Mint iOS App Goes to Version 2.0 – Now with Full iPad Look and Feel

Posted by at 6:03 am on October 26, 2011

Mint.com has launched v2.0 of its iOS app, introducing a native iPad interface. The increase in screen space allows the inclusion of interactive graphs, which reveal more information when touched. Likewise users have access to a redesigned overview screen, displaying a quick view of content like alerts and current financial status.

The app also supports entering cash and pending transactions, and incorporates a special iPad Transactions view. A list on the left of the screen is matched by a pane on the right, which displays details for each transaction such as notes, tags, location and how the money affects a budget category. The new app also lets users view financial data without having an active Internet connection.

“People send us their inspiring stories about how and why they use Mint.com, and it helped us to envision this new product,” said Aaron Forth, general manager of Intuit Inc.’s  personal finance group. “For couples reviewing their combined savings at home on the couch, or for parents teaching their kids about money, the Mint.com app for iPad lets them tap, pinch and flick, making the experience more collaborative and social.”

Key Features

  • Organize all accounts: One tap delivers a complete overview of finances, all in one place.
  • Get personalized updates: New streaming delivery of account alerts, bill reminders and personalized advice helps people make smart financial decisions.
  • Obtain financial insight: Pinch, tap and flick through graphs to drill into spending by category, merchant or budget.
  • Sync multiple devices:  Changes to one platform – on the Web browser, Mac, iPad, iPod Touch and smartphone, either iPhone or Android,  automatically sync on all devices.
  • Track cash spending: The app’s geo-location capabilities help people cleanly and immediately categorize cash spending, so no spending goes unaccounted for in people’s budgets.
  • Review finances anywhere: No Internet? No problem. Storing data from the latest download allows easier viewing of finances, anytime, anywhere.

The Mint 2.0 app is a free download, but requires iOS 5, as well as a free Mint.com account.

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