Financial megalith Intuit, the company most famously know for its Quickbooks application, has picked up independent financial mac app maker Midnight Apps and its popular Cha-Ching product. What does that mean for Cha-Ching users? It’s not altogether clear yet, but given Intuit’s history with their users after the Mint.com acquisition, you’d be forgiven for thinking things are about to go downhill with Cha-Ching.
TechCrunch reports today that in fact Intuit managed to hire Cha-Ching’s team some months ago and is only now wrapping up an acquisition of thieir code and graphics.
Other Mac Finance Apps!
Fortunately there are lots of alternative Mac Apps for Finance and Money Management, and you can read about some of them right here on Mac.AppStorm, including:
- iBank: The Financial Manager for Mac
- Cashculator: Financial Planning for the Future
- Money: Finances and Banking on Your Mac
- Roundup of 7 Great Mac Apps for Money Management
- And from Web.AppStorm: 12 Web Based Money Management Apps
What’s your take on the acquisition?