Intuit has upgraded the iOS app for its Mint personal finance tool with two new "most-requested" features that should keep users from ever having to go to the Mint.com website. Until now, there were several important budgeting tasks that required users to head to Mint's website to manage.
Users can now create new budgets and edit existing budgets, using a clever "budget slider" to set and adjust existing budgets.
Also new is the ability to split existing transactions into multiple categories, such as turning a large Wal-Mart shopping trip into $200 of groceries and $75 of household supplies for more accurate budgeting. In fact, the new transaction splitting feature is even easier to use than the same feature on the Mint website.