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Personal finance apps -- particularly those packed with charts, graphs, and detailed lists of checking transactions and bank balances -- cry out for tablet-sized displays. TurboTax-maker Intuit offers a free Android tablet app that works with its Mint.com money management site, and it's a slick piece of work. Mint
lets you to manage all of your personal finance accounts -- checking, credit cards, savings, investing and so on -- in one place. The tablet version has features you won't get with Mint's other mobile incarnations, including charts and graphs that visualize your spending habits, as well as the ability to store your financial data for offline viewing.
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