Other than the apps for graphics, media players and enterprises, Android and iOs apps also provide its users a wide range of services for financial management tips. This just shows that both apps understand the need to help the user keep atop of his cash flows and record all his important incoming and outgoing transactions.
The first apps available for the users through both iOs and Android is Mint.com Personal Finance. This application enables users to use their mobile devices in supervising control over their finances simply because it gives them the chance to check more than their savings, but as well as credit and debit cards and even retirement plans, create manual transactions to help them stay on top of things. To top things all, this application software does not require payment services because it’s for free. Users need not worry about their account details being stolen because the application has a unique 4 digit PIN requirement before other people can access the users’ accounts.
The second apps for financial management is My Finances for iOS devices. Here, users can record their incomes and spending in charts. Its interface is user friendly and can give a monthly overview of all the financial layout. My Finances also has customizable icons for different expense categories and automatically records data by categories too. The application provides back up and restore functions. It also has password protection. Users however have to pay for the apps for $1.99/£1.49, but this is really cheap compared to the advantages it can bring its users.
The third and fourth apps available in Android that are for free are Personal ledger and MoneyWise. Personal ledger can allows users to have a daily track over their monies. Similarly with Mint.Com Personal Finance, this Apps has a PIN and password protection. But this just limits users to editing, logging, saving and viewing their transactions. MoneyWise on the other hand is an electronic checkbook. This enables users to check their expenses every day.
The last apps in this list is a free application for iOs devices, the Budget Tool. The apps does not only allow users to keep track of finances but also gives tips on spending and saving money.
There are more apps that can even allow the user to export spreadsheets via email. These are available in any App Store.
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