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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by edwardmlyte, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. edwardmlyte

    edwardmlyte Well-Known Member
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    I'm looking for an app to keep an eye on my spending habits just for general better money management. I've looked around but haven't found anything that quite suits my needs. Here's the criteria to meet:

    * easy input of spent / earnt amount
    * customisable categories
    * export to csv
    * separate payments by month / year
    * free

    Surely there must be something out there so I can see what % of my money I'm wasting at the pub etc ;)

    Thanks guys and gals.
     

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    have you looked at the Mint app or Yodlee's mobile site?
     
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    U can try Financisto. I use it all the time.
     
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    My vote goes to Mint.
     
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  7. edwardmlyte

    edwardmlyte Well-Known Member
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    I would use mint. but they don't support UK bank aco****s. I don't really need it to synch with my bank (always feel thats a bit sketchy anyway). I just want to be able to keep a track of my spending habits is all.

    I'll give those other ones a try tonight.
     
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    Its doesn't exactly meet your "free" requirement, but it is free for a month. Try Easy Money, after trying a number of finance managing apps this is the best!

    Try it for a month for free anyways, it will save you the $10 in no time. And really, a one time $10 is nothing for managing your finances.
     

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