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This article was published on March 12, 2014


Personal finance tracker Money Dashboard goes mobile, native iOS and Android apps on the way

Personal finance tracker Money Dashboard goes mobile, native iOS and Android apps on the way
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Keeping track of your finances can be a challenge, but thankfully there’s no shortage of services that promise to help you stay up to date. One such service, Money Dashboard, has existed on the Web since way back in 2010, but has only just announced a version of the site optimized for mobile visitors.

Money Dashboard promises that the mobile edition provides a streamlined interface that’s perfect for smaller screens to access financial info on the move and said that new features will be arriving for the platform as a whole in the “near future”. There’s also native iOS and Android apps on the way in “the coming months”.

Being the UK’s answer to Mint.com, it’s surprising that the company has taken quite so long to play nicely with non-desktop visitors and its mobile push can’t come soon enough – 12 percent of visitors to the site already access it via a mobile device, despite it not being optimized for them.

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