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Sams Teach Yourself Mint.com in 10 Minutes by James Floyd Kelly

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LESSON 11. Mobile Mint

In this lesson, you learn how to access and use Mint.com on mobile devices such as phones and tablets.

Take Mint.com with You

Mint.com is a browser-based service, so it’s no surprise that you find the most up-to-date features and tools it has to offer when you power up your computer or laptop’s web browser and point it to www.mint.com.

But we live in a mobile world. It’s not always convenient to sit in front of a computer screen when you want to access your Mint.com account. Fortunately, Mint.com makes its services available to those users who have a smart phone (with the capability to download and use apps or open an app browser) or tablet with Wi-Fi connectivity or a data plan (3G/4G).

To start, we introduce you to a ...

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