Oh Lord, please tell me the new mobile app is a joke?

Now instead of having most everything easily available and concise on the "overview" page, you're going to split this into 5 or 6 swipe tabs?  Each plastered with ads or credit card solicitations, or Mint's moronic "you've spent X on this in the past 30 days"

Aside - does ANYONE find these useful?  The amount spent is ok..  But it's accompanied by "usually you spend" which is never correct.

Adverstisements for Rewards and Investments.  Budgets is another pointless summary that pretty much everyone is going to want to ultimately drill into anyway.

If you're serious about this change, mint needs to allow us to customize how and which panels we see.  I will never, ever, ever use credit score, rewards, or investments.  This thing just got way more cluttered and useless.

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