Sometimes it is really hard to keep track of everything we spend our money on – we pay bills and taxes, make impulsive and non impulsive purchases in the supermarket and shop online for music and software. It is really easy to get lost among all those numbers in the hectic world we live in. In this article, we will try to present you with a list of Android apps which can help you deal with this problem and let you focus on more important things in life.
Pageonce is a great money management app which saves you from all the complexity and the fuss of dealing with your expenses. It is a sort of a hub for your money transactions and monthly statements, giving you an easy way to pay all your bills from one, centralized place. Pageonce will also remind you about bills which are due to be paid and even attract your attention to certain transactions on your bank account which the app considers suspicious.
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Checkbox by Digital Life Solutions
The main purpose of this app is to give you confidence in dealing with your purchases and credit card limits. Much like the real-world checkbox, this virtual version helps you manage your purchase history in such a way that you can prevent yourself from exceeding the limit on your account. It will always remind you to deduct your purchases from your account balance – even if the bank statement is late with showing you the real amount of money left for you to spend, you will know where you stand with the help of this awesome app.
Expense Manager by Bishinews
Expense Manager does what it claims to do – it helps you control and organize your everyday expenses, as well as your earnings. Supporting multiple accounts and currencies, this neat little app will make it easy for you to track how much you spent every week, month or year. Receive notifications on payments which are due, view your daily, weekly, monthly or yearly budget and manage recurring payments – all from this highly customizable app. There’s also a couple of extras: a currency converter, credit card and tip calculator and more.
Mint.com Personal Finance
Among the best apps of 2012 according to Google Play, Mint is one of the easiest and most intuitive apps which helps you manage your personal finances. After you make your account and securely connect your bank accounts to it, Mint will take over and automatically organize your budget so that it suits your particular needs. You will have access to your Mint account even if you don’t have your phone with you, because it synchronizes all the data with Mint.com.
EasyMoney Expense Manager
Another in the list of expense manager apps, EasyMoney lets you control all sorts of expenses – money you spend for your travels, shopping and other business and personal purposes. It also lets you calculate your budget for a certain time period and then uses colorful user interface to let you know when you are about to exceed the limits of the budget. EasyMoney also possesses an integrated checkbook manager which helps you not exceed your credit card limit and always be in control of your bank account.