Intuit’s finance management application Mint is getting an update.
Excerpts from the Google Play changelog:
– Fixed issues with automatic refreshing
– Removed requiring the camera and vibrate permissions
– Fixed issues relating to Account refreshing
– Added pull down to refresh the Overview screen
– Removed closed accounts from the Accounts screen
Intuit is busy with Mint.com, and has just uodated the app with a bunch of new features:
New for 4.0.0
Bill Reminders: You can now create, edit and view Bill Reminders on your phone.
– When you have a Bill due in the next 7 days, an Upcoming Bill Reminder Card will be displayed in the Updates Section.
– From the Upcoming Bill Reminder Card, you can view all your Bill Reminders
– When viewing an individual Bill Reminder, you can delete that reminder
– Improved pin entry
– Squished Bugs
Mint.com is a great all-in-one financial app that allows users to keep track of spending and budgeting. It allows for syncing with online accounts, and is a cross-platform offering.
Mint.com, the personal finance management app from financial powerhouse Intuit, is getting an update.
The update brings in several new tweaks and refinements. The app startup time is improved, as well as the data refresh speed. There is a “fresh new feel” to the app, and there is a new floating action button to help with the speedy creation manual transactions.
And of course, there is the standard batch of bug fixes.
Mint.com excels at being the Android version of the personal finance web portal; with it, users can keep abreast of their accounts across a large swathe of financial institutions that Mint.com can access. It also works as a ledger for and between said accounts, allowing users to balance the books as one would do on a traditional checkbook. Of course, the sync with the web portal is quite useful.
The app also features budgeting utilities, account alerts, bill reminders and more.
Mint.com Personal Finance, Intuit’s award-winning app that allows consumers to budget and track finances on the go, has just received an update.
Most notably, the new build brings the ability to see free credit scores to phone users.
Per the Google Play change log, the new stuff officially includes:
Credit Score (Phone only)
Â· See your credit score as part of your complete financial picture in Mint
Â· Truly free â€“ no credit card required!
Â· Free credit report summary â€“ understand your score and learn what actions you can take to improve it
Â· Quick activation â€“ see your free credit score in 2 minutes or less!
This is in addition to the core feature set, which includes online syncing, access to online bank accounts, threshold notifications, visual graphing tools, bill reminders, payoff forecasting and more.
Mint.com (along with this update) is available for free on the Play Store.
Money is a hard thing for most people to get a handle on. Many times people donâ€™t realize they have more money going out than money coming in. This makes it difficult to see where the holes are. It may just seem like thereâ€™s never any money in the checking account, let alone having extra money to save. In this weekâ€™s Free App Recap, we’re talking about three different finance applications that may help get a better handle on the money situation.
Bloomberg for Smartphone
Bloomberg is one of the most well-respected companies out there when it comes to the financial markets. Having the application quickly accessible on an Android device to make it easier to research a potential stock purchase. Being able to see important business trends but easy-to-read chart makes it easier to get information instead of needing to pine over spreadsheet data.
PayPal is one of those must-have apps for a lot of people. For anyone buying and selling anything, having a PayPal account is almost mandatory. For someone like myself who works for different websites all over the world, PayPal is the default payment method. Using the PayPal app for Android makes it easy to check current balances, send money and request money.
Mint is such a great personal finance app for tracking spending. Because most people use credit cards, debit cards and other accounts that can be monitored digitally, Mint will take a lot of the work out of monitoring everyday finances. Mint connects to each account and checks for new transactions daily , then graphs and categorizes everything to make it easy to see where all the money is going.