Chime Mobile Banking Leads PYMNTS’ Provider Ranking of Personal Finance Apps

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Handling finances can be overwhelming, especially amid the current economic uncertainties. The PYMNTS Provider Ranking of Personal Finance Apps aims to help consumers sort out the best digital tools for budgeting, saving and investing for both short-term and long-term goals.

Let’s see how the apps shake out this time around.

The Top 5

At No. 1 is Chime Mobile Banking scoring at a perfect 100 once again.

Rocket Money remains at No. 2 scoring at 94, just one point less than its last ranking.

Holding down No. 3 is Splitwise, with a score at 93, marking a 2-point rise over its last score.

The No. 4 slot is claimed by Fidelity Investments, gaining three spots and 10 points with a score of 81.

Albert Save And Spend Smarter just makes the Top 5 with a score of 80, dropping a spot from the last edition and losing 9 points to land at No. 5.

The Top 10

Empower remains at No. 6 with a score of 79, gaining a total of 3 points.

At No. 7 we have Robinhood, down two spots and losing 3 points to score at 78.

SoFi climbs to the eighth spot, scoring 70, an increase of 12 points.

Falling to No. 9 is Mint Personal Finance & Money with one point higher than before at 64.

Wrapping up the Top 10 is myWisely Financial Wellness, scoring at 55 to take the No. 10 spot.