No. 3: Mint.com Personal Finance
The type of finance app you choose to install on your own Android phone can be very personal, in that individual banks all make their own apps. We like Mint.com Personal Finance because it can offer data from multiple institutions, including just about every bank and credit union out there. Not only that, but it goes a step beyond by acting as a budgeting tool as well.
In order to get everything set up, you will have to create an account on Mint's Web site. Here, you can add all of your banks, loans, credit cards, and other assets and debts. Then, you can use the app to view balances and upcoming bills, as well as track your budget (should you choose to use that feature). All extremely handy info to have in the palm of your hand.
December 15, 2010 5:37 PM PST
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