Intuit has added mobile access to its QuickBooks Online service via the Apple iPhone and RIM BlackBerry.

The Web-based version of the company's small business accounting software now has more than 130,000 small businesses as subscribers. The iPhone and BlackBerry applications were developed by Intuit Labs. The applications allow smartphone users to check their current bank and credit card balances, track accounts receivable and accounts payable, find vendor, employee and customer contact information, locate addresses via Google Maps, and run balance-sheet and profit-and-loss reports.

QuickBooks Online costs $9.95 per month, but the iPhone and BlackBerry applications are free. For more information, visit www.intuitlabs.com/apps/category/mobile/.

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