Financial program for IPAD

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  1. ncbrew

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    Does anyone know of a financial spreadsheet in "Numbers" that will keep track of finances similar to quicken?

    Or an IPAD app.

    NCbrew
     
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    I'm interested aswell
     
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    I've looked at PocketMoney but doesn't look like it has the ability to add investment funds (stocks, bonds). I'm hoping Quicken steps up.
     
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    I use Mint.com, they have an iphone app but does not look like they have updated it for the Ipad. I like it a lot as a Mac based app. When I started using it, they were a private company and then sold to Intuit I believe. This would be a great Ipad version addition.
     
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    An update on the Mint.com-I just pulled up the web site on my Ipad-looks like they have made it compatible with Ipad, will have to sign in later to make sure, will also need to add it to my 1password.
     
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    Mint stinks, IMO. No recurring transactions and no financial forecast.
     

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