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In our personal finances, sometimes we save, sometimes we spend.

In the latest edition of PYMNTS’ Ranking of Personal Finance App Vendors, this is a rollup month, with the top 10 expanding to include 13 apps.

This month’s highlights include the three tied scores that spawned all those apps, the returning leaders and again occupying the top three in the rankings, and this month’s biggest mover and shaker who has added 12 points to his score from last month.

Now, let’s take a look at the books and see how things stand.

top five

Topping the list with a score of 99 is Ring. This app also ranked first last month.

Running just two points behind with a score of 97 is Booking, which clings to the number 2 spot in the ranking.

Just two points behind with a score of 95 is Robin Hood. Just like the competitors that came before it, this app returns to the position it occupied last time.

breaking the pattern, mint has found a new spot for itself this month, moving up one position and resting in fourth place. His score this time is 92.

Pulled out of his former position, Albert Save and spend smarter it drops one place to fifth. This app records this month with a score of 89.

top 10

The number 6 spot is shared by two apps that have made big jumps in the rankings since last time. Emma Budget Manager has risen three positions from ninth, while Financial Wellness myWisely he has jumped four positions from tenth. Each one has obtained a score of 77.

Taken out of that position, Current he lands at No. 7 with a score of 75.

The eighth place in the ranking is shared by acornsthat you have dropped one level since the last time, and Loyalty investments, who was here last month. Each one has a score of 73.

Joining this month’s top 10 at No. 9 is every dollar. With a score of 68, this app has added 12 points to its score since last month, making it the top app this month.

Two more newcomers share 10th place in the standings. sofi Y Purse each has a score of 61 and earns a place in the top 10 of the PYMNTS Personal Finance App Vendor Rankings.



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