TD MySpend iPhone App Now Available for Download

Just over a week ago TD Bank officially announced their real-time money management app, TD MySpend. The app launched for Android users but as of a few days ago, the iPhone version hit the App Store.

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TD MySpend requires the latest version of the TD Canada iOS app (7.5+). Once you launch the app, it requires your banking app login password to authenticate, which it then directs you to accept terms and conditions and enable push notifications. Once that’s setup, you will be able to launch MySpend and see insights on where your money is going.

The app looks to provide the same services as Mint, but is tailored for TD Bank users and ties nicely into the financial institution’s banking app.

If you have children, another app recently launched by the bank is TD Family Allowance, which teaches your little ones to practice prudent money saving habits.

Back in January, we told you TD MySpend was being tested internally, but now it’s available for both Android and iOS users.

Click here to download TD MySpend in the App Store. Let us know how it works for you.

Thanks Jason

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  • mxmgodin

    “The app looks to provide the same services as Mint, but is tailored for TD Bank users and ties nicely into the financial institution’s banking app.”

    That’s nice. I had tried Mint a few years back and liked the features it provided… only to have my bank cancel my debit card without warning me because they detected the app using my account as “suspicious activities”. Never cared to try it again after that.

  • johnnygoodface

    The problem in my case is that I put everything on a credit card since there’s no transaction fee (this is great since all spendings are located on one location). So when it’s time to split my spendings in categories, I would require access to both my checking account and my credit card transactions all at once… And since I don’t trust Mint or stuff like that, I’m stuck in doing my monthly budget manually…

  • You ever use Wally for iOS? It’s not bad…it could use an update though for Retina support:
    http://www.iphoneincanada.ca/app-store/wally-smart-personal-finance-manager-gets-huge-ios-7-update-free/

  • SOB

    Been using Mint for almost three years now. It’s great. Never had any issues with it.