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From Intuit, the makers of TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint Bills, and Quicken: The free Mint app helps you spend smarter and save more. Easily pull all your accounts, cards and investments into one place so you can track your spending, create a budget, receive bill reminders, and get customized tips for reducing fees and saving money.
Mint for Apple Watch

Mint for Apple Watch reviews your day-to-day spending and suggests a spending goal so you can keep up with your lifestyle but still keep an eye how much you’ve spent. You'll also receive personalized notifications on the Apple Watch to help you stay on track.

Want to make a budget change? Once we've reviewed your day-to-day spending habits, you can stay with the status-quo or choose to reduce your goal and increase your savings. The choice is yours!

Mint Updates View (iPhone only)
Updates is a faster, easier way to see a detailed view of the most recent changes to your personal finances.

Credit Score (iPhone only)
• Truly free – no credit card required!

• A money manager app shouldn’t cost you. Install the free Mint app and easily sign up.
• Mint automatically organizes your expenses and financial accounts and creates a budget so you can save more.

* See 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 money. (ipad only)
• Track your cash, credit cards, and checking accounts so you are able to budget and save more with Mint.
• Never miss a payment again! You can set up bill reminders and bill alerts to help you stay on top of your expenses.
* Manage your budget to better understand your transaction patterns. Spend your money better to achieve your financial goals.
• The Trends feature helps you track your credit cards, cash, spending, income, and net worth over time.
• Get bill alerts and bill reminders in the form of email or text alerts that notify you of upcoming bills, bank fees, low bank account balances, unusual spending activity and more.
• Set up financial goals such as saving up for a trip, paying off debt, or buying a car.
• We’re obsessive about security and protect your data with the same 128-bit encryption and physical security that banks use.
• We safeguard Mint with your own 4-digit PIN 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 Quicken®, trusted by millions every year with their most sensitive data.

* Always have access to your account from your phone, tablet and the Web. Your information automatically syncs across devices so you have your latest account information at your fingertips.

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Please 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, Mint Bills, and Quicken. Check us out at
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What's New in Version 4.5.1

Weekly Summary Page:
See your top spending categories, where you made the most purchases and on what days you spent the most money all on a single page. Weekly summaries are available Sundays and will be sent via notifications.

Now supporting iOS 9


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Customer Reviews

Best free app for tracking money

It's not foolproof and you will have to maintain it by delinking accounts. However I check it nearly everyday and would be lost without it. I highly recommend. The 'glitches' are not because of mint, it's the banks who really don't want you to look at everything in one place. They want you to go to their site so they upsell you stuff. Initially putting everything takes time and work but it takes more time to check all of your separate accounts on a regular basis all with different passwords and formats and none giving you a global snapshot and long term and future view of your money like mint does. I really don't Understand all the negativity about this app. Even my husband is one of the naysayers, too much work he says. Yet I've been using it to manage our many many many accounts and properties for 5 years. So he totally benefits from it. In short, know thy self. If you're lazy and or don't really want to know how much money you are spen alerting me to all sorts of weirdness. Just this week a double charge on a credit card, a fee charged because my husband mistakenly only paid the minimum on a card instead of the full amount, and a notice that I'm behind in my plan to pay off our heloc in 2 years (several years early).

Good rough overview, but can't be trusted to get details right

I might have set my expectations too high, but I really thought that all of the combined information available to Mint would allow it to do all the work for me. What I've found is that Mint must always be double checked against the authoritative sources and helped along to the final result, which largely defeats the purpose.

Mint will routinely report an account balance that matches neither the current nor the available balance of the account in question. Also, the cash flow feature, for me at least, identifies transfers between banks as spending and income, which renders that feature useless unless you go in and manually flag them to be ignored. (For example, transferring $1,000 into a savings account will make Mint think that you earned an extra thousand dollars, but also spent it.)

On a positive note, some banks, including mine, are offering account login features that are specifically designed for Mint and other similar tools to obtain limited read-only access. That makes Mint much more palatable than it was when you had to just give it your account password. If you're afraid to try out Mint because of the password thing, check to see if your bank has such a feature available.

Lost without it

Still has a lot to desire and the banking industry always moves underneath it but since Mint is owned and run by Inuit they seem to keep pace well. Ive been using it to manage multiple profiles now for several years. In the last couple years I've seen a large improvement with stability and support. Customer service in the app is very responsive. 4 stars for robustness and desire to improve but feature wise for personal financing, I'm still hoping some feature improvements make it in until ultimately we can do everything the browser desktop version can do. The app runs way better on my phone than the windows browser version does in terms of speed. I do most of my purchase tagging on the app. One downside is if a new category is desired a user must create this on the desktop. For new features to make it in, there must be multiple requests for it before the design team will consider it. Overall, for those of us that manage finances for others including yourself this is a great way to get a financial snapshot when its needed. Thanks Mint team and supporters we are depending on your amazing app for success in an ever growing and complicated financial environment.

Mint: Money Manager, Budget & Personal Finance
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
Offers Apple Watch App for iPhone
  • Free
  • Category: Finance
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  • Version: 4.5.1
  • Size: 29.7 MB
  • Apple Watch: Yes
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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