Ready to find out what personal finance apps are the best on Windows Phone? You recently nominated and voted for the best financial apps. Today we're announcing the results of the poll to show which app is king in the eyes of you - the Windows Central community.
First place - Mint
It should come as no surprise that Mint.com is the winner. The free web personal finance management service is popular in the US and Canada where it's available. Mint allows you to manage your personal finance accounts (checking, savings, and credit cards) in one place. You also get live updates on your accounts, can set and track a budget, get bill alerts and more. Just sign up for an account at mint.com.
Second place - MSN Money
While not a personal finance app to track your budget or spending, the MSN Money app is certainly one of the best financial-related apps in the Windows Phone Store. You can track your investment portfolios with the app and can get the latest business and finance news from a variety of sources in one app.
Third place - Toshl Finance
Toshl Finance is a personal finance app for everyone. While apps like Mint.com are only available in the US and Canada, Toshl works with over 160 currencies and is international by design. Toshl Finance not only works on your phone, but can be accessed by you in any web browser. Right now it requires you to manually import data, but they plan to add automatic import support soon. This is a great app that works anywhere and for anyone.
Above are some great apps selected by you. But every app nominated is worth checking out. If for whatever reason you're not happy with the above selection, see the runner-ups below.