mint.com now comes to Android tablets

mint.com now comes to Android tablets
mint.com now comes to Android tablets
A new Android Application released by mint.com which will help the users to manage their budgets at their fingertips

A new application is being released for Android tablets by mint.com, which is an online personal finance tool offered by Intuit. This free application brings provides a number of features Mint.com’s features to the Android tablets with which a financial minded user can monitor and manage their budgets.

This application allows the users to organize all their accounts in one place and even view data which includes account balances. It also offers detailed graphs of the users spending by categories, as food, clothing, entertainment, travel and so on.

The users can enter each cash transaction while on the go to get a more accurate spending detail. Push alert equipped with this software allows the users to get the notification when to pay bills or stay abreast of their latest account data. These alerts can be set to stream to the device depending on account activity.

A search tool provided with it also seems a pretty helpful, as users can parse through transaction to find specific purchases, transfers or even payments based on user-generated tags or by merchant. Although the application interacts with the online version but also stores some information locally and this allows it to be accessed without any internet connection.

In addition to this Android application they also offer its versions for Apple iOS Smartphones and tablets, and Android Smartphones.

According to Aaron Forth, general manager of Intuit’s personal finance group, as the tablet use rises, peoples will look for ways to manage their lives across multiple devices. So they have developed their Android tablet applications to bring simple money management tools to their fingertips.

Since its launch in 2007, mint.com has been used to track nearly $1 trillion in transactions and $485 billion in loans and assets for its customers. So these figures might get increased as now it is readily made available at people’s fingertips. 

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Author: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2012-02- 7 (Update: 2012-05-26)