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    iBank Full Version on the iPad?  Will This Work?

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    Hi!

    I am new to the forums and to Apple, having purchased on iPhone last summer. Since I'm quickly becoming a fan of the Apple products, and since my wife has taken away my desk in the bedroom (neccessitating that I purchase a smaller device!), I would like to get an iPad.

    I primarily use my computer at home for financial management; in fact, I have over 10 years of Quicken data on my laptop. I would like to migrate over to iBank and the iPad, but I'm not quite sure this is doable.

    Two questions for anyone that can help:

    1. Is there a full version of iBank (not the mobile app) that be downloaded to the iPad?
    2. Can I migrate a substantial amount of data from Quicken to iBank?

    Thanks so much!

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    iBank Full Version on the iPad?  Will This Work?
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    1. As of now there isn't a iBank that is specifically designed for the iPad, just the iBank Mobile. Will most likely change soon.
    2. Yes, it should be able to import the Quicken data. IGG Software Forums • View topic - QIF import tutorial

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    iBank Full Version on the iPad?  Will This Work?

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    be sure to back up that data...

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    iBank Full Version on the iPad?  Will This Work?

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    1. I too am hoping for a more functional iPad app, and am holding off on buying one till more companies move in this direction
    2. I converted over 5 years of quicken data with no problem and do not regret it at all. iBank is a great program for the Mac.

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