Offers tab sucks. It's annoying
Easily the best all I've ever downloaded. Having all of your financial information in one place is really helpful. It even connects to your local utilities providers. My favorite feature is how it links to various accounts and keeps you updated on what's bills are due, when, and how much they are. All without having to log into each account separately (you have to log in initially to set it up, but from the it happens automatically). It then even creates calendar entries in Google Calendar automatically for you. This app is like having a personal assistant manage your finances
I like this app, I do. However, there is one suggestion that I have been making since I first downloaded it. It is maddening that every month, I go to uncategorized transactions and have to input the same transaction over and over again. I understand the occasional transaction that has never been categorized before, but for recurring transactions, if I categorize the transaction, it should save the transaction category every time that transaction appears. The transaction details haven't changed, and it would be good to be able to accurately track my spending without first going through this process every month, and week, in some instances.
I LOVE THIS APP, BUT! This app is my lifeline, at least it used to be. It allowed me to keep track of my bills, loans, and so much more. Keeping me on time with my payments and analyzing my spending. However, the recent integration took away a crucial part of the Mint Bills app–the ability to view your scheduled payments and previous payments. Now I find myself doubling up on bills that I don't have to.
This app used to be amazing, but as of recently, it's more of a headache. It has consistent issues connecting to a regular bank account. Every time it will ask to re-enter sign-in and password which should be stored. And a follow-up issue to that, after entering account info to link account, it tires to connect and returns to the sign in screen without showing that it connected.
The app does what it is supposed to and using it to keep track of and pay my bills is super convenient. However, I have two issues with Mint. 1) The categories that it puts your purchases are wrong way too often. 2) The interface is very cluttered.
See your bills directly from your phone calendar. To activate the sync, go to Settings > Notifications > Device Calendar.
All the bills you have in Mint will appear in your phone calendar.
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