Mint: Budget & Expense Manager App

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What is Mint: Budget & Expense Manager? Description of Mint: Budget & Expense Manager

Experience a fresh way to manage money. Reach your goals with personalized insights, custom budgets, spend tracking, and subscription monitoring—all for free. Easily see your monthly bills, set goals, and build stronger financial habits. Get the #1 personal finance and budgeting app now*.

Mint is the money management app that brings together all of your finances. From balances and budgets to credit health and financial goals, your money essentials are now in one place. Join the 24 million users that trust Mint to help them reach their goals.


Your spending and financial accounts all in one place. Mint gives you a more complete picture of your financial health by bringing everything together: account balances, monthly expenses, spending, your free credit score, net worth, and more. Connect your cash, credit cards, loans, investments, and more.


Mint helps track your transactions, budgets, expenses, and subscriptions. We bring together all your numbers to show your net worth and spending trends. Get alerted when you’re close to going over budget and before you overdraft from an account. We’ll notify you when subscription prices go up and uncover old ones you don’t use.


A new and exciting feature that could help you save on your monthly bills**.

Mint can now cancel subscriptions directly from our App. Get notified when subscriptions have gone up and let us do the work for you!

A new and exciting feature that could help you save on your monthly bills**.


Mintsights will take a deep dive into your accounts and uncover new ways to make every dollar count. Use our money tracker to get a quick view of your financial health.


Make every dollar count with our budgeting feature. Get a smart budget based on your spending on day 1 and keep tabs on your balances with our budget tracker.


Track bills right alongside your account balances. Our bill tracker makes it easy to manage your expenses, helping you keep tabs on your debt. Plus, get bill reminders so you can put an end to late fees. Expense tracking can help you reach your goals sooner.


File and track your taxes directly in Mint with TurboTax. Check your refund status and date estimate in Mint when you file with TurboTax. We’ll notify you when it arrives in your account.


Set custom financial goals in our budgeting app and get actionable tips tailored to you. With our money management advice, you can see and celebrate your progress. We’ll help you make the most of your money.


See your free credit score & credit report whenever you sign in. Get fraud and identity alerts and updates to your score in one money management app.


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Mint is part of a suite of financial tools that include TurboTax®, QuickBooks®, QuickBooks Self-Employed™, and ProConnect™.

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  1. Mint: Budget & Expense Manager App User Reviews
  2. Mint: Budget & Expense Manager Pros
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  4. Is Mint: Budget & Expense Manager legit?
  5. Should I download Mint: Budget & Expense Manager?
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Mint: Budget & Expense Manager App User Reviews

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Mint: Budget & Expense Manager Pros

Great to keep track of expenses and other shenanigansIt’s great way to keeping track of my expenses. Also, it opened my eyes at how much money I throw away on Uber eats and corner store snacks 🤦🏽‍♂️.XavsRockVersion: 150.67.0

Best Finance app, but still needs moreUpdate: All my bills in which I use mostly this app for are all gone. Just disappeared. Not cool. Mint has worked wonders in managing my finances. No longer do I need registries, or keep up with my reciepts. If your a numbers geek, want to keep up your finances, or want to watch you banks grow. This is the app to do it. I find myself looking at trends and budgets. Tweaking and adjusting to my financial goals and needs. With out this app I would be truly clueless where all my money is going. Now I know where every penny goes. As a current college student recovering from credit card debt, watching my debts decrease and my net value increase has been addicting. Highly recommend. However I wish this app allowed to add estimated payday payouts to the calendar on bills, giving you a balance of what you'd receive and what would be left after bills of the following 2 weeks and month. That way customers will know how much money they can budget everymonth. Or simply just adding the ability to add expected income before and adjusting automatically to when the deposit comes in. Mint is great for tracking expenses, investments and property. Just not the best at income!.MarcosaurusRexVersion: 5.19.0

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Mint: Budget & Expense Manager Cons

Doesn’t show “Net Worth” and “Income” chartsThe iPhone app doesn’t show “net worth” or “income” charts which is what I want the most The main thing I use mint for is to follow my cash flow at the end of the month. Because it updates so slowly, I can’t use it to track my budget in real time. I use the TD bank app instead to track spending because it updates faster. They could fix these issues, and then the app would be better I hope they do Or else TD could start showing monthly charts, that would be welcome too.Jon JeffreyVersion: 6.9.1

Unresponsive to Requests for ImprovemevtUPDATE: I went to the article linked in the developer response, and it was totally inapplicable. It explained how to add a manual transaction to an existing account. That’s not what I asked about, or the feature I requested. If Mint has chosen not to support Apple Card, they should support off-line accounts that would have manually (or better, as I originally suggested, imported) transactions. Until mint allows me to capture a complete, accurate picture of my financial position, it’s worthless. I run a lot of spend through Apple Card and it’s not captured at all! Even the monthly payments to Apple Card aren’t recorded, making my monthly spend look artificially low. Intuit keeps investing in “redesigning” the app to add new features, yet they’ve been stubbornly unresponsive to requests to add major financial institutions and credit cards. For example, MetLife spun off BrightHouse Financial. Since Mint has always supported MetLife, you’d think support for BrightHouse Financial would be a no-brainer? Nope. Over two years and Mint still hasn’t heard of BrightHouse Financial. Another great example - Apple Card. Ok, I’ll buy that maybe Apple won’t let Mint connect to them. In fact, that might make me feel better. But Apple does allow downloading of transactions. Yet Mint hasn’t mastered the concept of manually importing transactions? How long has Intuit owned them? Maybe focus on the basics before trying to add flashy features..Jim19406Version: 7.30.2

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Is Mint: Budget & Expense Manager legit?

Yes. Mint: Budget & Expense Manager is 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 793,625 Mint: Budget & Expense Manager user reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, AppSupports Legitimacy Score for Mint: Budget & Expense Manager is 92.0/100.

Is Mint: Budget & Expense Manager safe?

Yes. Mint: Budget & Expense Manager is quiet safe to use. This is based on our NLP analysis of over 793,625 user reviews sourced from the IOS appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5. AppSupports Safety Score for Mint: Budget & Expense Manager is 93.5/100.

Should I download Mint: Budget & Expense Manager?

There have been no security reports that makes Mint: Budget & Expense Manager a dangerous app to use on your smartphone right now.

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Product details of Mint: Budget & Expense Manager

App Name:
Mint: Budget & Expense Manager
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Legitimacy Score:
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Content Rating:
4+ Contains no objectionable material!
Finance, Productivity
App Size:
456.23 MB
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Relase Date:
19 December 2008, Friday
Last Update:
04 February 2024, Sunday - 04:27
IOS 15.0 or later

Mint: Budget & Expense Manager 150.81.0 Update Note
✱ Version History

Bugfixes and enhancements.

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