Mint App Will Come to Android
There’s good news for those Android users who are looking for a budgeting and expense tracking app! Mint, the company behind the popular finance app that has been very successful on the iPhone platform is coming to the Android Market.
If you are unfamiliar with Mint, it is an extension of mint.com, which is a personal finance site which allows you to bring all your accounts into one place. It also gives you tools to budget, analyze and track your spending.
The Mint app ties into an account made on the mint.com site. This makes it useful when you are out an about to keep track of your money flow. Having used this app on the iPod Touch, I can say that it is a well thought out app, and is well put together. Sporting 2 million registered users, Mint has been rated the #1 personal finance app out there.
There is no word on an exact release date as of yet, but mint.com is announcing the app on their site with the following quote:
In the coming months, the Mint team plans to address user requests, adding support for thousands of additional financial institutions and an Android application to expand its mobile presence beyond its award-winning iPhone application.
Check out the Mint site for more info on how the whole system works.
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