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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by nuttyascnb, Sep 10, 2011.

  1. nuttyascnb

    nuttyascnb Lurker
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    Hello everyone,

    I have perused thru the budget threads and googled but have yet to find what I'm looking for. My boyfriend and I share a bank account and a budget and we'd really like an app that we could each have on our droids that will sync with each other. We'd like to be able to input our budget into this app, when bills are due/paid, and also track daily expenses such as coffee or lunch. I have downloaded a few in hopes they'll have a login so we could use the same login to each access it but again no success thus far.

    Is anyone using an app that works like this?

    Thanks again so much!!!


  2. You could build and use a spreadsheet for that, and share/sync it with free DropBox (get 500MB extra space for free), between the two of you. DropBox is a virtual "USB stick" that you can't lose, or forget, and that can't be stolen either.

    And have you looked at budgetting apps in The Market? There are tons. Like this one. Maybe you can share/sync those too with DropBox.
  3. sohguanh

    sohguanh Android Enthusiast

    Someone just told me of Google Docs app and it interface with your cloud Google Docs Spreadsheets etc. So you can create a Spreadsheet in the Google cloud and then use the Google Docs Android app to access the spreadsheet. A password can be set so you and your bf can access it and share information only.
  4. nuttyascnb

    nuttyascnb Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Thanks ya'll! We'll try the DropBox :)
  5. iceman1110

    iceman1110 Newbie

    I was looking for something like this for my wife and I a while back. Never ended up finding anything exactly like I wanted but found a pretty good alternative. There is an app called "evernote". You can set up an account for free. Use the same login information on both phones and you can edit text files then save them. Each time you open the app it will sync and you can open the document. It doesn't do the math for you but works for us to keep track of how much was spent and what the purchase was for if you desire to type it all out. Good luck!
  6. joetool

    joetool Lurker


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