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8/25/2008
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Jake Widman
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QuickBooks Comes To iPhone, BlackBerry

Intuit press release

Intuit announced that its its QuickBooks Online application will now work with both Apple's iPhone and Research in Motion's BlackBerry smartphones.The new applications are available on IntuitLabs.com, a site for customers to try Intuit?s early concept releases. Users can check bank and credit card balances, find vendors and customer contact information, and keep running balance sheet and profit and loss reports.

QuickBooks Online is available starting at $9.95 per month. The iPhone and BlackBerry Web-based applications are free to QuickBooks Online users.Intuit press release

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