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Manage your money and budgets better every day with Mint

Manage your money and save more with Mint – the free financial tracker app from Intuit, the makers of TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint Bills. Spend smarter, track your savings, and get more out of your finances. Easily pull all your accounts, credit cards and investments into one place so you can create a budget, track bills, receive bill reminders, and get customized tips for reducing fees and saving money. You can also check your credit score for free while learning how you can improve it.


• A money manager app shouldn't cost you. Install the free Mint app and easily sign up.
• Bank accounts and other finances are securely connected.
• Mint automatically organizes and tracks your expenses and finances then creates a budget so you can save even more money.


• See and track all your personal finance accounts in one place: checking, savings, 401k, and credit cards.
• Automatically categorize banking and credit card transactions.
• Charts and graphs show you at a glance where you’re spending so you can save money.
• Track your cash, credit cards, credit score, bills, and checking accounts so you are able to budget and save money with Mint.
• Manage your budget to better understand your transaction patterns. Spend your money better to achieve your financial goals.
• The trend tracker helps you track your credit cards, cash, spending, income, and net worth over time.
• View your personal finances offline. The app stores and tracks information from your latest download so you can still review your bank accounts, track credit card spending, and see when your bills are due. (iPad only) 
• Set up financial goals to save money for a trip, track your progress, pay off debt, or to buy a car.
• Bills are tracked. Bill reminders help you never miss a bill.
• Receive expert advice on budgeting and distributing your paychecks in your checking and savings bank accounts.
• Get your truly free Credit Score tracker as part of your complete financial picture.
• Get expert advice to help you save on banking fees, credit cards, home loans and more.


• We’re obsessive about security and protect your data with 128-bit encryption. 
• We safeguard Mint with your own 4-digit code so only you can view your account. If your mobile device is ever lost or stolen, you can delete all your account information remotely.
• Mint comes from the makers of TurboTax® and trusted by millions every year with their most sensitive data.


Always have access to your account from your iPhone, iPad and the Web. Your information automatically syncs across devices so you have the latest bank account data at your fingertips.


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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)

Note that Mint currently connects to US and Canadian financial institutions only.

Mint has been brought to you by Intuit, the makers of TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint Bills. Check us out at

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When you download and use Mint, you agree to the Mint Terms of Service

What's New in Version 4.12.0

- Reduced crashes and squashed bugs

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Customer Reviews

Great app and customer support

I was both a quicken and quickbooks user and wanted to get serious about seeing if Mint could replace at least the quicken. After using it for six months I've found it's better at updating, categorizing and recording transactions.
I use the website occasionally, just to create a new category, but otherwise everything is done from the mobile app. I haven't opened quicken for over four months. Tax preparation on should be just as easy with Mint and the importing of data is great since I'm mostly cashless.
I had a problem about 30 days ago where my credit union accounts couldn't be updated. The support team at Mint responded quickly and stayed involved until the issue was resolved. This level of support was better than with quicken so Mint is my go to app for personal financial tracking and budgeting.
I'm still a quickbooks user for my business because it's more complex than what Mint or quicken could handle.

Free, accesses most external accounts, but many rough spots

I've used Intuit products for years. After they let Quicken deteriorate, I tried Mint, which they bought from the independent company that developed it. It does a big fraction of what Quicken did, including accessing external accounts and allowing you to categorize and notate expenses. It has a rudimentary budgeting tool, but has little ability to generate customized reports. In many areas, it uses font sizes and colors that are nearly invisible. When something is broken, they take email reports and often they address them in a reasonable amount of time (less than a month!).

I rate this 3 stars because it's better than any alternative and would not be worth $40 if you had to purchase it. I think they have a monopoly, which isn't going to motivate them to spend much to create a high quality product. I suspect their mantra is "get as many users as possible, with costs as low as possible, so we can monetize them through sales of third-party offerings.

I miss the days of software that was mostly about enabling users to do well and easily the things they most want done. Mint is mainly for people with little financial experience or savvy. It is however about the only reasonable way I've found to pull all your spending and income into one transaction monitoring system automatically.

Keep your expectations low, and Mint won't disappoint you.

It gets better, but

I have used this app and the Mint service for 6-7 years, and it is a very important part of my personal finance management activity.

But I have always said, and still say, it lacks some of the features that the service itself lacks. I've been asking for some of those things since Day One. Like an in-app calculator, so I don't have to go outside the app to calculate things like sales tax, tips, and splits.

Also, why can't we search transactions by date. When I want to download transactions to archive or work on planning, I'm downloading like 5,000 lines to an Excel spreadsheet, even if all I want is the past month or so. I can search by merchant, budget categories, tags, account. Why not DATE?

And when I want to split a transaction between categories, I can't do that until the transaction actually clears the account, maybe days later. I have to put the breakout in the Notes and then hope I can find that note when I want to do the breakout split days or weeks later.

And how about this? Embed a photo/camera access so I can take a picture of the receipt to save with the pending transaction. Throw the receipt away, because I've got the facsimile document stored.

But there is still nothing better. But so much more Intuit (or a competitor) could do. Go for it.

Mint: Money Manager, Budget & Personal Finance
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  • Category: Finance
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  • Version: 4.12.0
  • Size: 97.3 MB
  • Apple Watch: Yes
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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