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Summary: With its native iPad app, Mint is bringing all of its best features to the touchscreen.
Mint, the personal finance website with 7 million users, has finally landed on the iPad.
The app brings much of the functionally users have come to expect from the web tool. Allowing users to see all their money in one place, Mint tracks spending, saving, credit cards and variety of other accounts.
Better, on the iPad all of that is handled via touch, making the whole experience slightly more intuitive and user-friendly than the online version of the tool. Users can also receive instant updates on bill reminders, which is one of the more helpful features Mint already offers.
Like the web version of Mint, the iPad app is entirely free, meaning that you have no excuse for missing your next credit card payment.
Ricardo Bilton writes for ZDNet's The ToyBox. His work has appeared in The Japan Times, The New York Observer, and The International Business Times, among other publications.