Originally Posted by Debinnov a
I use Mint currently but very frustrated with it. I use on a tablet and can't figure out how to delete old bank accounts. Also, now, for some reason I'm getting duplicates on all debits/charges from credit cards, so no value at all. I'm going to pick up Quicken, I think.
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Interesting, I have no problem deleting accounts on my android phone but finding the delete function is not as easy as on a PC. My main issue with it is how often it can't access some of my accounts without additional inputs by me but that appears to be related to the security used by the institution.
Re another commenter on giving passwords to something like Mint, I'm not sure it's a real problem - I certainly would have expected some issues to arise already if it were. Mint, sigfig, etc. have been out for quite awhile and I haven't heard of security breaches.
One app for tablets and phones I really like that doesn't require your passwords but does require you to set up your investments manually is Stock Quote by Bishinew. Once set up, you can see each account and an overview. It keeps track of stocks and mutual funds by ticker all the time. It also links to dropbox so if you have separate devices, you can easily keep them synched and never have to worry about losing all your data.