My main complain is that it does not handle bills in the tablet version, i have the latest Samsung S3 tablet with Android 7, but it does not work with my Asus TF300 and Android 4.2 either. In the phone version, I still have some trouble connecting to a few bill accounts, and it has a few strange ways of presenting expenses that should be transfers. The investment section needs work, some of my accounts do not show accurate information. But overall it is a very helpful app, it gathers all your financial information in one app without you login in various apps and copying to a spread sheet.
This app from Intuit is a good idea but not very thorough, comprehensive or well thought out. Alerts seem to come when they feel like it instead of being able to schedule these. The default of 3 weeks before a bill is due is a bit ridiculous. I just paid the bills and a week later I'm getting emails and notices for the next week? Worthless! I also monitor and help my son manage his accounts, but they come together and co-mingled with my alerts and reports, so I cannot tell for which account purchases were made or for which account I'm receiving notices. Fine for 1 account, but not for multiple. It does help organize things, and for free this is great. But like most Intuit products, falls a little short for a paid app.
Horrible experience. Been trying to log in for 3 days and keep getting message saying my user id is incorrect. I'm literally looking at the user id from YOUR email and copying and pasting it. Changed my password like 6 times in a row. Keep getting blocked from trying too many times to log in. I'll just have to go with a different budgeting app. This one is really on my last nerve.
It's ok. Like Quicken before it, it mostly works. Mint has a lot of the same issues Quicken had- duplicating accounts, logins not working for billers, and weird errors in general. It's good for linking accounts. We track our budget categories. For some reason, Mint charges for paying bills with a credit card. Prism does this for free, and it's a much better bill pay app.
Why did you get rid of mint bills? I stopped using mint because it never worked. I now have to use mint and it doesn't work. I keep getting logged out when I try to add any Bill or bank. This blows. I'll be deleting this app.
Mint. By far the best tool to turn my wreckless spending into a more manageable kind. I am able to see all of my upcoming bills, as well as pay them effortlessly. It's clean interface also helps with budgeting and money management. Thanks Mint. You're the real MVP.
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