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Mint.com Personal Finance

by Intuit

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Latest Updates

What's new in version 3.2.1
  • 1. Support for Amazon Fire Phone
  • 2. Squished bugs

Product Details



Product Features

  • See all your accounts together, from checking and savings to credit cards and retirement
  • Mint automatically pulls in and categorizes your transactions daily; no need to enter your own transactions
  • Mint can create a budget based on your actual spending, or you can create your own
  • Avoid late fees and monitor cash flow, stay up-to-date with email or text alerts for budgets, fees, due dates, low balances, and unusual activity
  • If you lose your phone, or even temporarily misplace it, simply deactivate your mobile device's access from Mint's profile page

Product Description

Track, budget, and manage your money from your phone with Mint for Android.
See all your accounts in one place, set budgets, see where you spend, and find personalized savings – all for free with THE LEADING ONLINE PERSONAL FINANCE APP, providing over 6M users an easy & intelligent way to manage money.

Widget users, moving the app to a SD card will disable the widget. http://bit.ly/mintwidget

Please note that we use a permission called "Directly Call Phone Numbers" which is used by the advice feature. When you read a piece of advice, some have the option to call Mint's financial partner so you can get more information. The Mint app will never make unauthorized phone calls.


If you originally installed the Mint app from the Amazon Android Appstore, you will be unable to install this version over the Amazon one - you will receive an error saying the package is not properly signed. You will need to update the app from the Amazon Android Appstore when the latest version of the Mint app becomes available shortly.


To learn how Intuit protects your privacy, please visit https://www.mint.com/how-it-works/security/policy/

Technical Details

Size: Varies by device (5.1MB - 5.3MB)
Version: 3.2.1
Developed By: Intuit ( Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window )
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Access fine (e.g., GPS) location
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • Get information about the currently or recently running tasks: a thumbnail representation of the tasks, what activities are running in it, etc
  • Access information about Wi-Fi networks
  • Read from external storage
  • Get notified that the operating system has finished booting
  • Read only access to device state
  • Write to external storage
  • com.google.android.providers.gsf.permission.READ_GSERVICES
Minimum Operating System: Android 4.0
Approximate Download Time: Less than 1 minute

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04/04/2011: Mint.com is owned and run by Intuit, a little company with some experience in the tax and investment arena. (TurboTax, Quicken, QuickBooks, business marketing and management, etc.)
The only similar website/app pairing in this department I've used is PageOnce.com, which focuses more on bill tracking and general web login aggregation. If you want something to monitor and remind you for all of your utilities, credit cards, ebay bidding, and that ilk, look at the PageOnce app. It has a free version and a paid version that allows more than a handful (5? 10? Haven't used it in a while, myself,) of tracked websites. The paid version is $15 IIRC, which is more than your average app purchase, but the website is free to use, which is the vast majority of the service.
Mint focuses entirely on the investment and credit end of finances. You'll provide your car loan account, mortgage, credit cards, CDs, and stock portfolios and mint will provide (very!) easy to use budgeting tools and inform you of a relatively wide range of customizable alerts, most of which are disabled by default.
There are a few features that I was particularly pleased about when I realized they were there:
- Mint tracks your property values via Z!llow, to compare with what you owe on your mortgage. Cringeful at times, but still good to know.
- Mint reminds you to obtain a current credit score on a regular basis; vital to watch out for identity theft or credit snafus if your credit/bank accounts don't do this for you already.
- Mint will guide you to invest for large future purchases with the "Goals" feature by guiding you to (advertised affiliate) high interest savings options based on the budgets you've set up for yourself.
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Good app for budgeting. I haven't tried the other apps that do the same thing otu, so I can only comment on my experience with mint.com. Does a decent job of keeping track of your purchases for you. Not for everyone, if people are paranoid about their personal information elsewhere, they are going to be pretty against giving access to something like this to their finances. But it seems secure to me, i've always been comfortable. My major complaints with this service, occaisionally misses a purchase, for whatever reason, and that throws everything off. And it does take some manual work, the automatic categorization is iffy at times. As much as I'd like to consider drinks at a bar as "pharmaceutical," just can't seem to justify it when it comes to my finances.

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At first we loved Mint, but soon there were ridiculous problems:
~They can't record more than one transaction that has the same merchant, date, and price (ex 3 plane tkts for same flight)--even though the credit card company lists 3 distinct transactions. We contacted them about this and they agreed that they should be able to fix it but can't.
~They dropped 6 weeks of transactions when our credit card account number changed and they are unable to fix it.
~They automatically make any $500 check to a particular payee, even though we never checked the box for them to do so. This has led to much confusion.
Sadly, these problems make them not worth using.
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I was excited to try Mint when I read some of the reviews. In one of my many lives I was a bookkeeper, both for my own business and as a consultant for others.
I was shocked when, just a few days after I started using the app, there were two items that I didn't recognize, one for over $700. When I called the institution that it said I had paid, they had no record of such a transaction on my account, in fact they had not had any activity on my account for several months! I immediately sent an email to Mint to find out how such a thing could happen; I have yet to hear from them. That was a month ago.
Now I simply don't trust them. I have also had lots of transactions that were mis-catagorized.
A financial app that you can't trust is a waste of time.
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I love mint. However, this app leaves a lot to wish for. Trends are not available, which is very frustrating, given that on mobile devices trends are also not functional on the web browser due to flash issues. Budgets only show the current month and are difficult or impossible to customize on the app. My favorite part of the website is the graphics showing net income over the last several months, and that feature is nowhere on the app. Lastly, a general Mint criticism is that it only lets you budget for the current month. As we approach a new year, I would really appreciate being able to start making budget adjustmansts for January, since I have time off to review our financials now, but will not have time to plan when January starts.
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I had both this app and a mint.com account that I had entered all information into and it was gathering info from nearly all my financial places except the ones from Canada even though it was on their list but I figured it was because of the language difference or something along those lines.

I have since uninstalled this app and removed my account from mint.com because they cannot provide any other pay periods that once a month. Not everyone gets paid monthly and to have no ability to put in actual pay dates is a deal breaker for me.

I desperately need a program/app to handle my budget and mint was highly recommended, it was very easy to use since it gathered all my data for me instead of having to manually input everything but the issue with the lack of payday options is ridiculous in this day and age...
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