Discontinuing the Windows Phone App


A few weeks ago, we shared that we will be discontinuing service and support for Windows phone, tablet and Windows 8.1. Effective today, November 10th, that service and support will end and app log-ins will result in an error message.

 We understand that this change may be an inconvenience for our Windows mobile users and we appreciate the feedback you have provided.  While you will no longer be able to access your Mint account via the app you can continue to track your finances using the Mint web application at www.mint.com.

***End Update***

We will be discontinuing support and development for the Mint Windows Phone mobile app.

We’ve promised to hold ourselves to the highest standard of quality in our products, and strongly believe that shifting our efforts to the Mint Web, iOS and Android applications will help us deliver above and beyond that promise. There’s so much about the Windows Phone app that we love -  and it’s hard for us to say goodbye to it - but we are confident that this change will help you get even more out of Mint. 

What’s next? All of your information will continue to be available to you across the Mint ecosystem, so it’s super easy to continue to stay on top of your finances. Simply log into your account via the Mint Web.


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