Intuit has rolled out an update to their financial budget and bill tracking app, Mint. The update brings many improvements including a much improved ability to see the bills you have due, which ones have been paid and payment reminders so you can avoid late fees. If you are a subscriber to Mint and have the app installed, the OTA should be coming to you over the course of the next couple of days.
The biggest change in this update is the new bill section. Now you can see the number of bills that have been paid and the number that you have coming up in the month. Tapping on this new tile will give you the exact details of which bill is do when and who it is due too. The idea is to give you a better grasp on your cashflow so you can budget to get your bills paid on time.
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For those of you who use Mint for managing your household budgets and finances, there is a nice update out for you this morning. The update, version 4.14 for those keeping score at home, brings support for fingerprint authentication. Mint joins an ever increasing number of apps that support fingerprint authentication as it for the most part will be safer than PINs or passwords. The new feature is not enabled by default and, as expected, you won’t see it as an option if you have the app installed on a phone that doesn’t have a fingerprint scanner. To enable it, go to Settings>Security and there is a new checkbox to enable it. The next time you start up Mint, you will be prompted to scan your fingerprint to get into your financial information.
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The personal finance, Mint for Android, has received another minor update that brings with it a new Weekly Summary Page. If you aren’t familiar with Mint for Android, it is designed by Intuit, the same folks behind Quicken and Quickbooks. Mint is for personal finance, allowing you to quickly add your banking, credit card, loans and investment accounts to the service which allows you to quickly and easily track them as well as your budget and spending. This latest update, build 4.3.4 for those keeping score at home, is available now in the Google Play Store. To use the app and service, you will need a Mint account which is free & you can sign up for it within the app itself or on the Mint website.
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