I'd love to use Mint.com but it's not available in the UK. Any idea when it might be available in the UK, or are there any recommended UK equivalents?

  • Thanks. It's not really money/finance related advice I'm looking for though, more the multiple account synchronisation, management and tracking services.
    – Dave Hunt
    Commented Jul 2, 2010 at 16:35
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    Ditto for a Canadian equivalent which would also be nice.
    – scunliffe
    Commented Jul 2, 2010 at 16:48
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    I vote to change the title to something more generic; "...for users not in the US" Commented Jul 4, 2010 at 23:16
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    I say keep it UK as each country has different services. If you make it "non US" then it would have to be a CW.
    – Shevek
    Commented Jul 5, 2010 at 20:48
  • I'd prefer it to be more generic, but that it SHOULD include the UK. Surely there must be Mint.com clones that have worldwide coverage?
    – Ivo Flipse
    Commented Jul 10, 2010 at 20:33

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Update: Xero Personal has been discontinued as of November 2014.

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I havn't used their 'personal' offering myself but I do use their business version daily and love it, I don't know how I'd keep up with things without it.

Edit: One drawback is that it Xero Personal doesn't offer automatic import (that I could find). You will still need to export your accounts from your banks website.

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    It is commercial and I doesn't provide integration with any UK bank, only manual upload of statements.
    – sorin
    Commented Nov 10, 2012 at 20:45
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    Xero Personal is being discontinued as of November 2014: xero.com/blog/2013/08/…
    – Kyralessa
    Commented Feb 7, 2014 at 2:46

I personally use Buxfer, since it allows you to do both automatic and by hand transactions (since im in mexico and my bank is not supported by mint I needed hand made transactions).

Its simple and easy but have a lot of info and reports, i like it :)



is an australian site that supports international bank accounts and may suit your needs.

Slick interface and reports/categories/budgets and regular synch.


Has anyone here used lovemoney.com? Our account aggregation service went live last November. lovemoney.com provides users with the opportunity to manage all of their money in one place. The application is particularly useful for monitoring overspending and for setting savings goals. I would be interested to hear your feedback.



BudgetPulse would be worth checking out!

Anyone in the world can use BudgetPulse as this tool is designed with everyone in mind.

Import your transaction data from your banking institutions, spreadsheets, and other budgeting tools and quickly customize your personal budget to suit your needs. Remember, your data is always secure and any private banking or personal information is kept strictly outside BudgetPulse, so your budget is not connected to any bank or credit institution. Your budget is at all times very personal, very private, and very safe.


PocketSmith would be also be worth checking out!

Track spending, anywhere in the world.

We proudly support bank transaction files from anywhere in the world. After all, we're an international bunch ourselves. Even adding transactions manually is a pleasure.

Other tools include:


Yodlee.com are the guys who write the engine that almost all of these sites use (including Mint.com).

They have an own label site based on the engine at https://moneycenter.yodlee.com

It works very well, although it not as pretty as some of the others.


France has Linxo, roughly the same features as Mint, I use it for my bank account (Société Générale), it does the job.


Here are some alternatives you might find useful. They are available outside of the US.

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    You should instead summarise here what the benefits of any of these are instead of dumping a batch of links to go read sales pitches instead of actual thoughts on what makes these any good. Commented Jan 17, 2012 at 1:50

You may give InEx Finance a try and see if it works for you. They position themselves as an international service by supporting most popular world currencies. Direct synchronization with bank accounts is not available. However, they offer many import options to upload bank statements (ofx, qif) and bulk cash transactions (csv).


Check out https://getpocketbook.com - we are pretty new to the market but have the benefit of learning from a lot of failures. :)

Australians can sync with their banks but the app can be used internationally (you'll need to import your transaction from your bank's QIF file).

  • If you are the developer of/affiliated with getpocketbook, you should add a clear disclamer to your question. Commented Feb 13, 2014 at 9:14
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    – ale
    Commented Feb 13, 2014 at 13:35

Ahorro y punto in Spain. And an API for developers: API for banking.


Try out money.strands.com. Pretty much all the functionality you'd expect from a money management app.

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