Mint app already sitting in Windows Phone Store, just waiting to be published

We posted 3 weeks ago that the Mint personal finance app was going into close beta soon.

It seems that is the case, as the app has now turned up in the Windows Phone store, unfortunately only available to the official beta testers.

The app comes with a minimal description, merely stating that it offers:

Everything you love about Mint is maximized to give you the big picture view and dollars-and-cent details of your money right on your Windows Phone.

The app is however expected to offer users the ability to track bank, credit card, investment, and loan transactions and balances through a single user interface. Users can also make budgets and goals, like saving $1000. Users also have the option to manually enter cash or check transactions.

The app was earlier said to be set for a December launch, and so far it appears on track, just in time for the great Holiday spend.

See the entry in the Windows Phone Store here.

Via WPC.

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