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QuickBooks Online adds support for Safari

updated 03:30 pm EDT, Tue May 5, 2009

QuickBooks Online Safari

Intuit has announced that its QuickBooks Online accounting tools are now available on Apple's Safari browser, while new editing capabilities have been added to the iPhone version. The web-based application can be used to create invoices, pay bills or track expenses from any computer connected to the Internet. Users can generate and customize a variety of reports, then print or e-mail the documents as needed.

QuickBooks Online Free manages up to 20 customers, while the Basic and Plus variants support an unlimited number of customers. The Basic version provides additional access for an accountant and options to set permission levels, while the Plus edition adds tools for time tracking, 1099 preparation and printing, budgeting, tracking multiple locations, class tracking, export to Excel, estimate creation, automated online banking and more.

Users accessing QuickBooks Online from the iPhone browser can now edit customer, vendor and employee information, or create and send invoices.

QuickBooks Online Free carries no subscription price, while Basic costs $10 per month and Plus carries a price of $35 per month.




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