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  1. Rated

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    I use "Cash Trails" for my iPhone, any good android apps like this one?

    Or something that can track my daily expenses?
     

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    already said in details...;)
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    ClearCheckbook MoneyManagement | AndroidApplications.com

    Love it. when I spend money from a particular account, my wife knows the balance before she spends money from it and vice versa. supports many different acct's .... including credit cards, mortgage, very good app. one of the few i DL'd right after getting my 1st android phone, that is still on my phone
     
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    I like Cashew. I can keep track of multiple accounts (checking accounts, credit cards, savings accounts, and various loans, such as student loans, car payments, and mortgage payments), mark transfers between accounts, and reconcile any of the accounts easily. I also have created exense and income categories to match the financial software I use to make everything match on my phone and on my computer. I can also get detailed reports on expenses and income by month, category, or account.

    I use it so much that I no longer keep a paper register for my personal checking or savings accounts.

    It's free, but the only downside is that you have to create all of your income and expense categories if you want to use that feature since it does not have any already built in.
     
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    for a simple user like myself who only has one account to be concerned with, checkbook(free) works well. it keeps track of how much money is in my checking account and that's all i need.
     
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    Yeah basically I just want to be able to track my daily expenses.
     
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    already said in details...;)
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    why not just use the checkbook register that came for free with your checkbook???
     
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    What do you mean?
     
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    Cashew is a good application but it doesn't have the option to hide the accounts (the closed ones).

    Does anybody knows a financiar application that does that?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    I am currently using EasyMoney and it works really well for me. I downloaded their 30 days trial and decided to buy it after 1 week of use because it is so convenient, has many useful functions and good support.
     
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    i'm using DailyCash.
     
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    +1

    EasyMoney is very good. IMHO Mint.com would be the best if it had support for non-USA countries, banks throughout the world. But it doesn't so EasyMoney has to be used. No live updates of your account but I can live with it.
     
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    Got to agree with you. EasyMoney is just the perfect finance app I need now.
     
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    Another good one is anMoney. It works much like Quicken and supports its data files.
     
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    So which program did u end up going with?
     
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