AskUs: BlackBerry Checkbook App That Can Export To Quicken?

Brad sent in a question asking if there are any checkbook applications out there for BlackBerry that will export their information to Quicken.

With a little digging and searching I remembered that there are two applications that let you export your information to Quicken.

AscendomoneyThe first is the powerful Ascendo Money ($29.95) which lets you:

Export & Import data in Quicken Interface Format (QIF), a standard for financial software such as Intuit Quicken (Version 2004 and earlier), Microsoft Money and many others.

Export & Import data in CSV format, the most widely used format for productivity tools like Excel, Access, File Maker and other personal expense managers.

Ascendo money also has a desktop component that lets you enter transactions and sync them with your BlackBerry.

MobilecheckbookThe second is called Mobile Checkbook ($12.95 8100 or 8300/8800) for BlackBerry and lets you:

E-mail transaction lists to your personal computer for storage off of your phone.

Export your transaction lists in HTML, Excel(XLS) or Quicken(QIF) format.

Hope that answers your question Brad!

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  1. None of these will let you export to versions of Quicken later than 2005. Unfortunately Quicken changed the way it stores data in 2005 so that you can use the QIF format to import into checking and savings accounts and most developers of 3rd party programs have not yet developed anything for it.

    Landware does a great job with Pocket Quicken but they aren’t developing for the Blackberry OS.

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