Experience Mint like never before—beautifully redefined to make money management simpler and more seamless. Now your financial information will unlock personalized money-saving MintSights™ you can’t find anywhere else.
Mint is the free money management and financial tracker app that helps you get ahead and stay ahead. We bring together your bank accounts, credit cards, bills, and investments in one place. See what you’re spending and where you can save money, so you can live the life you want.
Now Mint is smarter than ever. MintSights can unlock exclusive money-saving insights based on your real financial information. Now it’s even easier to turn over a new leaf with your money.
YOUR MONEY, EFFORTLESSLY ORGANIZED
Now with just one swipe you can track your balances and transactions. Mint gives you a more complete picture of your financial life by bringing everything together: account balances, spending, your free credit score, net worth, and more.
SEE THE NUMBERS THAT MATTER MOST
The new Mint app keeps your credit score and net worth front-and-center. Convenient notifications keep you on top of your spending, account balances, and more. Get a quick view of your financial health both on-the-go and on desktop at mint.com.
From day one you’ll see smart budgets (and savings opportunities) based on your spending.
MANAGE BILLS & MONEY TOGETHER
Track bills right alongside your account balances. With bill pay reminders you’ll know what's due, when it’s due, and the money you have to put toward your balances.
FREE CREDIT SCORE MONITORING
See your free credit score whenever you sign in, no credit card required. Get fraud and identity alerts and updates to your score, so you’re always on top of your financial life.
We’re serious about protecting your account, and are constantly improving our security measures. See more here: https://www.mint.com/how-mint-works/security#toc
FROM INTUIT INC.
Mint is part of a suite of financial tools that includes TurboTax®, QuickBooks®, QuickBooks Self-Employed™ and ProConnect™. Wherever you are in life, whatever you do, Intuit can help you save money and simplify the business of life.
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When you download and use Mint, you agree to the Mint Terms of Service https://www.mint.com/terms
Message and data rates apply. Reminders subject to interruptions due to various reasons including but not limited to internet/mobile service outages. Account balances may not immediately reflect recent transactions. Internet/mobile data required for financial data refresh.
Mint currently connects to US and Canadian financial institutions only.
- Fixed a crash on launch happening to some users
- Fixed an issue where enabling TouchID/FaceID was not working for some users
Ratings and Reviews
I have been using this app for several years now and I believe it's the best app for keeping track of bank accounts and credit cards. It has several new features that I am interested in using-investments . I really enjoy the fact that all I have to do is enter my password and I can see all the details of my checking account and my credit card. In my opinion this is the greatest app for controlling my budget. All I need now is a little will power. Thanks for this app. I really miss the ability to make additional payments on my credit card. I wish I had used it more often. If you want to improve your credit score, use this app to easily keep track of your money on a moment to moment basis. Having tried a few other apps, I am happy to say that this app is the BEST. UPDATE!!! Oct 29, 2018: I have just experienced a second password failure. This same failure happened 2 years ago. (Nov 13,2016). Their system just drops the password and there's nothing you can do but establish a new password. It's the only complaint I have ever had with system. They send a message through your email so now I have to start all over again. Other than this problem, it's a great way of keeping track of your money.
Great budget app
I love Mint to help me track my spending this is way better for me than the Bank of America tools because the bank site used different categories on different page sections, and I couldn’t create a cohesive easy to understand view. Mint lets me pull in several accounts and credit cards and see everything all together. There are 2 things that bother me. First, it has a great feature for budgeting that allows you to carry over unused funds from month to month. This is great if you want to save up or reward yourself for behaving, but the app can’t tell the difference between overspending and underspending. For example, if your clothing budget is $50 a month and you only spend $25 in one month, the extra $25 will carry over to give my $75 for next month (yay!) but the app shows the budget item as red as if I have overspent and tells me I’m -$25 over budget (boo!). That makes NO sense and throws off my ability to quickly look for the red/yellow/green bars to see if I’m ok on spending and see how much I have available to spend. Also, I wish Mint would “learn” better. There is one restaurant I frequent that always seems to get categorized as a hotel. I have changed the categorization about 200 times. I would like the app to either figure it out or to let me set up an automatic override rule so I don’t have to keep changing the same charge over and over. If they would fix these 2 small things, the app would be perfect for me.
It’s a great app, but there’s room to improve in big ways.
It would be nice to be able to add and edit categories when it comes to transactions. And have more options of linking “bill accounts” like Netflix and things - the selections there are limited. Also, I live with my parents and don’t pay the utilities companies directly, but I give [parents] money towards the rent, utilities, groceries, and insurance(s) every month. So I don’t have an account (like Electricity, gas, phone, water, cable, car/health insurance, etc) to link, because were all on family plans for every thing, but it would be nice if the payments I make to them would help my credit, cause it needs the help. I also don’t make rent payments to a company so those don’t count for me. I have all these bills to pay and none count towards my credit because I can’t link the account and I feel like that’s very unfair. I know I’m not the only person in this kind of situation, a LOT of people live with roommates (at the least - if not parents or grandparents or even siblings) and usually only one person has all the accounts in their name most of the time and the rest of the roommates give them money towards it all every month, I feel like it’s only fair for ALL the people to get credit score points towards all that for keeping up on payments, not just the account holder. Things are hard enough out there these days without being penalized for having roommates.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.