FreeMint is one of the best names in personal finance, and now they have a brand new app. Intuit acquired Mint, who acquired the iPhone app Check. Mint Bills & Money is the successor to Check, with new branding alongside enhancements to an already great app. Managing your money is easy with Mint as it shows your income, and expenses within the context of your budget, while connecting with your various accounts to show upcoming bills. Mint Bills & Money focuses on the bills part of Mint.com, and takes it a step further to allow you to pay bills right on your iOS device.
It’s the holiday shopping season, and while it’s great to have a fancy shopping app, it’s also nice to have an app to deal with all of the shopping that will rack up. Mint Bills & Money lets you add all of your bills with a quick set-up system that offers suggestions based on your current location. Once you add your account details, you can then view your various outstanding balances on electricity, TV, cell phone, credit cards, and more. The app gives you one location to view all of your bills, as well as pay all of your bills. Rather than going to each individual payment site, and having separate reminders for different due dates, you can now have all of that info in Mint Bills & Money. It’s a great way to stay on top of what’s due, and you can pay multiple bills instantly all from within the app. There are also graphs to show your expenditures over time, as well as individual breakdowns per billing type.
Mint Bills & Money (Free, Universal) is an outstanding finance utility to help you stay on top of your bills like never before.