Quicken 2013 and New Windows Tablet

Is  there an app that will allow my quicken 2013 to be used with the new windows tablet that just came out.
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    No.
    • Let's rephrase, are there plans to make a mobile app for Windows 8 RT? If so, when can we expect to see it.

      Also would love to see one for Windows Phone 8.
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    Testing running Quicken 2013 on Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Model: 3679-25G

    I am a reasonably satisfied user of Quicken 2013 Premier Edition.

    Today I installed Microsoft SkyDrive on desktop pc and ThinkPad Tablet 2 using Win Pro 8 pc.

    After installing Quicken 2013 on Tablet pc has so far resulted in some success. 

    I had a contingency that Tablet pc running Quicken would not open SkyDrive QDF files and on consideration discovered that although I had installed SkyDrive on desktop pc, I had failed to install SkyDrive on Tablet pc. 

    At present running Quicken 2013 on Tablet pc with Quicken .QDF files in shared SkyDrive folders

    Now have a solution to cannot run and sync desktop pc Quicken 2013 on iPhone or iPad purchased in the UK with home currency UK Pound Sterling Yippee!

    • Quicken 2013's Companion Mobile app only works with US currency  and manual or US financial institution accounts.
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