For as long as I can remember, I've been using Mint to manage my personal finances. It syncs with all my accounts/credit cards, and the mobile app is pretty fantastic. Today, the Mint team pushed a pretty major update to the app in the Play Store, which brings a whole slew of new features to both the phone and tablet interfaces:

Phone Enhancements:
- Edit Budgets
- Create New Budgets
- Split Transactions
- Updated UI based on Android 4.0 Guidelines
- Updated Widget
- Squished Bugs
Tablet Enhancements:
- Split Transactions
- Net Income Over Time Trend
- Updated Widget
- Squished Bugs

With additions like the ability to edit/create budgets and split transactions (!), I can almost completely abandon the Mint website and manage all my finances completely from a phone or tablet. That's pretty incredible.

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Unfortunately, the only feature it's still missing is the ability to toggle the available/current balance on the tablet app - something that simply baffles me. The website shows both balances, and it can easily be toggled simply by tapping the balance on the phone. Why this same functionality isn't also available on the tablet makes absolutely no sense to me.

Either way, the update is live in the Store, so hit the widget to check it out.