About a year after Intuit's acquisition of Mint.com, it is closing the doors on its competing product. The technological migration has been tough for the company, it acknowledges.
The free personal finance iPhone app features very little in the way of security, but comes with ease of access.
An update to financial iPhone app Mint.com adds extra security, editing options, an a view to your budget.
Mint.com is adding new features to help its users keep track of their budget.
Tired of using the clunky bill-pay section of your bank's Web site? Manilla wants to take the pain out of paying your bills.
And now, too, there's also a Windows 8 version of Mint, the financial-planning and transaction-tracking service.
Aaron Patzer, now an Intuit vice president following its acquisition of Mint.com, is now faced with uniting two distinctly different personal-finance software brands.
Mint.com is doling out award points and achievements for smart financial decisions made by its users.
In Google's list of best apps for 2012, the company mentions some expected big hitters, as well as a few niche titles out of left field.
An Android app from personal finance service Mint.com joins its iPhone counterpart, though neither lives up to the full-fledged site.