Mint.com Personal Finance
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Rating: 4 (25,909) Cost: Free Downloads: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
* CNN Money: “6 Best Banking & Budget Apps” (2012)
* Kiplinger’s: “Best Online Money-Management Tools” (2012)
* PC Magazine: “The 100 Best Android Apps of 2012” (2012)
* WIRED App Guide: “Best Personal Finance App” (2012)
* Winner, 2012 Appy Awards (Finance)
* Winner, 2012 Webby Awards (Financial Services & People’s Voice)
WHY OVER 10 MILLION PEOPLE LOVE MINT.COM
THE BEST FREE WAY TO MANAGE YOUR MONEY
Mint pulls in all your personal finance accounts into one place, so you can manage your money from anywhere. Track your spending, create a budget, and save more.
MANAGE YOUR MONEY ANYWHERE
• See all your personal finance accounts—checking, savings, and credit cards.
• Automatically categorizes transactions.
• Charts and graphs show you at a glance where you’re spending. (tablet only)
• Track your budget.
• Track your cash spending.
• View finances offline. The app stores information from your latest download. (tablet only)
• Get email or text alerts that notify you of upcoming bills, fees, low balances, unusual activity and more.
IT’S EASY TO GET STARTED.
• Get the free app and sign up for free with Mint.
• Securely connect your accounts.
• Mint automatically organizes everything and creates a budget for you.
SAFE AND SECURE.
Your app is passcode protected. If you lose your device, or even temporarily misplace it, simply log-on to your Mint.com account and deactivate device access from your profile page with one easy click.
SYNCS WITH MINT.COM ON WEB, MOBILE AND TABLET
Always have access to your account from your mobile, tablet and the Web. Your information automatically syncs across devices so you have your latest information at your fingertips
Please note that Mint currently connects to US and Canadian financial institutions only.
Widget users, moving the app to a SD card will disable the widget. http://bit.ly/mintwidget
To learn how Intuit protects your privacy, please visit https://www.mint.com/how-it-works/security/policy/
When you download and use Mint, you agree to the Mint Terms of Service https://www.mint.com/how-it-works/security/terms/.
decker2k04 - 1969-12-31
Mint was good, but they refuse to evolve and their customer support has gone downhill. Good luck updating you mutual fund accounts with new security features, as you'll be calling them frequently to unsuspend your accounts because of Mint's refusal to adapt. And when you tell them of their issue, it's all your fault! Sorry, folks - Intuit botched what once once a good app. Wish someone else would step up to the plate and bring in an app that is like Mint with customer support!
Zoon - 1969-12-31
Honestly, I use the web site on my tablet rather than using this app. It feels bare bones to me and I'd really like to see them make it nicer to use. Their website is sweet, but this app seems like something they had to support but weren't really interested in going the distance. Being able to set a pin is something I wish all apps did do. That part is sweet.
Chris - 1969-12-31
Simple, easy to use, pretty good. The app isn't as in depth as the website, so it gets four stars.
Woodiah - 1969-12-31
This is great on phone but isn't compatible with the HTC Flyer - WHY? Average app now!
Gujustud - 1969-12-31
My title says it all. Just picked up a Asus Transformer Tablet, but this doesn't work for it. Lets get this done! Would love to do my banking while watching TV.
Jazz - 1969-12-31
Ability to get Bank of America info has been down for over a week. May be BoA's fault but Mint.com won't provide specifics on the issue in their support forum - only that they're aware of the issue. Useful 4-star app until now.
Steven Wheeler - 1969-12-31
I use this app all the time and it works very well. I just wish they had some of the great charts on here like on the web page.
Thomas - 1969-12-31
I love this app and the service. This really helps us to stay on budget as much as possible. I wish I could split my transactions on this app.
Andy - 1969-12-31
I loved mint when it came out but they have been deleting support for some of my accounts (banana republic card) and have never implemented others (mini financial) after repeatedly saying they would. The app is pretty well done. Takes a bit to update.
Ian - 1969-12-31
Really, Mint/Intuit? You wait what seems like forever to release an update and the main thing you add is the ability for users to directly dial your "financial partners?" Way to go in listening to your user base. How about something actually useful for a majority of people, like, oh, say, the ability to enter cash transactions in the mobile app? This would make the app truly useful.
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