Intuit is finally offering hope that there will be a version that runs on OS X Lion
Five years after it issued its last version of Quicken for Apple’s (AAPL) Macintosh line — Quicken for Mac 2007 — Intuit (INTU) offered this belated assurance Thursday to any users who haven’t already switched.
Maybe management took at face value the pundits’ repeated warnings — 56 since 1995, according to the Mac Observer‘s count — that Apple’s days were numbered.
UPDATE: Reader Al Mitchell points out that Quicken’s Mac FAQ link in the letter below leads to a page that tells you where to buy the company’s products, but offers no information about the Mac. “That’s sure winning back my confidence,” he writes.