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Mint.com Personal Finance
Last changed: Sep 18, 2009
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By: Abcdennis - Sep 19, 2009
This update really makes such a difference. Now I can enjoy using mint without having to login.
By: AdeptCyclist - Sep 19, 2009
I've been using Mint.com for a long time now and i downloaded the app the day it came out and loved it. But, i always was stuck going to my computer to update my transactions. Now that i can edit my transactions through the app, this thing is perfect!
By: Blazer^x - Sep 19, 2009
Thank you for the update! Yeah it has less features than the website, but this program is still awesome!
The new update perfected it
By: ejg25 - Sep 19, 2009
The ability to edit transactions on the iPhone was just what I was missing. Now that it has that, it's the perfect equivalent of the Web version of Mint.
By: saxrulzcp - Sep 19, 2009
Great update. It added the 3 things I thought it needed - 4-digit PIN when app is opened, Push notifications, and the ability to edit transactions. Great cool amazing! Now it needs the ability to Split transactions on the iPod like you can on the website, and maybe the abiltiy to add accounts would be nice. Overall, a great update to a great app.
It's of limited use
By: SpookyET - Sep 18, 2009
They may have well created a mobile version of their site. The app is pretty useless. It also crashes on firmware 3.1 on launch.
One of my favorite apps!!
By: Ivoryplum - Sep 18, 2009
Update: LOVE the new update!!The main reason I had to log in online was to change categories for items or rename them. Now that functionality is in the app. Keep the updates coming!I use this app almost everyday!It's one of those apps that simplifies your life. If you need to keep track of your money and debt, this app is pefect (so basically everyone needs this app).
By: Superman426 - Sep 18, 2009
It better now
By: pcuser510 - Sep 18, 2009
By: jv80 - Sep 18, 2009
And it is awesome. Way to go mint! This update is the bees knees.I also love that the new "everything else" category from the web was added to the phone.Oh. And I love the passcode feature. You guys rock! I hope the iPhone devs got a fat check from the intuit deal!
Just An Overview
By: gtg485x - Sep 18, 2009
This app is just an overview or snapshot of your account. I really wish they had done more with this app, maybe later.
By: igamer35 - Sep 18, 2009
Mint finally added one of the most requested enhancements to this app. Great job!!!!
Latest update makes this perfect
By: jsep - Sep 18, 2009
Passoword protected. Push notifications. Ability to edit entries. App is now perfect.
By: erentsch - Sep 18, 2009
This is the best personal financial management site out there. People Mint.com is great for:1. Couples wanting to stay on a budget together, but not constantly worry abou what the other is spending2. Individuals w/ many accounts, looking for simple, clean, helpful PFM tool!1.1 is ok, but the app needs a 2.0 upgrade. I want to see it with investments, and ability to split transactions. Being able to track cash on the fly (which is what split trans is mainly used for) would be fantastic.
By: 808303 - Sep 18, 2009
By: Smithdhe - Sep 18, 2009
The latest update is exactly what the app needed.
Don't waste your time
By: Zombilly - Sep 17, 2009
It's Crap and they won't stop contacting you through their annoying emails. I've un subscribed a number of times and still the emails come. Oh and it's worth repeating the program is Crap.
Compared to site, bare-bones functionality
By: Li'l Bob - Sep 17, 2009
Mint.com is awesome. I hope their acquisition by Quicken doesn't change that. The new Planning tool made the site take the leap from pretty useful to really useful for me. This app is only in version 1.0.1 after almost a year. Revamping it should be one of Mint's priorities now that the site overhaul has probably reached a plateau for a few months. Time to catch the iPhone app up to the site! The ability to edit / split transactions on the go would be awesome, as would a Budget screen updated to look more like the new Planning screen (I.e. With "everything else" listed). Finally (and this is my biggest and only significant source of dissatisfaction with Mint) - it needs to retrieve transactions from the banks much faster if the Planning tool is to realize its potential. It's all very well to set budgets, but the ability to know exactly how much of my restaurant budget I've spent, at the table before I order that bottle of wine, is key. As it is, Mint is always several days behind and recent transactions do not appear, giving the illusion that I have more money left than I do. I know it isn't that hard to keep other records (I keep notes on my iPhone), but the whole point of Mint to me is that you shouldn't have to do that. You should just have to split your ATM withdrawals, correct categorization, and then be able to look at the app anytime anywhere and know exactly how much you have. This kind of up-to-the-minute speed would bring unprecedented rationality and control to every spending decision, functionally eliminating "impulse buys" for anyone who can remember to whip out their iPhone. Thanks for a great program, and I hope speed of transaction retrieval is on the top of your improvement list.
Great for lazy people like me
By: Kelleysue82 - Sep 16, 2009
They finally added money market accounts which is great! You have to do nothing at all to keep track of your finances. Especially great for couples with seperate accounts. Highly recommended. Plus, it's free!
Best APP...and a lot more to come
By: Financial Ninja - Sep 16, 2009
I have been using mint.com for 1 yr and have never had any problems. Mint.com just keeps getting better and better...they have revamped the looks, added ways to track investments, allowed me to set budgets and help me secure my identity by providing spending alerts. Sure all financial institutions are not available, but this will soon be a competitive advantage for those institutions that want to reach a younger crowd, so just be patient. And to the guy that said mint.com was not secure.........identity theft occurs more often when people are not watching their finances.And there is risk with everything...it is just as easy to get information from your mailbox.....especially in January. For those afraid of risk and probably have a lock on their mailbox, how about just try mint.com with your primary credit card...at least you will see where you money goes and mainly at the risk of your credit card company. Cheers!
Mint good but still missing some features
By: mint-user - Sep 14, 2009
Mint and it's web site are good for a financial overview, but it is still missing in some areas. This week they announced they are being acquired by Quicken, so we don't know if and when it will get new features.I think a portable app should be able to add cash transactions, which are not recorded by the banks.