Source: Business Insider
Apple will now allow Apple Card owners to export transaction data from the Wallet app to third-party apps, making it easier to manage expenses alongside transactions from other accounts. Card holders will be able to export their expenses into any app that supports the ability to import data as a spreadsheet. It’s one of several updates to the Apple Card that Apple has released since the card’s August launch, following the introduction of a new iPhone upgrade program for card holders. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. The Apple Card certainly offers some benefits over other credit cards — there are no fees, for example, and it issues three separate numbers for each card to help boost account security. But one of the downsides has been that it can be difficult to manage expenses alongside transactions from other credit cards, since the Apple Card can only be managed through the Apple Wallet app. That’s starting to change, however, as Apple said on Tuesday that Apple Card users could now export their monthly expenses into third-party apps.