Mint has just released a free native application for the iPhone and iPod touch that allows you to browse your Mint account (including account balances, transactions, budgets, etc.) quickly and natively. Nice.

[Via Mint]

Geezeo is a free web-based personal finance application that makes it easy to track all your finances, see where all your money is going, set financial goals and learn from others.

Another personal finance site along the lines of Wesabe which not only includes the basic tools offered by Mint, Yodlee MoneyCenter, and Quicken Online, but is integrated with a community for that “positive public pressure” and swapping of tips.

[Via My Money Blog]

I never realized that Yodlee, who sells their bank account data roundup services to Mint, actually had their own free online money management software as well.

In addition to the standard personal finance functionality offered by the likes of Quicken Online, Wesabe, and Mint, MoneyCenter’s more advanced features include a BillPay service, financial calendar (when bills are due and such), and a credit card rewards center.

[Via My Money Blog]

Last week, Intuit switched their web-based version of Quicken from a subscription service to a completely free service. I’ve used their desktop software for the Mac in the past and I use TurboTax every year, so I’ll have to give it a try.

Of course, I’ve been very happy with Mint over the past year.

[Via Get Rich Slowly]