Find below the list of top 5 Money Management Apps. Whether creating a budget was a New Years’ Resolution, or you’ve been closely managing your finances for years, the time to bring management to your mobile device has never been better.
If you’re skeptical about the usefulness or your ability to navigate a financial application on a mobile device, you owe it to yourself to check out the following list and see what program suits your needs and give it a shot. This year’s selection of apps had a lot of good competition, but we’ve narrowed Money Management Apps down to the best of the best.
1. Money Lover (Android, iOS)
MoneyLover is a great stand-alone management app that can help you create a budget, monitor your spending, and track your bills. The interface is simple and easy to use, and while the graphics are a bit dated, it’s still leaps and bounds ahead of an Excel spreadsheet.
Perhaps most appealing is the unique ability it has to be used in one of 7 languages and with over 45 currencies. If you ever have to deal in foreign currencies, this is the app for you. (Cost: free)
2. ReadyForZero (iOS)
While it’s only offered on iOS (Apple) devices, ReadyForZero stood out amongst the competition in one key aspect: it has the best debt-pay-down program we found. The setup process is painless, and through a series of steps, you create your plan which includes your expenses, your debts, and your goal for paying your debt off.
You can link the app to your bank account and credit cards, and with that information, it will set up alerts, create reports, and most importantly, schedule automatic payments to help ensure you stay on track. (Cost: free)
3. Mint (Android, iOS)
Mint is one of the most trusted names when it comes to web-based financial management services. The online service is free, and it is suggested you create and set up your account on their website before downloading the app. That being said, their iPhone finance app was hands down our favorite overall application of the bunch.
The interface works seamlessly on the mobile device, is pleasing to the eye, and easy to navigate. Virtually every feature on the website is made available for your mobile screen in an easy to read format. (Cost: free)
4. Adaptu Wallet (iOS)
Adaptu Wallet aims to reduce your need to use your real-life wallet in almost any situation. This app has some great features that we loved, namely the ability to scan in and store digital copies of receipts, business cards, or any other paper products you have in your wallet. You can also link the app to your bank account, credit cards, and other financial institutions to pay bills and monitor your spending habits.
Unfortunately this is another app only offered on the iOS platform, but we’re hoping they’ll expand their offerings to Android so everyone can benefit from this digital wallet. (Cost: free)
5. Expensify (Android, iOS)
This was the offices favorite expense report app. While it’s not a stand-alone money management app, it truly shines in a business setting where it can organize your company’s bank accounts and credit cards, and create periodic expense reports for you to analyze. The app is very straight forward the reports are the most comprehensive and easy to understand out of every app tested.
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- iPhone Apps That Will Help You Manage Your Money
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- The 10 Best Android Apps to Track Your Spending
Use this app to manage your travel and office expenses and to analyze other corporate spending. They have great tutorials and an updated blog designed help you incorporate Expensify into other management programs as well. (Cost: free)
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