Intuit has lifted the pricing on their online version of Quicken. And, in reality, they had to. With services like Mint and others providing virtually the same thing for free, it was about time Intuit realized that they were fading into obscurity.
For those familiar and comfortable with Quicken's interface, this is good news. And, many users will probably feel safer using Quicken Online than a service like Mint, simply because Intuit - makers of Turbo Tax and Quickbooks - is behind it.
All indications show that a Quicken iPhone app is in the works too. There are some discussions happening on Quicken's message boards, where the company is asking for suggestions as to what to include in the app.
Watch the Quicken Online demo.