Posts tagged as: Mint.com

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

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 […]

Mint.com Launches New Bill Reminder Feature

Mint has addressed one of it’s largest customer requests.  Today Mint launched a Bill Reminders feature that helps people stay on top of their upcoming bills by tracking regular due dates in one place.  This feature joins the reminders for credit cards and loans.   The new feature  provides people with a simple timeline of […]

Mint Debuts Game to Help Kids Learn About Money

Mint.com wants to help middle schoolers develop good money management skills and have fun while they learn.  As part of their parent company Intuit’s financial literacy program that was announced in December of last year, Mint.com is introducing its new online “Quest for Money” game. It provides free tools to help middle school students learn […]

Mint.com Adds Refinancing and Home Loan Feature to the “Ways to Save” Section

Mortgage payments comprising 65 percent of all consumer debt, according to the Federal Reserve. To help people plan and budget for owning a home, Mint.com has added a home loans feature to the “Ways to Save” portion of its award-winning tool. The feature looks through thousands of home loan options and compares them to a […]

Mint.com Users Can Get Satifaction with New Tool

Mint.com is introducing a new way for their users to communicate both with the Mint product team and with each other.   The new Get Satisfaction customer community is designed to let Mint.com users obtain answers, share ideas, and connect with each other and with the Mint.com product team, all without leaving their account. “Customer […]

Mac Quicken is Real and Set for 2010 Release

The Mac has been gaining market share the last few years but one of the biggest money management programs, Quicken, has been AWOL with updates since 2007.   To be honest, I thought Intuit was just going to let it die without giving it a funeral. I wasn’t alone in that view.   Many others […]

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