Windows 8.1, 10 Mint App now Available in the Windows Store

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Mint is one of the best apps to manage your personal finance and banking and now it has finally in the Windows Store for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 consumers. Read below more details.
mint windows 8 app
Managing your personal finances has now become fancier as the banking app Mint.com has arrived for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users. The banking app was long overdue and its launch in the Windows Store is welcomed.

When it comes to Windows 8 banking apps, we here have reviewed the official Bank of America Windows 8 app and have complained that American Express hasn’t yet released one for Windows 8 clients. But let’s see what Mint for Windows 8 can offer.

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.

Here are some of its most important features:

  • 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

Read Also: Turn Your Windows 8 Device Into a Mobile Credit Card Terminal

The Windows 8 Mint currently connects to US and Canadian financial institutions only, being restricted to users from other countries. Mint has also released an app for Windows Phone 8 users.

Download Mint.com Personal Finance for Windows 8