Manage Personal Finances 4+

Companion App for Desktop

Quicken Inc.

    • 4.7 • 13.6K Ratings
    • Free



This app is for existing customers; new customers can sign-up via desktop by visiting Quicken's official website.

Technical Requirements: currently supports iOS and iPadOS devices running iOS 11 or higher.

App Features:
• Automatically syncs your desktop and mobile data
• View your balances, accounts, and transactions
• See spending trends and check your budget
• Enter transactions as you spend even when you are not connected to the internet
• Search transaction history
• Split transactions for an accurate view of spending
• Snap and store a picture of your receipt

Data Security and Information Privacy:
• Passcode-protected and backed by 256-bit encryption
• Data access guarantee: Always have full access to and ownership of your data
• Visit to learn more about our privacy guidelines. California residents should refer to the privacy guidelines set forth by The California Consumer Privacy Act on information sharing. To opt-out of the sale of your personal information as defined by these new guidelines, please visit

What’s New

Version 7.1.1

Minor code improvement.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
13.6K Ratings

13.6K Ratings

Tmac105 ,

Finally fixed the mobile app

I have had quicken for years and when the app first came out it was really useless. I had to do everything on my desktop. I have had the app on my phone but haven’t used it in a couple of years. About a month ago I synced it with my account and noticed it would download my new transactions directly from my accounts to the app everytime I opened it. I was interested. I updated some catagories on the new transactions and also cleared some overdue reminders. To get these changes to sync I just open quicken on my pc and sync with mobile app and everything is there and updated. I no longer have to download the transactions from my bank on my pc. This helps me a lot because I’m always on my phone and I can update transactions using the app instead of having to spend more time on my pc. Sometimes in the past I would go over a month before opening the pc and I would have tons of transactions to catagorize. Now when I open the pc quicken I just sync and it’s all done. The only reason I gave only 4 stars is I would like the balance forecast on the app. I don’t open the pc version much anymore. Much improved over old versions.

BG Golfer ,

Once again…poor execution

If you’re using Quicken Mac, the sync process and mobile app works OK. Nothing spectacular, and a few quirks. I have multiple securities I have to update prices manually. I enter those prices into the Portfolio window on my Mac. Easy peasy, right? Well, those prices never sync to the mobile app, which means it never updates the actual investment amounts for those accounts. Yes, I resync. Yes, I’ve reset the cloud account. The “workaround” is to clumsily access the Securities window, edit each security price without entering anything and press OK. Repeat for every security you enter manual prices. I did say clumsy, didn’t I? If you’re using Quicken Windows, don’t use this app. I find it hard to believe that almost 10 years later Quicken Inc hasn’t figured out how to sync data between platforms without messing up your desktop data. The latest now is changing Scheduled Bills from Auto Enter to manual enter. Bimonthly reminders get changed to monthly. Paycheck splits get deleted all the way back to the beginning. Opening balances get changed. Reconciled transactions mysteriously disappear…and all those sync back to the desktop data and you now have a complete mess. This company has beyond a doubt the worst (or dumbest) programmers ever. They fix one thing, break five more. It’s like whack a mole of personal finance software. The mobile app is really unusable for Windows users…and barely usable for Mac users. Can not recommend.

inthesand ,

Much improved, still occasionally buggy

Revised March 7, 2024: I see a lot of comments from people that mobile data doesn't match the data on their computer. This also occurs for me maybe once or twice a year. It's clearly a data corruption on the cloud side. I can always fix it by resetting my cloud data or deleting the cloud file uploading transactions freshly. If it wasn't for this, I would give the five stars. I like traveling with my iPad and if I don't have my laptop with me, I'm out of luck at this happens.

Since I wrote my last review, I'm pleased that I can now access five years of historical data. I tend to find the Quicken website app offers more functionality than the iOS app. But, as a companion app, it's pretty useful. No replacement for the desktop app, but if I need to find a transaction, this can't be beat compared to checking all of my different accounts separately.

I do hope Quicken continues to work on stability.

App Privacy

The developer, Quicken Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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