Five personal expense tracker apps for Android
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Five personal expense tracker apps for Android
"When you’re about to pay for your newly found t-shirt, quickly open CashTrack on your phone, type in the amount, select the appropriate category, you’ll be done before you get your change back, it’s that easy! Don’t worry about remembering what transaction is which, with optional settings like automatically geotagging and being able to add descriptions to transactions you will never have to wonder."
To these we'll add the customizable Overview page, the option for password protection and all for free.
It tracks expenses and budgets, helps you visualize and analyze data with infographics to see where your money is going, syncs to the cloud for backup, and offers multiple devices sync, so your family, small business or group of friends can track common expenses under the same account.
3. Money Lover
Besides the usual income/expense tacking, it acts like a financial calendar, alerts you to debts, and reminds you of transactions. It works with 45 different currencies and is available in many languages.
Expensify pulls in eReceipts, digital copies of the paper receipts for the vast majority of purchases under $75, and any remaining out of pocket purchases can be logged from the phone, using it as a receipt scanner.
The app snaps an image of your receipt and takes the merchant, date and amount of the transaction. The information is then used to either create a new cash expense or attach the receipt to its matching credit card purchase. Perfect for road warriors.
• Tracking expenses and incomes by week, month and year as well as by categories
• Multiple accounts
• Schedule the payments and recurring payments
• Take a picture of receipt
• Payment alerts
• Search and reports
• Import and export account activities
• Cloud (Android 2.2+) and SD Card backup
• Customize expense categories, payer/payer, payment methods, etc
As we said, a great app, which only needs a little bit of interface polishing to make it an Editor Pick, otherwise it is getting rave reviews from almost everyone that has used it, and we are sure you'll do too if you take it for a spin.
4. atheisticemetic (Posts: 377; Member since: 18 Dec 2011)
perhaps they were trying to go 'outside the box?'
i do agree however mint is awesome
5. joseg81 (Posts: 154; Member since: 15 Jul 2011)
cash track didn't even show up when i went to find it.
6. Hina14 (Posts: 7; Member since: 23 Mar 2012)
Are these favorites listed in any specific order?
7. trungt (Posts: 1; Member since: 25 Jul 2012)
T2Expense is one of the best, elegant GUI & powerful features
- Excellence repeat transactions
- Tags supported
- Reports is great
- Loans managements supported
Available on Google Play. Worth to give it a try, sure!
8. johnriggs36 (Posts: 1; Member since: 19 Aug 2012)
Mint is nice but so not customizable I like to couple it with something more personalizable, I tried a few of those and the best one to me is droid money.
It's a brand new app but it's the best one, really fast and easy to use!
9. sathyasai (Posts: 1; Member since: 23 Nov 2012)
MySpy Android app is one of the best
Allows me to track everything from expenses to exercize
to new activities with their GPS Location
MySpy at GooglePlay
11. mladenvic (Posts: 1; Member since: 07 Aug 2013)
I just downloaded 'Business Call Claim' from google play. It allows me to identify business calls, cost them and just emailed the claim to my boss. Flipping awesome. Definitely one of my favs.
12. walkssophia (Posts: 1; Member since: 21 Mar 2014)
Nice tools for android devices. But we are doing good with the cloud based expense reporting tool from Replicon and I personally love it.
13. tassamart (Posts: 1; Member since: 25 Mar 2014)
I'll recommend Keepek android app. You can simply snap pictures of your receipts and the app extracts key information such as merchant name, transaction date, and amount. You can additionaly manage mileages and categorise your expenses.
You can also generate and submit pdf expense reports.
The app is free.
14. johnevan83 (Posts: 1; Member since: 04 Apr 2014)
You might love to explore Track My Budget App available for androind and windows phone.. It's one of the best income and expense tracking apps for your daily use.