They have mobile apps for Apple’s i Phone, i Pad and Google’s Android.This makes it easy to access your finances on the go.Though once memorized, Mint will remember repeating transactions so it will automatically match to the same category in the future. Another prominent feature of Mint’s is the goal tracking and managing feature.Creating new goals, like paying off credit card debt or saving for a new home, are simple to set up and easily reflect in your monthly budgeting. They recently rolled out a free credit score tracking option, which makes keeping track of your entire financial picture as easy as logging into With Mint you have no local software to install, and it’s a service you can access with any browser or mobile device.With over 15 million users, is a simple personal financial program that’s web-based.
It presents your financial information in a slick easy-to-use web interface, with pretty graphs and all.Though the service appears to be more about the glitz than useful functionality, it’s still very helpful for things like budgeting, creating goals and aggregating all your financial accounts in one place.Mint’s dashboard gives a quick summary of your personal finances at a glance. Mint’s primary feature is all about budgeting and tracking expenses, and this is where their service really shines.Mint is a FREE online personal finance (web 2.0) service similar to Quicken.Over the past several years I’ve taken for a test spin with my personal finances.In addition, Microsoft discontinued Money January 2011, so there aren’t many viable alternatives around.