Users' questions

Does Mint work on iPad?

Does Mint work on iPad?

Mint currently supports iPhone/iPad (iOS 13.0 and up), Android mobile devices (6.0 and up) and Android tablets (6.0 and up with a screen at least 8.9 inches).

Is Apple discontinuing the iPad?

The second-generation iPad Pro models were announced at Apple’s WWDC event in 2017 and saw significant upgrades over their predecessors. The second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro was discontinued in October of 2018, then the 10.5-inch model was later discontinued in March of 2019.

Is Mint a good budgeting app?

Mint earns a spot on Forbes Advisors’ Best Budgeting Apps Of 2021 and is worth strong consideration for helping meet your budgeting needs. Mobile apps like Mint can automate your budgeting process and help you find ways to save and set aside money toward future goals.

Is Mint a good app?

Mint is excellent for creating and tracking your budget, goals, and credit score. The alerts sent via email are a useful and welcomed feature. Unfortunately, Mint’s investing area is very weak for all but the basic investors.

Can you use Mint Mobile on an iPad?

Mint Mobile doesn’t offer iPad data plans. Instead, you can use Mint Mobile data from your smartphone through tethering using the service’s mobile hotspot feature.

Is there a Mint app for Apple Watch?

Mint: Personal Finance & Money on the App Store This app is available only on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Experience a fresh way to manage money. Reach your goals with personalized insights, custom budgets, spend tracking, and subscription monitoring—all for free.

How does a mint mobile plan work on an iPhone?

Mint Mobile’s prepaid plans each offer a Personal Hotspot feature for no additional cost. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone. Tap on Personal Hotspot. Tap on the toggle to turn Personal Hotspot On. Create a password for your personal hotspot in the password field. This prevents unauthorized users from using your iPhone’s data.

Is it possible to use Apple Card in mint?

Unfortunately, there is no support for viewing Apple Card transactional data in Mint. Presumably, this is because the Apple Card web interface on Apple’s website also does not show transactional information. You can try out Apple Card integration with Mint starting today.