The app, developed by Intuit, lets users access and interact with their Mint.com account from an iOS device. It’s available free of charge on the App Store and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Though already boasting a number of impressive features (including detailed charts and graphs, finance goals, and 128-bit encryption), Mint for iOS is now even better thanks to its latest update. As mentioned, bill reminders have been added in the updated application, allowing users to really take control of their finances using Mint. Features include:
- Setup, Edit and Manage your Bill Reminders on your Phone
- On Updates, see what Bills are due in the next 7 days with the Upcoming Bills Card.
- On Overview, see a list of Bill Reminders that were previously setup, edit existing reminders or add new reminders.
Besides the above, users can also take advantage of a number of new accessibility options (“Split Transactions” and “Transaction Detail” pages are now available). More minor changes – including “squished bugs” – have also arrived in version 4.1.0 of the app, the developer adds.
You can download Mint for iOS free of charge on the App Store, and as mentioned it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Of course, the application requires users to have a Mint.com account.
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