Updated to 5 stars for awesome customer service fixing my issues immediately and painlessly. I love that I can see how much I've spent at certain places over the year. Hello Amazon! $$$$ 🤤 ***** Showing duplicates of most transactions and deposits, so it's saying we spent and made double then what we did. Have installed, restarted etc with no fix. Also is only picking up on 1 subscription when I know of several!
Like another reviewer, I have duplicated accounts. I noticed it is too easy to tap the Add Account button more than once when adding the account. Accidentally double tapped it and now that bank has all accounts doubled. Would rather remove it than his it, but don't see a way to fix it. UPDATE: found it under the person icon then under Accounts and then unlinked one of the two.
Like many others, I moved to Clarity from Mint. Clarity is incredibly user-friendly and offers more information at a glance. It's both good and bad that it gives information on how much you've spent at certain stores (Amazon, anyone? Yikes). I expect to be using Clarity for a long time.
This app is much better than Mint, it actually connects with my bank! I like how it actually found I subscription that I thought I had canceled, the in-app user interface allowed me to go through and cancel it through them which is great. It has a lot of other tools that you can sign up for such as Credit Check/Monitoring. I haven't used that as I already have it through my bank. Overall I think it's amazing Suite of tools and I've recommended and several people already.
So far testing the app and setting up accounts is quite easy. Had a few issues connecting investment accounts, but they got added eventually. There are 3 things which would complete this app for me: 1. Allow me to create a manual account like the Personal Finance app. The manual account under Personal Finance tracks a portfolio based on stocks you have, at what price they were purchased and how many shares you have based on stock market updates. This would be nice for something like Robinhood, which you can't add as an account. 2. Another feature which I noticed on Wealthfront which would be nice to have here is the ability to track your mortgage. What they do is they ask 3 questions, original loan amount, date of origination and the interest rate. From these 3 inputs they are able to provide up to date mortgage summary of what you owe and how much you pay per month. On top of this they ask the location of your property to track the value of your home based on Zillow data. 3. Budgets. It seems this is what the saving feature may be for, but I could be wrong. Overall a very good start for an app with simple design. I like the clean look. The suggestion of cancelling recurring accounts is nice and the reduction of bills with Billshark is a very cool feature. Cheaper than actually using Billshark.
Downloaded the app, located my bank and submitted my institutions login information. Next screen asked me to enter my security code... don't know what that would be after I already provided the requested information. Then after I submit anything to see if it will self correct itself, app provides a timed out message. So I was unable to access app. Render assistance and if I'm successful I'll update the review.
With over 600,000 users, Clarity Money finally lands on Android!