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  1. Shiraz8118

    Shiraz8118 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hey there, I'm looking for an expense-tracking app-specifically one that has catagories, a budget and deducts from those catagories when you input expenses. Can anyone recommend something like this? I downloaded iSpend but it wasn't sufficient for what I was looking for. It wouldn't let me deduct from certain catagories and track spending.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Shiraz8118
     

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  2. VegasOnAcid

    VegasOnAcid Well-Known Member

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    You should post this in Applications not Games. But Mint is really good. You can check it out at Mint.com too, and it is free.
     
  3. jradicle11

    jradicle11 That Guy VIP Member

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    Moved to Applications. Should be easier to find an answer here.
     
  4. euqiddis

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    EasyMoney.
     
  5. samefly

    samefly New Member

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    do any of these apps allow you to store photos of receipts? or allow you to email/print reports? I'm looking for one that will allow me to categorize my spending. $xx on food, $xx on entertainment, $xx gas, etc
     
  6. partypat

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    I like the look of "easy envelope as it can sync between 2 phones and the web.
    It allows you to allocate $$ to an envelope and enter you spending as you go and it will monitor as you spend.

    I have not installed or used it yet as have just started with an Android phone but like the look of it so far.
     
  7. sprocket28

    sprocket28 Well-Known Member

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    i think ultimate budgets will fulfill your needs. i keep track of car repayments, holiday savings, etc. i think theres a paid version that lets you export reports and a few other cool things.
     
  8. tacotray

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    Financisto is one of the better free apps. Tracks expenses and deposits, sets budgets, organizes spending into categories, produces graphs, etc. Very straight forward and easy to use. While it's not as full featured as some of the paid apps I've demoed, it is free and gets the job done.

    Not sure if it will fulfilled your needs, but it's worth a try.
     
  9. that

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    Receipts is a new personal expense tracking app that recognizes numbers from receipts avoiding the need for the cumbersome typing. Recognition is done on the phone instantly so no data connection is needed, plus the photos of your receipts don't wander off to some cloud in the sky.

    Check it out at http://market.android.com/details?id=com.rocklab.abc.android.Receipts
     

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