Experience Mint like never before. Beautifully redefined to make money management simpler and more seamless. Now see your data working harder to unlock personalized money-saving advice & insights.
Mint is the free app that brings together everything from balances & budgets to your goals, credit score, and more. Your financial life - easy to understand & in one place.
*NEW* SET GOALS AND GET ACTIONABLE INSIGHTS & ADVICE
Reaching your financial goals starts with setting them. Mint allows you to set your goals in the app, get actionable, money-saving advice, and track & celebrate your progress along the way.
YOUR MONEY, EFFORTLESSLY ORGANIZED
See all of your spending and accounts in one place; track your balances and transactions with just one click. 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.
Become a budgeting pro using Mint. You can easily create budgets that are sustainable, effective and simple. From day one you’ll see smart budgets (and savings opportunities) based on your spending. Mint provides budgeting tips and advice to help you save for your financial goals. Know what money is left with Mint's daily budget tracker. We’ll show you exactly how your spending decisions affect the money you have at the end of the month or year.
FREE CREDIT SCORE, REPORT, & MONITORING
See your free credit score & report 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.
TRACK YOUR BILLS LIKE NEVER BEFORE
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.
STAY IN THE LOOP WITH PERSONALIZED ALERTS
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.
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Mint currently connects to US and Canadian financial institutions only.
New and Improved:
- A new Accounts details page listing out your cash, credit cards, loans and investments accounts
- You can now view your Net worth in accounts detail page along with delta for this month
- New Compare feature allows you to easily compare benefits of different credit cards (including your Approval Odds)
- Font being cut off for some users
- Adding note for transactions was crashing in iPad
- Multiple other bug fixes and improvements
- Multiple crash fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
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.
Using for years and love it
Hi there - I have been using this app for budgeting and keeping track of my credit score for a couple or few years now. My score has grown over 50 points since I’ve been able to closely monitor it with this app. My favorite points to mention is the flexibility of this app - I’ve tried a few different budgeting “theories” or “systems” or whatever you want to call it and this app has always been there for me and I’ve been able to adapt the views and tracking to meet my needs. Also, when I get frustrated and just want a break from tracking finances this app is still in the background so when I come back to it I can hop right in and get a relatively accurate picture of my month or 2 I didn’t actively use it. There are ads, of course, and the syncing isn’t always *perfect* and has to be manually refreshed- but for a free app, I seriously have 0 complaints! Kudos to the Mint developers team. Keep up the good work.
The other thing I will note is the app is not constantly changing with updates, however, bug fixes are solved quickly. That’s exactly the balance you want with a long term use app that most developers can’t get right. Some apps you have to completely re-learn after an update and it’s annoying and frustrating- but here I’ve never noticed large changes that make me change the way I use it. Thank you to the team for that.
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.