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.