What it tracks:
Bank accounts, credit cards
Ease of use:
Its interface is simple, but there's not much to see for established savers.
Wesabe lets you store user names and passwords on your computer (with others, your info is stored on the site's server).
The program can't track investments (though Wesabe says that will change soon). Also, user exchange of ideas is a key part, but membership seems to skew young.
The bottom line: It's best for young people who are just starting out. For serious investors, Mint is a better bet.