The redesigned Slice & Dice feature is more useful. It shows you a big-picture view of your overall spending, going all the way back to 2006. You select to view your data by category or merchant; colored bubbles then appear, their sizes relative to how much damage that category did to your wallet.
You can flick the bubbles around the screen, or get a more granular view by dragging one onto a "hot spot" to see it broken out into a bar graph or a list. The graph is pretty neat, letting you pinch and zoom to break years into months, or double-tap any of the bars for a list of those purchases. It's a lot of fun to poke around in, reminding yourself of that time you bought your kid a Cookie Monster costume for Halloween and he was too scared to wear it and the little punk still owes you $38.
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