- My computer runs Linux. So the software has to either be web-based (e.g. Mint) or run on Linux (e.g. GnuCash, kMyMoney, HomeBank, etc). I slightly prefer web-based.
- I want it to automatically download transactions from my banks. A lot of software seems to have trouble with my Capital One 360 account.
- I just want to make a pie chart of my expenses. I just want to know where my money is going.
I have googled for "alternatives to Mint" and I have tried several (Buxfer, PersonalCapital, CountAbout) but they all have trouble getting data from Capital One. The only other service that seems to be able to talk to Capital One is YNAB (You Need A Budget). The website is much nicer than Mint. It really wants to guide me toward making a detailed budget and I haven't decided how I feel about that. I'm a bit annoyed that it doesn't want to download past transactions, and the $6/month is a bit more than what I'd prefer. But I don't mind paying for a better service.
So... that's what I've tried so far. Is there any other software that you think I should try that I haven't mentioned yet?