QuickBooks Mobile for Android Now Available

If you have a small business thats’s on-the-go, check out Intuit’s new mobile QuickBooks application for Android. This mobile version of QuickBooks will sync to your desktop, ensuring your information is always accurate and up to date.

“The majority of small and medium-sized business owners feel that staying connected through wireless devices is critical to the success of their business,” said Dan Wernikoff, vice president and general manager of Intuit’s Financial Management Solutions division.

This new mobile application offers some great features, such as:

  • Viewing Customer Information
  • Check Customer’s Balances and giving Estimates
  • On-site tools, so there is no need to return to your office

QuickBooks is free from the Market below and can be paired with other applications launched by Intuit, such as TurboTax and Mint.  So go ahead and download QuickBooks from the Market and try it for yourself!

We want to know, if you own a small business, are these features you like to see? Or are there some vital ones missing in action here? Leave your comments below!

Source Business Wire


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  1. Rcooked
    July 25, 16:31 Reply

    Well, I suppose it is a start.  However, they have been pushing their quickbooks online for small business owners like me, and there is no decent way to access that on tablets short of installing Dolphin and messing around with the user agent.

    Intuit might want to put some resources into making their website work on the mobile platforms like phones and tablets and forget about the “apps”, as they are making a huge push for us to move online, and these apps do NOTHING for those of us who have moved online.

    Just my opinion…

  2. Anonymous
    August 18, 09:31 Reply

    Wow we have many third party app for this. One such app is QBReflex

  3. Kym
    April 20, 09:09 Reply

    The only thing missing is the ability to see and create schedules for technicians or sales calls

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