Mint:Personal Finance & Money

Mint:Personal Finance & Money

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 5.18.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • Developer: Mint.com
  • Compatibility: Android
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Mint:Personal Finance & Money App

Mint is the free, effortless way to manage your money in one place. Finally, there’s one place to manage all your finances with ease. Mint is the free money manager and financial tracker app from the makers of TurboTax® that does it all. We bring together your bank accounts, credit cards, bills and investments so you know where you stand. See what you’re spending, where you can save money, and stay on top of bill pay in Mint like never before. You can even keep track of your credit score to help you be smart about it, no credit card required. SEE EVERYTHING IN ONE PLACE Get a more complete picture of your financial life. We bring together everything from account balances and spending to your free credit score, net worth and more. MANAGE BILLS & MONEY TOGETHER Track and pay bills right alongside your account balances. You’ll know what's due, when it’s due, and what you can pay. (Note: bill pay available for phone and desktop.) SAVE TIME & MONEY With one place to keep track of your finances, there’s no need to log into multiple sites. Plus, we’ll give you savings tips to help with budgeting and debt. BUDGET BETTER Effortlessly create budgets you can stick to. To help you save smarter from day one, we even make a few for you based on your spending. BE SMART ABOUT YOUR CREDIT SCORE Get your free credit score, no credit card required. You’ll learn how it’s calculated and get tips.* SAY GOODBYE TO LATE FEES Get bill pay reminders so you pay bills on time. Schedule payments on the spot or for later, and say so long to missed payments and credit card fees. STAY SECURE We’re serious about security and use measures like multi-factor authentication, designed to help you protect access to your account. Plus, Mint comes from the people who make TurboTax®, trusted by millions with sensitive data, and we participate in security scanning with VeriSign. SYNCS WITH THE MINT WEB APP Mint’s great on the go, but you can also use the desktop version at Mint.com. Sync your bank accounts, credit cards, budgeting, spending and more across your devices. You can even export spreadsheets from the web, and more. WHY DO MILLIONS TRUST MINT? Time Magazine: The 50 Best Apps of the Year (2016) PC Magazine: What to Do When You Go Over Budget in Mint.com (2016) Nerd Wallet: Financial Fitness - 7 Exercises to Build your Credit Muscle (2016) Huffington Post: 5 Things To Know After You Graduate (2016) Tech Times: Save Money in 2015: Here are the Best Money Management Apps (2015) Kiplinger’s: 10 Great Saving Money-Saving Apps (2014) Money Magazine: Best Finance Tool For Budgeting (2014) Wired: The Best Apps for Budgeting Your Cash (2014) FROM INTUIT INC. Mint is part of a suite of financial tools that includes TurboTax®, QuickBooks®, QuickBooks Self-Employed™ and ProConnect™. Wherever you are in life, whatever you do, Intuit can help you save money and simplify the business of life. Mint bill payment services provided by Intuit Payments Inc. under applicable licenses (http://www.intuit.com/legal/outbound-licenses/) Intuit Payments Inc., 2700 Coast Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94043 To learn how Intuit works to protect your privacy, please visit https://security.intuit.com/index.php/privacy When you download and use Mint, you agree to the Mint Terms of Service https://www.mint.com/terms *Intuit is not a credit repair company. We do not provide credit repair services to repair or improve your credit profile or score. All information is provided for educational use only. Message and data rates apply. Reminders subject to interruptions due to various reasons including but not limited to internet/mobile service outages. Account balances may not immediately reflect recent transactions. Internet/mobile data required for financial data refresh. Mint currently connects to US and Canadian financial institutions only.

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Mint:Personal Finance & Money app reviews

  • iPafd Should be more robust than iPhone 2/5

    By Drydiddy
    See title
  • No Innovation 1/5

    By Ninstarmon
    This application could be so much more in terms of actually helping people save money and monitor their spending but it seems instead of innovating ways to do that they have chosen to focus on offering you more credit cards an consolidation loans. This app is pretty much useless except to see how much you’ve gone over your budget.
  • Was a good app but no more 1/5

    By Bcglobal12345
    The consolidation of all your accounts in one place was great along with a free credit score. However, when you try to get support from their support team , you never get a response. I’ve had an issue where I sent multiple emails but have yet to receive a response in 30 days.
  • I love this app but this update.... 3/5

    By prettyawesomegalithink
    I absolutely love this app, I've been using it for about a year, however this current version is counting me transferring money to my savings as expenses and Deposit Holds as expenses and it's starting to be more stressing than helpful. It also instead of focusing on Bills within the month is looking ahead and giving me a higher total ahead than the actual amount of bills I have that month. I liked when it was a simpler system. This one is really stressing me out. I hope the next update improves on it. I don't want to delete it
  • Add Robinhood account 3/5

    By tobedima
    Please make it possible to add the Robinhood account as investment assets
  • Just terrible 1/5

    By Bonito apps
    First, THIS APP RUNS HOT! Never used to, but the last month or so, hot as hell! Constantly sends emails for you to pay bills that are already sent, so it seems they don’t even check to see if you paid it. The whole interface is lacking and so confusing. Way too much emphasis on investing, etc., and not on bill paying or bills in general. Can’t handle many different types of signing in message for many different accounts, and after months of trying to fix it with a workaround, it just never happens and the canned responses emails begin again. Often the app doesn’t even update things for about three days, when the individual accounts on their own websites have already updated. One time I got an email for a Chase credit card and instead of even saying the name of it in the email to tell me what was due, it just had a series of numbers and said “account” and I was supposed to know what that was I guess. It apparently wasn’t pulling in the correct fields any longer. It’s just so terrible around that the only reason I still have it is because there aren’t many financial aggregate apps out there yet and it doesn’t have any serious competition….. yet. The minute it does, this app will be gone.
  • Functional quality Depends on what transactions you are tracking 3/5

    By Stevo4849
    Excellent tracking of bank and credit card accounts. For investments it doubles many accounts with it transactions.
  • Intuit is still garbage.. 1/5

    By Liljmia
    All these fake reviews right after the update..lol. They released an update because their ratings were going south fast as they saw the backlash against discontinuing the greatest finance app, Pageonce(renamed by them to Mint Bills). They bought both Mint and Pageonce to eliminate the competition for their crapware Quickbooks. Intuit is a dumb company who buys these companies and destroys their functionality. This Mint app does not refresh reliably, the numbers you see on the app are not current, and the budgets are a mashup that does not reflect your budget accurately if you have accounts like Paypal that draw from another account. This whole app is a garbage replacement for an app in Mint Bills that was concise, intuitive, refreshed promptly and offered a clear picture with a minimalist design. It made finances simple and clear. They keep trying to blend it in to this app, but they have way too much going on in this clunky app to make it function. The failure to refresh accounts is unacceptable in an app where the amounts reflected are extremely important. Intuit has destroyed two apps.. they bought Mint and turned it into a clunky pos with terrible customer service, and now they bought Pageonce and eliminated it completely. The best finance app in the AppStore they just blew it up and erased it.. that is stupid considering what they could have done with the following it had. I can't wait to see Intuit investigated for their anti-competitive practices.. whoever made the decision to get rid of Mint Bills should be fired. Intuit is garbage!
  • Ever since the new update 2/5

    By Century Link sucks12
    Won’t update Bellco accounts now.
  • Improvement suggestions 3/5

    By petertomaszewski
    I wish Intuit could acquire the old Manila program and roll it into Mint. Manila had some great features that would give Mint a real boost.
  • Used to love it-revised 5/5

    By Chefnee
    After upgrading to iOS 11, this app won’t open. I can’t enjoy the app. Please fix!!! After reinstallation, the problem fixed itself. As for my review, this is a great aggregator of my personal finance. I love the integration with Touch ID.
  • Amazing tool 3/5

    By schnell laufen
    I love mint. Use it all the time to keep track of my budget. A little slow on syncing, but that's probably to be expected. The automatic titling doesn't do well with non-repetitive transactions, but that's easily corrected.
  • 1 click deleted over 4 years of work!! 1/5

    By Denisyz
    Users beware, with one click, you can delete bank accounts and Mint has no way to restore. I just unintentionally wiped over 4 years worth of transactions. Thousands of well organized transactions gone with a simple click. At least web version asks to type the word "delete" when it's an action of this magnitude. Thank you Mint! Days worth of work just gone.
  • Great but needs better reporting 4/5

    By Seamckit
    Reporting is pretty basic.
  • Deleted 2/5

    By Cats in Cravats
    I used Mint for budgeting for nearly two years and was moderately happy with it until I realized it was accessing my accounts on its own without my knowledge or consent. I swear it only used to sync to my accounts when I opened the app or logged into my account online and prompted it to, but I went a while without doing either and it was still syncing my accounts. No thanks, I’d really like to control if/when my accounts are accessed by a third party. Deleted the app and my account.
  • Full Balance vs Minimum Payment 4/5

    By Jovon B
    The app is great except for when it comes to bills it shows the entire balance vs the minimum payment due. For budgeting purposes it would be nice to see you owe a specific amount for the month vs the entire balances across your accounts. I recommend either an option to change the view of credit card bills or change the interface all together as it does not help with budgeting when you’re being told you owe a insane amount for the month.
  • stopped working on ip6+ 9.0.2 1/5

    By LeonPooh
    after an update about a month ago the app does not work. launching first time after update it asks for username/password and then freezes on touch id question, then terminates after about 10 seconds. the following launch brings directly to blank overview tab without asking for u/p or touch id, the interface is unresponsive, then terminates after about 10 seconds. tried to reinstall - no luck
  • Ok 4/5

    By catakacam
    I used to love it but it changed
  • Loved it, until the most recent update 1/5

    By Jennybean092413
    I loved using mint to create and track a budget; however, after the latest update, it can no longer connect to my bank. It gives me an error stating that their website must be offline. Well, that isn't true because I have never had an issue logging into my bank via the mobile app or the website. Since this is my primary account that I use, I think I'll quit using the app as it is now useless to me.
  • Perfect App! 😁👍🏻 Time Saver 💯 5/5

    By VitreousDrak3
    This app is perfect to keep track of your bills & budget! Keep up the great work.
  • Doesn’t work to well 2/5

    By Eljoyit
    It constantly asks for me to login to my accounts. The credit score is the only thing that worked properly. You can keep better track of your bills by just checking your regular accounts.
  • Now forgets pin code 3/5

    By Gophigure
    Nice little app that I've used for a long time. Recent updates, however, cause it to forget my Pin Code every couple days. I use a strong password on financial apps so it is a hassle to look up and re-enter the password. Be nice if they would fix this. UPDATE 9/26/17: Still has same problem but now it appears that the app won’t even let me paste my password from LastPass!! I have to write down the complex password and then tediously input it with the keyboard. Was a nice app but it appears that it’s time to look for a replacement. UPDATE 10/15/17: #numbskulls Latest version forgot login again and won’t let me paste complex password from LastPass. In an otherwise nice app this is just a dumb #FAIL that encourages people to use a simple password on a financial app. And that’s just stupid.
  • Worst app ever 1/5

    By Sgtb73
    This app just keeps getting worse and worse! Now I can’t even pull up the budget, apparently it deleted it. The only people who think this is a good app never had it before they changed it.
  • Hasn’t been the same since the merger 2/5

    By Ravens Fan2011
    There used to be a Mint Bills that just concentrated on your bills and bank accounts. I never had an issue with the app back then. Since they merged the two apps together it seems that weekly I have at least 2 accounts that need my attention or it says there is a message on their website that needs my attention. Sometime I can resolve the issue easily and sometimes it won’t resolve at all (not that there should be so many issues to begin with) Needs attention or go back to separate apps depending on your needs. Doesn’t seem like they can keep up with everything all in one app.
  • Overview Page Bug 3/5

    By Aarakelian
    There is a bug when organizing your overview page. The Transaction module always reinstates itself as the second module upon launching the app, regardless of if it is moved or turned off. Please fix this.
  • Not great on ipad 3/5

    By thedoobster
    This app is alright however its features are not in parity with iPhone (bills management for example). Also does not support multitasking. I use the web version on my iPad far more often than this app, and it should be modeled more after the web version instead of the handicapped iOS app—custom trends for example. But keep up the development! The iPad app has the potential to be worth the investment.
  • New sign in not working 1/5

    By Apps4dogs
    The new combined intuit sign in does not work. It is constantly signing me out.
  • Good app. Keeps you updated. 5/5

    By Gary Busy
    Mint is a cheap and easy way to track your credit score, and credit usage. However, the best reason to use Mint is it being your “second” resource on checking your credit. Mint does not push any service on you, it is a simple method of checking your credit and helps review your month of finances. Super easy to use and understand. Will enjoy having it in the coming years.
  • Awesome app! But things could be much better 2/5

    By Dethariel92
    Pay bills? Check. Track all balances in one place? Check. Credit score and report updates? Check. Categorized budgeting? Check. I would highly recommend this app, cause it's awesome. As to ways of improving: - pretty please make the connection to accounts more stable!! I find myself reentering the passwords for some accounts every couple of days, and I’m tired of this 👿 - I would love if "Cash Flow" widget was more useful - since one of my paychecks comes on the last day of the month, I'm always negative on cash flow :(
  • Great app, Room for more 4/5

    By couponjulie201
    Mint replaced my old spreadsheet method of budget tracking and has done a great job of relieving me of the manual bi-monthly input of expenses into categories, which took forever, plus I love the ability to split transactions into categories while still maintaining the original. I echo other users in wishing it allowed for better tracking of annual or infrequent expenses that would blow the normal monthly budget for certain areas, and allow planning a couple of months in advance to allow for spending fluctuations and forecasts. The app sometimes takes a few opens/refreshes to update in real time so I don't use Mint 100% to see how much is in my account. Other than that, it's been pretty great.
  • Easy to keep track of all spending, assets & debts 5/5

    By Besstamore
    One time set up. low maintenance. Periodic reminders as needed. feel GOOD about your progress!
  • Mint Falling Off a Cliff 1/5

    By Rajnya
    Mint has totally lost its edge as financial tracking instrument has trouble connecting with basic accounts which makes it unreliable to use and frustrating to keep updating your username and passwords on linked accounts. Will delete this soon, two words: Personal Capital is way way ahead now.
  • Djdhdhdgehejehdhdisbdhf 2/5

    By DosSackOfNuts
    Goes through phases of working with my bank for a short time and long periods of not working with it. Pretty useless in the long term. While it does work it's alright to see transactions. Pretty bummed that they have my info.
  • Broken with latest update 1/5

    By GT2011
    Won't open anymore
  • No reports 4/5

    By Ign dude
    I really wish there were more reports besides just transaction filters. I liked what I was using before better (Microsoft money). But on a positive note I don't have to enter transactions, but there are not always accurate in Mint.
  • Best Transaction Finance app I have ever used 5/5

    By TJandtheFOX
    I used Quicken for decades. I have used Mint now for 8 months and I love it. Added in all my accounts (loans, assets, everyday checking / savings / credit cards, investment accounts). Anything where I have assets or money moving I track in Mint. The app pulls all transactions from all accounts every time you open it. Looking at all my account transactions in one place every day gives me a full view of my finance status and I get the security of monitoring for misuse ( because of the Equifax data breach). Overall I am very happy with Mint.
  • Everything in one App!! 5/5

    By KaiMemo
    I love this app and have been using it for a few years. I love the updates and all but it would be nice to be able to track things like debt payoff too. Now that Mint Bills is integrated in the regular Mint app; adding a way do a “debt snowball or avalanche” would be amazing. This is my go to app to see everything in one place, so having to get a separate app to track debt payoff is quite annoying. I’m sure a debt payoff tracker isn’t hard to add on. I think it would make the app so much better and not to mention more convenient.
  • No customer support 1/5

    By Mcizz
    Contact customer support after my MSGCU bank account stopped working and syncing. No response. Without knowing my bank account money, what’s the point?
  • Pretty awful Lately 2/5

    By jwc6160
    Duplicate accounts, accounts not showing up, updating issues. Use to be better and I’m considering moving on.
  • Great app 4/5

    By bhthorpe
    Use it as my only check register and budget app. Love it!
  • Great app 5/5

    By eplatt4511
    I use it about everyday, to keep track of My finances
  • Great Money Management App 4/5

    By Sheshema
    It is a great money management app.
  • App Is Lacking 3/5

    By Drewches77
    I’ve been using Mint for a few years to manage my personal finances with pretty good success. I like the fact that I can aggregate everything in one location and use budgets to manage my spending. Getting “high spending” alerts sent via email and push message is a great feature that helps me keep everything under control. I find that Mint can be a little hard to use though. I have trouble navigating the mobile app and have admittedly stopped using it at this point. It’s basically only a dashboard for the website. I like to have the ability to update budgets and categorize transactions via the app but that’s not really possible in the app. Besides the app issues, Mint is a great tool to manage your finances.
  • Everything awesome 5/5

    By Ksmash1
    Love this
  • They charge too much for paying bills directly. 2/5

    By Carnifexia
    The way they score the credit score is literally different than any other app or service. Everyone is 70-90 points higher than you score it. Going to the bureaus directly is 70-90 points higher than you score it. Additionally it “loses” authentication to my linked accounts too often. “Try again” is getting tedious. Make a better deal with places like capital one and American Express so they trust you more. I don’t like how much they want to charge per bill I would pay through you? Really? I’d rather they charge a flat fee for your service every month and then I get unlimited bill pay. I’d also like to be able to select a payee and see my entire history with them.
  • Major usability defects 2/5

    By iPhone user in MN
    I cannot believe that Intuit bothered to do any user testing on this version. If they did they would have discovered that the pop up keyboard covers the entry field when you try to enter a check number. This same error persists even in the text entry box where you type in feedback. That’s embarrassing. Major fail.
  • Pageonce Was So Much Better 1/5

    By Drew8906
    Accounts are always logging out, it is slow as can be, accounts sometimes won’t even log in. I loved the pageonce app I wish this one was as good. The best thing to do is almost just create manual bills and keep track of them that way.
  • Battery Sucker 2/5

    By EVisser4
    I love this app, but it's been killing my battery on ios11. To the point that my phone heats up.
  • Good app 4/5

    By T'araj
    The app is very good for tracking account balances to know where you stand at any time with your finances. However it has its limits.
  • great app 5/5

    By ChenChen00000
    Great app to use if you want to track your monthly spendings and very convenient

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