Why discontinue the Quickview??? It's clearly a very important part of the mint ecosystem.

Why discontinue the app??? it works well most of the time, it can't cost that much to keep up to date.  Quickview is really the best way to keep on top of my finances and was something that really made my life a breeze.  Native apps are a step above mobile apps and websites and you know it.  please keep the quick view alive!!!!!!  This kind of abandoning of a project is exactly the kind of things people fear with someone they are trusting with access to their financial accounts with.  


Hi kc2mnc,

I understand the concern regarding the discontinuation of support for Mac Quickview. If you would like to view the full announcement and share your feedback, we have set up a place where folks can do just that at this thread: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1244369-discontinuing-the-mac-quickview-app

Mint Mike

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