's home page login on smaller browser window does not seem to work.

This is something I've experienced on Firefox, Chrome, and IE11.

When the browser is small enough that the website changes to the more mobile style with the hamburger button in the top left, when you go to the hamburger button menu and select login it does not work. When I've done it on IE11, it's automatically taken me to an error page, but on Chrome and Firefox it seems to freeze with the login item permanently pressed in and the menu not working. Also does this similar functionality on my stock browser on Android (not chrome).

It doesn't display a login information box or anything. Just either goes to an error page or doesn't work.

Props to you guys though for making the site more mobile friendly for those that don't want to have the app.


Brett G,

I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused by Mint not working in mobile browsers.  I tested this myself and didn't have a problem in Chrome, but did in Firefox (Android).  I will pass this along myself, but please use the Contact Mint form to report this to our support team so they can gather more information to help resolve the issue: 


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