Finance

  • Mint.com working on Windows 8, WP8 apps, signup now

    Innovative financial service Mint.com are creating a Windows 8 app and have a launched a signup form for early beta testers. Ironically the form sits on Google docs, they could have used an Excel form on Office Web Apps, but we’ll let that slide. For those that aren’t familiar...
  • Pocketbook goes mobile starting with an iPhone app

    Personal finance service Pocketbook has been a big hit. Since we covered the Aussie service last November, there’s been some new features added, like setting spending limits for the week. Now comes the first mobile Pocketbook app for iPhone. The app delivers you mobile access to your financial history,...
  • NAB Money tracker helps you spend and save better

    The National Australia Bank are entering the finance data game. Many years ago Mint.com made a big splash internationally with a startup that provided more information about the way consumers spent their money, than ever before. Fast forward a couple of years and we got our own version in...
  • Digital Post Australia begins preview

    Update After having an account for over a month, there was still no bill providers on-board. While the service is still in beta, I expected that some providers would be signed by now. I have now asked Digital Post Australia to delete my account. Check the calendar, yep we’re...
  • Pocketbook is Australia’s answer to Mint

    Managing personal finances is a break out competitive space and there’s a new service on the block. Pocketbook is a way that you can track where your money goes, while skipping on the elaborate task of categorising transactions. Once you connect Pocketbook to your bank account (scary at first),...
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