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Old December 14th, 2009, 12:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Check Book/Finance App?

on my old phone (palm treo 755) i had a checkbook app that i used daily. i have tried several finance apps on the market, but none seem to do what i want. i have tried the following:

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with the old program i could create budgets, set up future payments/deposits, show & hide transactions from the transaction list (ie hide cleared items) and display acct balance on a specific day.

the apps i've tried so far do make decent checkbook registers, but i miss the flexibility of my old app. anyone know of or have experience with another app that could do all this? i have no problem paying for an app that does all this.

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Check out Firewallet. Been using it since the G1 came out and I love it.
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financisto has been awesome for me. its really flexible and intuitive plus its free. best app of the ones ive tried so far.
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In a few weeks, I will be starting development on a Checkbook app (I am at college, and have finals this week). I will update you all when it is finished.
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thanks for the responses. i've installed the two mentioned and will try them out today.

and jon, if you need someone to test the new software once you are done, pm me and id be happy to try it.
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I am hoping Mint creates an app for the Android.

Let me know if you find a good finance app.
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just an update:

financisto is pretty decent. not as polished as firewallet, but very flexible. the reports and budget planning are very handy. it is almost a little more than what i was looking for.

firewallet is awesome. it has pretty much everything i was looking for. very clean and straight forward. good example of a customizable checkbook app. i will be using this as my checkbook register app for now.
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Yeah firewallet is nice but only a 30 day trial and then its $7 for the app
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Let me know if you find a good finance app.
Mint.com has already said that they are (or will be) working on an Android app. I don't remember where I read it, but it's supposed to be out sometime next year. I can't wait, this is killer, and something that will make a lot of Android users very happy. Along with Flash and 2.1, 2010 should be a great year for Droid owners.
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Yeah firewallet is nice but only a 30 day trial and then its $7 for the app
i don't mind throwing a little scratch to developers for a good product. these guys are investing their time and skill to make something for others to use, more often than not for free.
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Default Mobatech Mobile Checkbook

I used their program on my last phone and it worked for what I needed.
I could email a qif from it to my computer and import it to program and keep records without having to enter it again. I contacted them and they are developing it for Android now. Out early the year. Not sure what features it will have. Meanwhile I am using Checkbook Genius and keeping my eyes open.
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on my old phone (palm treo 755) i had a checkbook app that i used daily.
I would like to offer you to look at Cashew - the personal finance manager that has been recently released by our team.

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Cashew is available on Android Market (besides you can find it on few alternative markets and directly from Cashew web site).

However, as I learned from your message you use almost every feature of a typical (or I would rather said advanced) personal finance manager application. Cashew can not offer all these features at the moment. It supports pretty complete set of account management features, basic transactions management (without splits and scheduled transactions), multiple currencies, categories hierarchy, and reports.

You can find more information about Cashew in User's Manual.

We are going to continue working on Cashew, and currently collecting feedback from our users to prioritize out TODO list. We highly appreciate comments from advances personal finance management applications users, like you. So if you have a spare time we would like to ask you to look at Cashew and give us a feedback (we didn't have a possibility to test the application on the Motorola Droid, however we hope it should run there pretty good).

Thank you in advance.
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I would like to offer you to look at Cashew - the personal finance manager that has been recently released by our team.

Android Forums Announcement
Cashew web site

Cashew is available on Android Market (besides you can find it on few alternative markets and directly from Cashew web site).

However, as I learned from your message you use almost every feature of a typical (or I would rather said advanced) personal finance manager application. Cashew can not offer all these features at the moment. It supports pretty complete set of account management features, basic transactions management (without splits and scheduled transactions), multiple currencies, categories hierarchy, and reports.

You can find more information about Cashew in User's Manual.

We are going to continue working on Cashew, and currently collecting feedback from our users to prioritize out TODO list. We highly appreciate comments from advances personal finance management applications users, like you. So if you have a spare time we would like to ask you to look at Cashew and give us a feedback (we didn't have a possibility to test the application on the Motorola Droid, however we hope it should run there pretty good).

Thank you in advance.
First off, that users manual is a fine example of great end user documentation. Other android dev's, take note.

Can you guys implement an export feature so that we can then import the data into finance software on our computers?
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Can you guys implement an export feature so that we can then import the data into finance software on our computers?
Export/import functionality is already in our todo list for one of the nearest versions. However, it is pretty loosely defined at the moment. We haven't decided yet what it should look like. Should we support basic CSV, or something more advanced like QIF or OFX. So any input on this is welcome.
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Default The one thing I want in a Finance App

Is that is syncs with my banks website to have up to date account info. I really hate having to put in every $2.13 transaction I make. A Mint app on the way makes me very happy.

It would be even better if I could transfer funds from one account to another but I can understand the security issues with that feature.

Any apps that can do either of these features?
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In a few weeks, I will be starting development on a Checkbook app (I am at college, and have finals this week). I will update you all when it is finished.

Let me know I will test it out. It would be nice if you could export the data to MS Money or Quicken if you can sync it with one of those applications.
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I have been using Loot. It's free and straight to the point. It does multiple accounts, recurring, and transfers too. Great app and its FREE. (don't hesitate to donate the dev as usual, i did because i love the app)
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I would argue that most people do not need to know how much money they have immediately, but rather how much money they will have at the end of the week, 2 weeks, or month, depending on their payperiod. I have tried Firewallet, DailyCash Pro, EasyMoney, and Loot and not a single one of these programs correctly projects balances based on reoccurring payments. I find this frustrating, because it is a simple algorithm to figure out a balance on any date...if a gradeschooler can do it, a smartphone should be able to. If anyone knows of such a program, please let me know. Thanks.
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whats a good basic checkbook one i need one for my gf she just need to keep track of her bank account to so basically balancing the checkbook
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I am looking for a check register program that my wife and I can have on our phones that will update between phones...anyone?
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I am looking for a check register program that my wife and I can have on our phones that will update between phones...anyone?
I am working on something like this, but I am working on my last semester of college so I have been rather busy. I will let you know if and when I finish it.
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I would argue that most people do not need to know how much money they have immediately, but rather how much money they will have at the end of the week, 2 weeks, or month, depending on their payperiod. I have tried Firewallet, DailyCash Pro, EasyMoney, and Loot and not a single one of these programs correctly projects balances based on reoccurring payments. I find this frustrating, because it is a simple algorithm to figure out a balance on any date...if a gradeschooler can do it, a smartphone should be able to. If anyone knows of such a program, please let me know. Thanks.
AMEN!!!

This is exactly how I feel. I can log in to my bank to see how much money I have. But if often has not included a transaction or two. Ergo I am looking for a checkbook program.
The most important thing is to be able to look at the end of the week, month, etc., and see how much will be there after all my usual repeating payments, so I know if it's OK to spend X dollars now. Just knowing how much I have now doesn't help.

Can somebody please implement this?

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I would argue that most people do not need to know how much money they have immediately, but rather how much money they will have at the end of the week, 2 weeks, or month, depending on their payperiod. I have tried Firewallet, DailyCash Pro, EasyMoney, and Loot and not a single one of these programs correctly projects balances based on reoccurring payments. I find this frustrating, because it is a simple algorithm to figure out a balance on any date...if a gradeschooler can do it, a smartphone should be able to. If anyone knows of such a program, please let me know. Thanks.
I know how much money will have at the end of the month. Nada
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I would love a very simple password protected checkbook app that allows me to name the accounts and subtract when I make purchases or add when I have extra money come in but allows me to do a dry run first to see how much you would have left after....then once you make the purchase it shows how your budget is doing and it also allows you to increase or decrease your budget at anytime. I would like the app to sync up to my bank account in a split screen and show banks view and the other side would be apps view because it takes days sometimes weeks for money to come out of the bank so they are not as accurate as an app would be. Also the ability to remove things that I'm not going to use that others may. Such as stuff with stocks and whatknot.
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i hope you don't procrastinate with your schoolwork that bad!
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i cant figure out how to hide the reconciled transactions on firewallet. can someone help? thanks.
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I couldn't find a check register app that calculated running balances in addition to current and ending account balances. My main concern is not knowing how much money I currently have, but how much I'll have on a specific day... IE, the day before I get paid.

I ended up writing my own. It's been about a month since I started learning Java & Android, but it's coming along nicely. I'm still building out features for the paid version, but the free version allows you to track multiple accounts, filter your transactions by hiding reconciled transactions, and gives you a running balance for each transaction.

edit: Some of these screenshots are dated, from the early point in my development. The latest version is a little cleaner looking.




Here's the QR for the free version for anyone that would like to check it out:
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I couldn't find a check register app that calculated running balances in addition to current and ending account balances. My main concern is not knowing how much money I currently have, but how much I'll have on a specific day... IE, the day before I get paid.

I ended up writing my own. It's been about a month since I started learning Java & Android, but it's coming along nicely. I'm still building out features for the paid version, but the free version allows you to track multiple accounts, filter your transactions by hiding reconciled transactions, and gives you a running balance for each transaction.

edit: Some of these screenshots are dated, from the early point in my development. The latest version is a little cleaner looking.




Here's the QR for the free version for anyone that would like to check it out:
So where can I nfind this app now?
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Scan the barcode you quoted, takes you right to the download in the market place.

Or go to the marketplace and search Cashflow
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Scan the barcode you quoted, takes you right to the download in the market place.

Or go to the marketplace and search Cashflow
Exactly! Thanks!
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I've been using an app called Moola for a while for my checkbook app, and it works great
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I am looking for an app that so i can finally throw my laptop away. I have used quicken for years. I dont do all the fancy stuff with it. I just want an app that will sync with my bank. That I can put in future bills and purchases. Bill pay through my bank. All done from my Droid 2. Anyone know of a program that does this.
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Hello everyone,

My name is Jesse and I'm part of the Vervv app team that just released Ledgerist.

Ledgerist is a super-simple checkbook register app that allows you to track all your account balances. It's fast, intuitive to use, and it has some cool features for convenience (sorting/filtering, repeating transactions, transfer, backup, etc.).

Ledgerist and Ledgerist Free (ad-supported) are available today in the Android Market. Thanks in advance if you decide to give us a look -- and we'd love to hear your feedback on what we can improve!

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I am looking for an app that so i can finally throw my laptop away. I have used quicken for years. I dont do all the fancy stuff with it. I just want an app that will sync with my bank. That I can put in future bills and purchases. Bill pay through my bank. All done from my Droid 2. Anyone know of a program that does this.
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I just happen to have a problem with depending on my phone to manage my checking account. I like my checkbook on the PC, like you I have Quicken, and don't use all the toys, But I can loose or have the phone stolen from me, I would miss a lot if that was it. So I need one to sync with a PC.
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I just happen to have a problem with depending on my phone to manage my checking account. I like my checkbook on the PC, like you I have Quicken, and don't use all the toys, But I can loose or have the phone stolen from me, I would miss a lot if that was it. So I need one to sync with a PC.
My app, Cashflow, and many others include features that allow you to backup your data. Cashflow, in particular, allows you to backup to your SD card, and email the backup file off the device. This way, if you lose your phone, the backup of your data is sitting in your mail archive. Restoring is relatively easy. I'm planning on implementing the Google Cloud backup capability as well, which makes restoring data even easier.

You should check to see if your Android checkbook app to see if it allows you to backup data off of the device without having to sync to Quicken.
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I started using clearcheckbook.com it seems to do what I need. and I can access it from any pc.
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We have our records on quicken on the PC. Both my wife and I enter what we spend (and receive) into Pocket Quicken on our Palms (Treo 755 for me and Centro for my wife). We are looking for new phones but want the same functionality as we have now. Especially as we are full time motorhome people and can not always get cell service.

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Then stick with a Winmobile phone. quicken removed support for pocket quicken. so landware isn't upgrading it
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Reanimating this dead topic,.
I'm looking for a checkbook app, with an import feature from xls, csv, anything common.
I had my cheques track in a hand-made Access database. and that's huge. so I can't enter them manually in the mobile app.
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Look at clearcheckbook.com
It should import your files. It is just a database though, it does not access your bank at all but it does sync between your laptop/pc and phone. If you are just looking for a register type app it's nice.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 06:39 AM   #41 (permalink)
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I'm looking for a checkbook app, with an import feature from xls, csv, anything common.
I had my cheques track in a hand-made Access database. and that's huge. so I can't enter them manually in the mobile app.
Have you tried Clear Checkbook? It has an app for the Android, I also believe it it exports and imports. It is what I use. There is a free version and a subscription version. ($4 a month or $42 a year)
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Old January 21st, 2012, 09:14 AM   #42 (permalink)
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Mobile Checkbook should work perfectly for you purposes. You can even email check register to yourself. There's a free version and a paid version. I had the app when I was a blackberry girl and that was one of the apps that I truly missed when I switched to android os. When it came out on the android market I absolutely paid for the app without a qualm. IT WORKS GREAT!!!!!! It has a free version so you won't lose any money to try it. I promise, you will get great use out of it!

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I had my cheques track in a hand-made Access database. and that's huge. so I can't enter them manually in the mobile app.
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Default Been needing a good finance app

Hey, just trying to get some feedback from some other users, as there are a lot more checkbook apps out there now.

I'm looking for something that supports .csv import, transfers, and a really good bill reminder setup. i've been using mooLa for the past 3 years and the dev still hasn't made it very stable. I've been demoing easy money which I started to like better, but then it doubled one of my transactions and when I select the last 30 days transaction period, it doesn't show today!

Any feedback from anyone would be great! Thank you
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Also, I'm going through a lot of the apps mentioned in this thread already to see if they have the feature set I'm looking for. I just figured I'd try for a more up-to-date suggestion. Thanks again!
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Default Checkbook Pro - by Molovi Software

We have a Checkbook application on the market called "Checkbook Pro". We've had very positive feedback overall and are constantly adding new features and improving based on customer suggestions and critiques. The UI has been mostly overhauled and we've completed and released a large number of features and customer requests recently. We're currently working on finishing up on cross-device and cloud synchronization to allow you to share accounts across devices and, in the future, tie in with our web presence. And recurring transactions are also nearly complete. Feel free to check us out at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.molovi.checkbook

And remember, we welcome any and all feedback and highly encourage customers to email us with any questions, suggestions or concerns.
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Have been using EasyMoney for more than a year and it is still keeping me on track on my finances. Anyone like to share what finance app they've been using or just started? It's never too late to get started [it is the first month of the year so you might as well do ]!
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