Quicken 2014: Possible new features

While doing my yearly pre-release snooping I ran across the following new feature on Amazone, Sam's Club and Target's website.

Jack Pot - New Amazon links and info:
  • Snap & store receipts to keep track of important purchases. Reduce paper clutter. Store warranties, track deductions, charitable donations and other things you want to record. Just capture the receipt (and even images!) through the Quicken 2014 mobile app and it will attach to the specific transaction. Easy!
  • Mobile syncing now 16x faster. Sync your information across devices in as little as four seconds
  • Add and view bill reminders directly from your register to easily track upcoming bills and projected balances
http://www.amazon.com/Intuit-421228-Quicken-Deluxe-Download/dp/B00E7X9RUK/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=13...

There are two new videos associated with 2014 as well:

Specifically about new mobile snap features:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/mpd/permalink/m3R77KKZA9Y14F/ref=ent_fb_link
Product overview:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/mpd/permalink/m3D1J6JC6DA3ZN/ref=ent_fb_link

OLD Links:
Quicken 2014 Home And Business Financial Software (PC Software)
... NEW Snap & store receipts to track deductible expenses...
...  Includes: Headset...  <--------  don't really believe that it will include a headset, seems silly
You can read it yourself at the following links:
Target
http://www.target.com/p/quicken-2014-home-and-business-financial-software-pc-software/-/A-14740279

and

Sam's Club
http://www.samsclub.com/sams/quicken-deluxe-2014/prod11230015.ip

The Sam's Club also mentions the new 2014 Android/iOS app, but doesn't reveal anything new.

Thoughts?
Daaknes
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