The ranking of personal finance apps has a big winner

When it comes to personal finances, it’s probably best not to have any surprises. The latest edition of the PYMNTS Personal Finance App Vendor Rankings keeps things nice and steady, for the most part, with a few minor changes among the competitors.

There is a big change, but it is good. One app has gained seven points and five places in the rankings since the last time. So, let’s check the sums and see how things are this time.

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Holding on to first place is Ring. This app took the top spot a month ago and is back there again with a score of 99.

There is another familiar name in the second position. Booking he shared this spot last time, but now he has it all to himself with a score of 97.

The app that shared that spot last month has slipped to No. 3. Robin Hood he is three points behind with a score of 94.

Rejected from the third ranking, Albert Save and spend smarter has landed at No. 4. This app is just one point behind with a score of 93.

After fairly quiet activity so far, here’s a big change: mint he has jumped five levels in the ranking since last month. The app now rests at No. 5 with a score of 89, up seven points from last time. Mint got an invoice negotiation tool in January. It seems that it drives a difficult negotiation!

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Hit by some moves in the higher rankings, Current it has dropped two places and landed at #6. It is three points behind the app that precedes it with a score of 86.

Also slipping down two levels in the rankings is acorns. This app is ranked 7th with a score of 85.

Going down one point little by little since the last time is Loyalty investments. This app is now at position No. 8.

Continuing the trend, Emma Budget Manager dips down one spot on the list and now ranks ninth.

Rounding out this month’s top 10 is Financial Wellness MyWisely. This application has dropped four places in the ranking, but remains in this elite group.

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