6. jnadelman's Avatar
    I use anMoney. I think it syncs great. At least it does for CC purchases. I enter the purchase on my phone, even give a category. Then I can export it to a qif file. Transfer that to my PC, and then import to quicken from there. It has changed my reconcile process from being about an hour+ once a month, to being less than 10 minutes.
    LOVE IT.
    10-22-2010 07:49 AM
  7. jetalc's Avatar
    warranty replacement perhaps LOL
    LOL - I just couldn't resist...
    10-22-2010 12:35 PM
  8. ghmacdonald's Avatar
    Thanks all. I was never payed for my typing (or spelling) ability. Mainframe networking (and network interface equipment) yes. As for sinking smart phones, I have already done that a few times. I dropped my treo 300, 600, and 755 in water. I got all three working again. The 755 was easy. I pulled the battery and put the phone in a bag of rice for a while. The others I had to take apart.

    I will look into the suggestions and let you know what I find.

    George
    10-22-2010 03:24 PM
  9. chaddymoff's Avatar
    I've used Easy Money and now use AnMoney also. Easy QIF export and an extremely responsive developer who will add suggestions (he added one of mine!) With the new quick-entry widget, I'd strongly recommend it. Easy and convenient, yet a powerful app.
    10-27-2010 08:39 AM
  10. jnadelman's Avatar
    I've used Easy Money and now use AnMoney also. Easy QIF export and an extremely responsive developer who will add suggestions (he added one of mine!) With the new quick-entry widget, I'd strongly recommend it. Easy and convenient, yet a powerful app.
    Quick entry widget? How do I get this?
    10-27-2010 09:14 AM
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