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
Weekly Summary Page:
See your top spending categories, where you made the most purchases and on what days you spent the most money all on a single page. Weekly summaries are available Sundays and will be sent via notifications.
– Summary Page Notifications can be turned off from the Summary Page
– Layout improvements for Tablet
– Additional Material Design Improvements in Phone and Tablet
– Improved Card Management for Account Suggestions
– Squished Bugs
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.