Windows 8, 10 Mint App Receives Update
When it comes to managing your finances from your Windows 8 tablet, there’s no better option than the recently launched Windows 8 Mint app. Now, the financial management app has received its very first updated after the launch. Below are more details.
At the beginning of this month, the official Mint app had been launched in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users. Without a doubt, it is one of the best banking and personal finance apps to be used on your Windows 8 tablet and now, it has received an update. By using the app on your Windows 8 tablet or desktop device, you will be able to use bill reminders and get personalized money advice on how to better manage your money.
Windows 8 Mint app improved
Mint pulls in all your personal finance accounts into one place, so you can manage your money from anywhere. Track your spending, create a budget, and save more. See all your personal finance accounts—checking, savings, and credit cards; Get live updates for your accounts right on your Start screen (Windows-exclusive feature!); Save time with automatically categorized transactions; Understand where you’re spending with easy-to-read charts and graphs; Track your budget; Track your cash spending; Get bill alerts and bill reminders in the form of email or text alerts that notify you of upcoming bills, fees, low balances, unusual activity and more; View finances offline. The app stores information from your latest download.
According to the release note, version 1.01 of the official Mint app for Windows 8 users fixes the problems some users were having with slow or no login on the Mint app start. Manage your checking, savings, and credit cards from inside the app and get real-time updates for your accounts right on your Start screen of your Windows 8 tablet. Easy-to-read charts and graphs make it easier to track your budget and cash spending. Follow the direct link from below to download it from the Windows Store.
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