Quicken Releases Personal Finance App

Quicken was one of the first companies to offer a way for consumers to manage their money way back in 1983; now they are releasing an app called Simplifi which targets millennials; similar to other apps it will allow consumers to view all of their finances in one place and also track spending; The Quicken app had similar features but was designed for use with the desktop; Quicken reports that their desktop software app has 2.5 million users; Simplifi which was designed to be mobile first costs $3.99 a month. American Banker

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