Source: Mac Rumors
When Apple Card launched last year, it didn’t support importing transactions into various budgeting apps, which was a major negative for customers who use Quicken, YNAB, Lunch Money, Mint, and more. As of today, though, Apple has a solution – an option to download a spreadsheet that has all Apple Card data, which can then be imported into many budgeting apps. As outlined by TechCrunch , Apple Card users can follow these steps to access a document containing their monthly statements: Open up the Wallet app. Choose Apple Card. Tap the “Card Balance” option. Tap on a monthly statement. Tap “Export Transactions.” The option to export transactions will show up when a monthly statement is available. The Apple Card transactions are exported in a Share Sheet format with a CSV document, but in the future, Apple also plans to add an OFX option. Apple’s newly added feature to download transaction data in a CSV format should be a welcome change for Apple Card users who use budgeting services that accept imports.