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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by ZBoater, Nov 15, 2013.
Anyone know of an iPad banking app that connects and downloads transactions from the bank?
Your bank's own app?
I wouldn't trust a third party app for that.
Why not use your own bank's app?
Check is excellent.
Do you guys manage a checking account? Ever heard of Quicken?
I've heard of it. All those financial management apps are too much for me. I use a paper spreadsheet.
I know...so 1990's.
I like the following:
Ok, I'm missing something. I tried Mint and it connects to my bank and let's me see my transactions. Cool. Then what? In Quicken for Windows I can enter future transactions, you know, PLAN, see how much I will have left over next month after all the bills are paid, etc. These apps appear to only let me view but have no data entry or planning functions.
Am I missing something?
Well, you know, PLAN, is also known as budgeting in this case which you may be able to find in the Mint app. Alternatively, you may benefit from reading their FAQs and learning more about their product which, in this case, do allow you to input information.
I have, and found that a lot of functionality is to be had from their mint.com site, not the app.
I like Check. Mint is too limiting for my tastes...
I use it for the iPhone and iPad. It allows you to do some if not all of the functions it seems you may be looking for. I like that it syncs to my other devices OTA so I don't have to force a sync when wanting to use it on the other device. I believe they have a free version to try out as well.
I would use the bank's own app. They will be more secure than any third party app.
Take a look at moneywiz. They offer an iOS version and a desktop version.
My bank has no app so I have to look for 3rd party apps.