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Mint.com Personal Finance app review

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Mint.com Personal Finance

Price: Free

Mint.com Personal Finance by Mint.com is a personal budgeting and money management app.

This app is a really great free tool to help you manage your money from month to month. Keep track of everything as you earn money and then spend it. Track individual bank accounts from all the major financial institutions all in one easy-to-use app. Mint.com Personal Finance supports use with TD, Scotiabank, RBC, BMO, HSBC, and more.

Once you have downloaded and set up the app you can start linking your bank accounts which gives you access to everything including all of your checking accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, investments, and others all at once. Mint.com Personal Finance automatically pulls in all your transactions, saving you time and giving you a complete summary without forcing you to manually add up everything.

Mint.com Personal Finance is very secure. The app is protected by a unique four digit pin number and if you should ever happen to lose your device you can simply deactivate your mobile access from your Mint.com profile page. This keeps your information safe no matter what happens to your device.

Mint.com Personal Finance was updated to Version 2.6.1 on January 23, 2013 and included some minor bug fixes. This app has more than six thousand ratings over all versions with an average score for the current version being 3.5 stars out of five.

This app has huge potential. I love how simple it is to track everything from one place without having to log into several different websites using several different passwords and user names. This makes banking on the go safe and easy.

For: iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with iOS 5.0 or later

Mint: Money Manager, Budget & Personal Finance

Free

Mint: Money Manager, Budget & Personal Finance

Free

Mint: Money Manager, Budget & Personal Finance

Free
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