Most user complaints center on slow syncing to update information and limited functionality.
I’m not sure that the complaints are entirely fair, given that we are talking about a free app to support the main software.
There are a few drop-down menus where you can customize the view.
You can also switch between income and spending views, vary the period covered or even change the account (if you have multiple accounts).
Connecting to one of my brokerage accounts was quite simple, and before I knew it my holdings were accurately imported and reflected in the Quicken program.
It’s a nice feature to have and a potential money saver.
Your information is encrypted and securely transmitted from your financial institutions into Quicken.
This is unchanged from previous versions and is an expectation for any software or website that deals with the user’s financial information.
The app that Quicken offers, Quicken 2014/2015 Money Management, offers views and updates transactions in spending and investing, among other activities, but users have been a little disappointed.
It’s currently rated two stars in the App store (i Tunes).