Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Finance#web Related Posts Personal finance manager Mint.com just released their long-awaited iPad app. It is now available in the iOS App Store.The Mint iPad app offers a more engaging way to view your finances than the browser-based service can. The app’s home screen lets users move through their finances at a glance; the charts module at the top shows graphs of spending overview, spending over time and net income. The app takes advantage of multi-touch gestures for navigation, prioritizing swipes over a cumbersome “back” button. There’s also a search function that allows users to search transactions by merchant, categories or tags.The Mint iPad app also gives users the opportunity to add expenses, which comes in particularly handy if you prefer to pay in cash but still want to use the app. alicia eler A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Mint.com was founded in 2006 as one of the first financial information sites that acknowledged a very simple idea: People would prefer to see a easy-to-view dashboard of all their financial accounts. Mint.com achieves all of that by aggregating checking, credit card, and loan accounts in one simple UI. The site was re-designed in 2008. Intuit bought the company in 2009.Because Mint.com was originally built for a Web-browsing experience, using it on the iPad has been less than optimal. It was only a matter of time before Mint launched an iPad app, something discussed at SXSW 2011. Tablet-users prefer to engage with their devices in the evenings. They read magazines, books and newspapers, play games and watch videos. Organizing personal finances using a slick, easy-to-use interface like the Mint iPad app seems like a natural addition to these more leisurely activities that iPad users tend to do in the home.Image via tuaw.com. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Sri Lankan captain speaking at a press conference.Sri Lankan cricket captain Kumar Sangakkara has apologised to Indian fans for his teammate’s deliberate no-ball that denied Virender Sehwag a century in Monday’s ODI at Dambulla.Sangakkara admitted that Suraj Randiv’s no-ball was deliberate and offered his apologies. He told Headlines Today that he wanted action to be taken against the players involved in the act. Sangakkara said he had only asked Randiv to “keep the last ball tight”. “We as a team take responsibility for Randiv’s action,” he said. An internal inquiry ordered by the Sri Lankan Cricket Board had found Randiv guilty of bowling a deliberate no-ball. Sangakkara then apologised to Indian captain M.S. Dhoni and coach Gary Kirsten. He even sent Randiv to apologise to Sehwag. But was Randiv egged on by teammates to bowl the no-ball? The stump mike caught Sangakkara telling Randiv that Sehwag was one run away from his century. But in his defence, Sangakkara now says he was only telling his bowler to keep it tight.