Why is every Android app crippling their UI lately? This practice of putting unintuitive icons at the bottom of the screen and having to hunt through every page to find things instead of just having the normal slide-out navigation is extremely bad UX design. At this point there's almost no point trying to use the frustrating app over the website
Mint keeps adding new categories I have to scroll past or dig through to get where I wanna go, which is BUDGETS and INVESTMENT GRAPHS. My bills are automated and I do not take action to "pay bills" so the whole bill section is useless to me! Needs a paid version so I can get rid of the ads, and needs an opt-out for the new categories.
Mint. I like your product but the android app lacks attention to detail. Black notification bar on settings? Open new activity each time settings is pressed? Fade in and fade out is too slow on page transition? Please spend more resources on design.
This app was very usable and useful a few months ago. Now every update, the tine it takes to "load transactions" has gone from less than 10 seconds to over 10 minutes. 10 minutes to do what the website does in 10 seconds. This makes the app unusable because it won't even show your budgets or *anything* other than the home page until it finishes the download.
Can't log into it. Forgot my password and the only way I can get back in is with a number I don't even have anymore. Cant seem to get a hold of anyone. Verified my email. Why can't I just change it that way?
I hate the new update I can't find my budgets and that's the only reason I use the app for (monitoring how much cash I'm spending per month). Now I feel that Mint has moved on from people who pay with cash and only wants to serve customers that will link an account. I was a huge fan of Mint but now you've lost a customer.👎
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