The long-running finance software has been updated for 2015, complete with a new Mac-specific interface, mobile app integration, and more.
In this week's Mac app roundup, you'll find a duck that likes to move your data around, a phone that doesn't need dusting, and a tower that knows what happened to all your files.
If you don't like using the QuickBooks Online Web interface, you can now use the free Mac app.
This week’s Mac app roundup comes to you with a bit of writing flair, enough desktop wallpapers to last you a couple of lifetimes, and a trip down nostalgia lane.
You might think this is a category where Intuit's QuickBooks is king, but on the Mac, QuickBooks has some stiff competition—and it doesn't keep up.
A certain tech giant's cloud note-taking software makes its appearance in this week's Mac app roundup, which also brings you a bit of music, some weather news, and a way to finally wade through that massive collection of photos.
If you want to use a dedicated Mac app to do your taxes, these two apps are the big players in the tax software market.
One of the apps in this week's roundup will come in handy when you need to figure out how to sort through all those receipts sitting in your drawer, while another one tells you what the weather is like anywhere in the world.
The basic Calculator app is good for simple calculations, but if it’s a full-featured scientific calculator you want, there’s no better app than PCalc.
We've got art in many shapes and forms in this week's Mac app roundup: From vector to wall, these apps could help unleash your inner Picasso.