Keeping track of your budget finances to many isn’t an easy task. It gets even harder with the growth of the digital era which only makes us spend more money on technology than anything else. However, the Google Play Store offers a variety of choices as solutions in terms of apps that can help you manage and keep track on your budget.
Spendee is a great looking and easy to use budgeting app, which is essential. It is already difficult to ensure we have enough funds to handle all our bills and still spoil ourselves, so the least we could get is a straightforward app. This bright colored app features graphs that display your spending patterns, easy to customize categories matched up with icons. Entering data is a manual task, all you have to do is tap to add an item, pick a category, input the amount and save the entry. It also allows you to enter tags, a location tracker as well as notes.
Spendee employs a Material Design for easy navigation. Once you have access to your budgets, you can be able to see where you earned or spent money. There is an also an overview tab that shows you your cash flow and spending habits which lets you see if you are over spending or sticking to your budget.
Wallet – Budget Tracker
Wallet – Budget Tracker is a straightforward budget app with manual entry features. With this app, you can enter expenses and incomes from a variety of accounts, split your purchases into categories as well as check your cash flow. Set up various budgets, for example a budget for grocery shopping, gym membership or even for making loan payments on a time, this app lets you do all this with ease. Some of its unique features include the capacity to export three types of formats including PDF, CSV and XLS, which means you can track you’re your spending as well as file it away for future reference. In addition, you can also enter and keep an eye on debts such as for school loans or mortgage payments record.
Wallet is an all-round budget app that provides you with a collection of charts that represent your spending habits. You can tap the category options to view where you are spending your money and if you may be overspending. If you choose, the app includes a feature that allows you to share budgeting information with someone else. Furthermore, a report function is available to view the average amount you spend, your daily and monthly expenses and much more.
MINT is an Intuit powered app, the same company that happens to own Turbo Max, Quick Books and Quicken. This app is designed to be your go-to hub for finances. This app syncs to your bank accounts, credit cards and also allows you to manually enter transactions.
Have your credit score linked to the account or if you need financial advice then you can refer to the Mint blog.
The Mint app features two aspects. After installing the app, you can add your bank accounts and have access to an Overview and Updates page which will serve as the central point of using the app. The Updates page displays your most recent transactions from your linked accounts and those added manually. Although the app automatically updates the transactions from your check or credit cards, you have to manually enter all your cash transactions. Navigating through your Overview page showcases your finances in multiple graphs. You can view the amount of money on each account the app is linked to, your budget and cash flow graphs, your credit score and monthly spending habits.
Have you ever used a budgeting app for your finances? Which app would you go for? Let us know in the comments.