Have you been thinking about trying out a new budget? There’s an app for that. The list below highlights some of the best money management apps on the market. What are you waiting for? Get downloading!
Mint.com is a great free app to track a multitude of financial area. You can track earnings, savings, spending, budgeting, and even retirement accounts. There is a bit of initial set up because you need to sync all your accounts to the app, but after that it’s smooth sailing. Mint.com is great in the regard that it supplies you with a financial overview, but also tracks cash flow in real time. You can see your money coming and going so you can adjust accordingly.
Goodbudget is another excellent free app that want to budget based on cash caps. You can separate spending into “envelops” and track how much you’ve spent against what you previously allocated for yourself. GoodBudget even takes into account those people who receive an irregular source of income. Freelancer and service industry folks – rejoice!
PocketGuard is a free app that is available on both iPhone and Android markets. There is even an Apple Watch component available! PocketGuard is a simple app that connects to your bank accounts so you have access to your current transactions. The app lets you know how much money you have in your “pocket” now, what your cash flow looks like, and even analyzes spending so you know what to plan for.
HomeBudget is a paid app that allows you to sync a budget up between devices. Each device needs to purchase the app, but it allows a hands on approach across multiple devices. The comprehensive platform give multiple people access to the family or home budget so you can all be on the same page. Pretty nifty, huh?
Wally’s a free app that at it’s core is an expense tracker. It allows you to manually enter expenses or take a picture of your receipt. The app will adapt to your spending habits and goals to help you achieve whatever you set out. If you want to pay down debt or save more money, Wally has your back.