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Mint.com is a free web-based personal financial management service for the US and Canada[ that provides account aggregation using Intuit for connecting to accounts.
The service allows users to track bank, credit card, investment, and loan transactions and balances through a single user interface. Users can also make budgets and goals, like saving $1000. Users also have the option to manually enter cash or check transactions.
Last year November we asked you all to show your support for Mint app for Windows Phone. I think our effort has paid off now, as Mint for Windows Phone is coming soon.
The company is teasing a Windows Phone app that will offer:
- See all your financial accounts in one place
- Create and manage your budgets
- Keep track of your spending
- Get alerts of upcoming bills, fees and unusual activity
The app will let users Track, budget and manage your money, and come with a Live Tiles on to instantly see your accounts and budgets.
Unfortunately the link to the app leads to a page a page saying the app is on its way, with the page address clearly indicating the app is being targeted at Windows Phone 8.
The app ticks off another box from the short list of essential apps which is often complained about is missing on Windows Phone.
The teaser page can be seen here.
Thanks Kyle for the tip.