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Apple Card Doesn't Support Exporting Data to Financial Apps

With the Apple Card now available in a preview capacity to some customers, Apple has released everything from tutorial videos to support documents, giving us more insight into how the card works.

We've had countless questions from people who use software and apps like Mint and Quicken about whether or not the Apple Card will support financial services, and the answer is no, not at this time.


In a support document on how the Apple Card works, Apple says exporting data from Apple Card is not a feature offered at this time. From the document: "Exporting data from Apple Card to a financial app like Mint is not currently supported."

As financial apps like Mint and software like Quicken are popular with many people, it's possible that Apple will add support for exporting data in the future. Right now, Apple Card data and transactions can be viewed and managed only on the iPhone and the iPad, with no web support available.

The support document also includes details about viewing spending activity, viewing your monthly balance, seeing total spending each week or month, reviewing transactions, and reporting issues. Apple also has a support doc covering applying for Apple Card.

For more on Apple Card, make sure to check out our Apple Card guide, which we're in the process of updating with the new information that we've learned today.

Apple Card is available in a beta capacity for some users and will see a wider rollout later this month.



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3 weeks ago
Deal breaker. Let me know when you can import QFX or QIF data into Quicken or Banktivity.
Rating: 21 Votes
3 weeks ago
Good. These apps harvest transaction data so that they can do God-knows-what with it.
Rating: 18 Votes
3 weeks ago
Not being able to export to csv or excel is a deal breaker. So easy to do as well.
Rating: 18 Votes
3 weeks ago

Not being able to export to csv or excel is a deal breaker. So easy to do as well.


That is so lame. OTOH, we are still early in Apple Card maturity. Apple is more focused on making sure the card actually works and is secure, so Quicken and Mint is likely to come in the future.


More likely this is a privacy/security decision rather than a technical one. We've become so accustomed to allowing our data be in whosever hands asks for it, that we push back when someone doesn't allow for it. We need to recalibrate our mindset. Completely.
Rating: 15 Votes
3 weeks ago

Good. These apps harvest transaction data so that they can do God-knows-what with it.


Careful. Your ignorance is showing.
Rating: 15 Votes
3 weeks ago

Careful. Your ignorance is showing.

Well, pray tell how else Mint makes money for Intuit. Why else would Intuit have ever wanted to buy Mint? They're no charity.
Rating: 14 Votes
3 weeks ago
Other than the cool factor I question the value of the Apple Card giving all of its restrictions.
Rating: 13 Votes
3 weeks ago
No go for me without Quicken support. It seems like this should be a no-brainer feature, but my credit union recently upgraded their system and it dropped Quicken support. Customers freaked out and it was implemented.
Rating: 13 Votes
3 weeks ago

More likely this is a privacy/security decision rather than a technical one. We've become so accustomed to allowing our data be in whosever hands asks for it, that we push back when someone doesn't allow for it. We need to recalibrate our mindset. Completely.

Sorry, That’s a straw man. Big difference between apps taking personal data and using it for their own purposes (incl to sell) and a user consciously outputting the data for another use.
Rating: 10 Votes
3 weeks ago
“We’re introducing a credit card focused on privacy and security.”

“Awesome! This is exactly what we’ve been waiting for!”



“How do we export our data to third-party data miners?”

:facepalm:
Rating: 9 Votes

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