Speaking of clouds..mobile app is worthless and migration is impossible. Bluntly, the software does what it is designed to do. The bad new- not without the normal early bugs which I know will get ironed out.The "To Do" button is gone so if you download everything daily you have to check the Summary to see which accounts had downloaded data. The displays are pleasant enough and the reports come out exactly as they used to. 5 minutes later I got a callback(I suppose from my caller ID) from a fourth world nation.Moneydance can connect to your bank automatically, using ‘Direct Connect’.
It disappeared from all of the vendors the very next day. Bottom line...you've never used Quicken, the learning curve, especially with the needed workarounds for the bugs, will require a VERY steep learning curve. Tip: DO NOT BUY THE DOWNLOAD..for the disk instead.
Application-based online banking often requires a different login/PIN than the ones that are used for ATM or web-based banking.
When you enable your account for access from Moneydance or Quicken, your financial institution should let you know what customer ID/login and PIN to use.
Then, if I decide to go back to Windows, I need to do the same thing in the other direction.
This is obviously not a fun or quick and easy process, so moving back and forth is not an option.
It frequently will hang and the window will strobe constantly, as if the focus is changing back and forth between two panels in the program.