Don’t get me wrong, the Wallet app offers plenty great info about your spending history, like color-coded earning summaries, but currently there’s no way to directly share transaction data with a third-party apps. In this article we’ll show you how to export your Apple Card data under the form of a spreadsheet. You can then use the document to import it in a third-party app that you use for balancing your finances. The Apple Card data can be pulled out in the CSV, OFX, QFX or QBO format.
How To Export Apple Card Data From iPhone
1. Open the Wallet app on your iPhone.
2. Tap on Card Balance. It’s available right under the Apple Card design.
3. On the Balance Details page, scroll down to the Statements section and pick the month that you wish to export data from.
4. Tap Export Transactions, available at the bottom of the screen.
5. Select the desired format from the pop-up menu. CSV (Comma Separated Values), OFX (Open Financial Exchange), QFX (Quicken Financial Exchange), or QBO (QuickBooks) are available!
6. Tap the Share icon available in the top-right corner of the screen. You can now download the data with the help of AirDrop to a Mac, or save to the Files app.
Fact: The Quicken (QFX) and QuickBooks (QBO) export formats have been added later. If they don’t show up at Step 5 it means that you have to update the iOS version on your iPhone. The most recent release is iOS 13.5.
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