Best personal expenses and finance apps for Windows Phone
Many popular titles that are available for the other platforms are here as well, so if you are switching, you might as well drag your data with you. There are also a few WP-specific apps, which are pretty well made, and we are rounding a few of our personal finance favorites to check out, and keep those expenses in check.
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Best personal expenses apps for Windows Phone
When you add the ability to backup your data to SkyDrive, the Live Tile support, the mmultiple export options, and the notes and reminders option for your entries, there's hardly anything missing.
The apps offers a great and simple interface, and all bells and whistles for managing a budget with income and expenses. If you want to manage more than one budget, or need more export formats, you'd have to dole out for ToshlPro, though, and that's $20 annually.
1. husfus (Posts: 62; Member since: 21 Oct 2012)
Great to see some windows phone app news!! Nice app though
2. mydi.maus (unregistered)
some useful stuff.cool
3. snowgator (Posts: 3149; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
I actually have an app called "Bill Minder", which is free. It is a buggy little thing, and a little harder to use then I feel an app such as this should be. It does give reminders and charts, so it does what I need. But I do not recommend it.
Rankings by users on the Marketplace, just FYI:
My Expenses: 4 stars (259 users)
Toshi Finance: 4 1/2 stars (80 ratings
Expensify: 4 stars (27 ratings)
Finance Helper: free 4 stars (116 ratings), paid 4 stars (6 ratings)
Bill Minder (app I use): 3 stars (2 reviews)
For some reason, can not find "my Moneybook". Daniel, did you get the name wrong?
4. Daniel.P (Posts: 97; Member since: 14 Jul 2011)
When you click on the app title, it will take you directly to the app, and, yes, it is all one word "myMoneyBook" :)
5. snowgator (Posts: 3149; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
Thank you, Good Sir!!
Paid version- 4 1/2 stars (39 ratings)
Free version- 4 1/2 stars (2 ratings)
6. AeroPrime (Posts: 142; Member since: 21 Feb 2011)
If you are thrifty dude like me you don't need these apps. However thrifty for device LOL