I apologize for the trouble you're having with the Mint app, I understand how that could be a frustrating situation. The information on the app should be the same as on the website, so it's strange that you wouldn't see the same data between them. To answer your secondary question, yes hiding an account on the app should hide on the desktop as well, or vice-versa. I just confirmed this works as intended with my personal account, which makes me think there is some sort of disconnect between your app and our servers. This is likely some sort of cache issue: you can clear app cache in Android, but it's usually easier to simply delete and re-install the app. However if that doesn't work for any reason, please open a ticket with the Contact Mint form so our support team can gather more specific data about the app and your phone for further investigation and assistance.
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