Mint.com Personal Finance
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· App Store: Hall of Fame (2013)
· CNN Money: Best Apps To Manage Your Money (2013)
· Kiplinger’s: Best Online Money-Management Tools (2012)
· Macworld: 20 Best Apps: Must-Haves for Everyone with an iPad or iPhone (2012)
· WIRED App Guide: Best Personal Finance App (2012)
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iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Finance, Productivity
Updated: October 09, 2012
Version 2.7.1 [14.002533 MB]
As a companion to the powerful Mint.com money management system, the free Mint.com Personal Finance app is a disappointment. Time will tell if Intuit, which recently acquired Mint.com for $170 million, will refresh the company's mobile development efforts. Presently, Mint.com Personal Finance comes with more negatives than positives, placing it far from leading the pack of personal finance-specific iPhone apps. ...Read full review »
Mint by swellduck7
Mint app is not available for Blackberry. I have used Mint online now for 8 months and am switching either back to my old Excel sheet or Pageonce, if it is any better. I have found Mint to be good for double checking my tracking on Excel, but there are so many duplicates and misses that it is not worth my time, as time goes on. Mint doesn't have the fixes to these issues. And why anyone has an app that RIM doesn't use, or the app isn't compatible with Blackberry is beyond me. Def not worth the time to load and try to use on a handheld.