Disappointed that there is no syncing

I originally used the Check App when it started off as PageOnce.  I have to say I was excited that Intuit was taking Check to the next level.  BUT I'm truly disappointed in the ability for the iOS app & the Mint website to sync the same information.  There's basically no point in utilizing this service if I need to input all data multiple times.  Please add the ability to sync the two together.  In the world of technology today everything syncs across all devices.  The MAC app "syncs" via the website.  Come on Intuit let's get some simple cohesion between all of your products.

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Check became Mint Bills, which is completely separate from Mint, so at present you need to sign up for each separately if you want to use them both. No idea if that might change in the future, but that's the way it is now.

Mint Bills the website is completely synched with Mint Bills the app if that's all you care about.

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