Personal finance app Mint comes to Windows Phone 8

Personal finance app Mint comes to Windows Phone 8

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Just in time for your next holiday shopping spree: Mint, the wildly popular money management tool, is now available on Windows Phone 8. Download it now

As you can see below, the app shows all your financial accounts in one place and makes it easy to create and stick to budgets. Once you’ve linked your accounts to Mint, your financial transactions start to appear as they’re processed. Multi-touch graphs quickly show where your money is going, while the app’s Live Tiles offer handy financial snapshots.

Pull up account summaries, bill due dates, and set financial reminders. You can even apply for loans right from the app. 

Mint also arrived today for Windows 8 tablets and PCs. You’ll find additional coverage on the Mint blog and Windows blog.

Personal finance app Mint comes to Windows Phone 8Personal finance app Mint comes to Windows Phone 8

Personal finance app Mint comes to Windows Phone 8Personal finance app Mint comes to Windows Phone 8

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  • Excellent news. I also like to see applications like Pomodoro, Dropbox, an alternative to office, Kobo to read. epub, vsco cam, Feedly, Pocket, Real Racing, Plume for Twitter, Improving the app of YouTube, Flipboard, Inky and notification center would be very interesting.

  • Speaking of WP features... It would be nice if there was a setting where we could adjust the start screen scroll speed.. I want mine to scroll faster.. After comparing how fast the start screen can scroll, compared to scrolling in apps like FB beta, I noticed how limited its scrolling speed is.. It may be fine for some, but I would like to adjust mine to scroll much faster..

  • vieya
    44 Posts

    When will a Nokia Lumia arrive on Sprint? It's been over a year.

  • Nathan
    63 Posts

    Please convince the MetaTrader guys to bring their apps on Windows Phone. We used to have MT4 on Windows Mobile. Now, Android and iOS has all their apps (MT4 and MT5) but not Windows Phone though.

    I think they need little persuasion, if you know what I'm saying ;)

    Love my WP !