Feature Request: Lightweight, paid or advertised Mac app that offers a "quick view" into accounts, budgets, and searchable transactions.

We all love the Mac QuickView app and the majority have expressed interest in paying for such an app or supporting non-intrusive advertisements. The Mint site is beautiful but the ease of use and fast UI is what made the QuickView app great.


While we understand that there are certainly non-disclosed internal decisions for discontinuing the app, consider this the voice of your user base stating that we're more than happy to monetarily support the development and re-publishing of this software.


Thank you for considering this!

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Hi Chris,

Thanks for your valued input! We don't have any plans for bringing back Quickview, or changing Mint in such a way that users would have to pay for it, but we are still interested in hearing the feedback from our userbase. It looks like you are one step ahead and tagged your post as a feature request to ensure visibility but I will also pass this along to our teams directly for consideration.

Regards,
Mint Mike

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