Android phone when my current mobile plan runs out (most likely the Moto Droid). I have at least one "can't-live-without-it" app from my long line of Palm OS devices (Landware's Pocket Quicken) which I'd love to carry over to the Droid. Unfortunately, Landware does not have plans (at least right now) to port the product to Android. Does anyone know of a Palm OS Emulator which I could put on the Droid to allow me to run classic Palm apps? Barring that, anyone know of an Android version of Quicken? (Not just something which will simply import/export .QIF files but something which can form a full-blown conduit with Intuit's Quicken and which mimics most of the register-related functionality of desktop quicken).I plan to get an
Palm OS Emulator?
created on Mar 20, 2010 10:49:38 PM
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created on Mar 24, 2010 1:40:39 PM
The App Loot with Addition Loot Premium let you import QIF files, maybe thats what you need?
created on Mar 24, 2010 1:58:13 PM
I haven't done any programming in years and I'm not sure I'm up for writing either an emulator or the expense-tracking app that I need but I have high hopes for the open-source nature of this platform and trust that, eventually, someone will step up to this (unless, of course, Loot already does what I need it to do...I'll have to check it out in more detail).
created on Mar 24, 2010 2:05:18 PM
i do not use Quicken or Loot so i am sorry i cannot answer that. Just tried to find apps that import QIF files.