If you take your finances serious enough where you want to receive a weekly report on all of the nonsense you purchased for yourself, then you’re probably familiar with Mint. Mint has been keeping tabs on the spending habits of its users for several years now with applications available on iOS and Android. We’re sure Windows and Windows Phone users also enjoy saving money, which is why Mint is happy to announce a Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone application has just been released.
The Mint application takes full advantage of Windows and Windows Phone’s Live Tiles as users can quickly glance at a brief overview of their financial accounts, bills and money advice without even having to open the application. Mint provides access to over 20,000 banks, credit card, loan and investment accounts, which users can track and monitor those accounts, categorize and organize their spending as well as enter or edit transactions.
Mint on Windows and Windows Phone shares many similarities to the application’s latest iOS 7 redesign and is yet another big-name application that has made itself available on both of Microsoft’s platforms. Hopefully this trend of popular applications making themselves available on Windows and Windows Phone keeps up as it’ll certainly help in more potential customers adopting either operating system.
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