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***Apple Mac App Store Best of 2012***
***Apple Editors Choice July 2012***
***NetBanker's OBR Best of the Web Award***
Mint QuickView is a companion app to Mint.com that gives you an up-to-date snapshot of your finances—right on your Macintosh® desktop. It’s easier than ever to see where your money is going and stay on top of your finances. Mountain Lion and Retina display ready.
• Badge notification. Instantly know when you have a new transaction or account alert.
• Monitor cash flow. See your available cash balance so you know how much you have left to spend.
• No login required. Quick access to your financial information.
• Easy-to-understand graphs. Get a clear picture of your budgets, spending and net income.
• Passcode protected. Your information is safe and secure.
• Automatic syncing. Mint QuickView syncs with Mint.com on the web and Mint for mobile, across all devices.
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Mint.com allows you to track, budget, and manage your money all in one place, so you can see where you’re spending and where you can save. Sign up and add your bank, credit, loan and retirement accounts. Mint automatically pulls in and categorizes your transactions for you. It’s safe, secure, and easy to keep your personal finances organized. Stay on top of your money on the go with our free mobile apps for iPad® and iPhone®. Sign up at www.mint.com and see why over 10 million users love Mint.
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What's New in Version 2.0.1
This app is great for people like me who have multiple bank accounts and cards. I can go to one place and see how much money I have in any of my accounts. It is great because I can use it on both my imac or iphone. It is super helpful and catergorizes your spending. This allows you to know where you are spending too much money and develop budgets. No more guessing which card has the money.
I love the customizabale alerts that let you know that a payment is due or a balance is low. It helped me discover that I was getting a finance charge from one of my banks. I am now planning on closing that account. That alone will save me 60 bucks a year!
I have only one thing I would want added to this program, and I wouldn't mind paying for it. I would want to feature a calendar that I can set due dates for payments so I can "see" when certain bills are going to need paid and even predict account balances throught the month.
I would reccomend this app to anyone with a bank account.
This app is OK for viewing all transactions in one place however the new update has killed automatic updating of my account. I selected update every 4 hours (which is the least amount of time allowed) and it doesn’t work. I still have to manually select update whenever I open the quick view icon. I’ve enabled badges in Notifications and still nothing. Additionally, my desktop app continually drops my accounts and I have to fix or edit the information on one or more accounts almost every time I open my account. The biggest frustration for me however is the inability to adjust budget cycles. I get paid on the 21st of every month yet Mint will only allow for a month to month budget cycle beginning on the first of the month. This renders the budget tracking function useless as my view shows under or over budget all the time because it’s not matched with my income and recurring expenses. In looking at the consumer threads in their user forum, this has been a major issue for a lot of users, yet the developers refuse to make this minor change. Please allow for more personalization of budget cycles!
Program seems adequate for very simple tasks but customer service is abysmal
I installed the Mint app primarily to track brokerage accounts and it does a great job tracking my checking account.
Mint does not connect to two different and large brokerage houses and the engineers seem like Keystone Cops. I won't hear from them for a week after an inquiry and then I always get two simultaneous emails from them; one saying they haven't heard from me in a while so they will assume my problem is fixed, the other either asking me to try the same thing they'd asked me to do in their last email, which I had reported didn't work, or to tell me that they were kicking it upstairs to a high priority team of engineers, only to give me the same advice again. This has happened 3 or 4 times. One hand doesn't know what the other is doing.
If the app works immediately out of the box, and it seems to do the job for simple things like checking accounts and credit cards, then it is worth using. If you need a more robust program, or even one that will simply connect to a brokerage account, or it doesn't work as soon as you set it up, I'm not sure I'd invest the time. With 20/20 hindsight, I wouldn't have.