Ugh - Just spent a few hours rescuing my data from Quicken 2015, and re-inserting it into Quicken 2007.
Blech. I don't know if any of you small practitioners like me just use Quicken to keep your relatively simple books, but if you do, WARNING, do not upgrade to Q2015 without knowing what you are getting in to.
For me Q15 dropped several essential functions that literally spoiled my data. Classes, were gone - tags offered as a replacement. But they don't work the same as there are no sub-tags. And custom formatting of reports is gone, and reports are now generic. Custom currencies which I use in separate data files to track miles for my auto record, and hours for my time sheet - also gone. I've never seen software slide backwards this way.
Then to make matters worse after resolving myself to the reduced function I learn there is a "secret" Lion compatible version of Q2007, not even shown on their website. It will run on Yosemite, but warning, its already looking buggy. So I'm back in 2007, I've got my function back, but Intuit is clearly not interested in my business. They may add these functions back to 2015 but don't hold your breath. And eventually this 2007 version is going to crap my keyboard.
So I need a new simple bookkeeping app. Any options people?
iBank is one I've heard of: http://www.iggsoftware.com/ibank/
Moneydance - looked at this years ago, but I think it ran in java, which is always weird. http://moneydance.com