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iPhone budgeting apps can now automatically import your Apple Card and Cash transactions

YNAB screenshot showing the interface for importing Apple transactions and balances.
YNAB’s screen showing the interface for importing Apple transactions and balances. | Image: YNAB

With its latest iOS 17.4 update, Apple is adding an easier way for Apple Card, Apple Cash, and Savings with Apple Card users to track their balances and transactions, TechCrunch reports. With the update, third-party budgeting apps can automatically import information from Apple’s financial services via the iPhone maker’s FinanceKit API.

Budgeting and money-management apps YNAB, Monarch, and Copilot have all rolled out support for the new feature, which will need to be manually set up from within their respective apps. After setup, YNAB notes that transactions should be automatically imported whenever you open its app, or even take place when its app is running in the background.

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