Shopaholics, You May Need These Personal Finance Apps To Avoid Overspending
Anil - Feb 14, 2020
Here’re some most easy-to-use finance apps that will help you know how much you exactly spent every day
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People are shifting from using cash to digital payments when they started realizing the convenience and ‘wisdom’ of making online transactions. Not to mention platforms with built-in budget-tracking features that allows them to check the expenditures in the past, so many personal finance apps out there have been created to help users keep a tab on their budget, but which is the best one for your needs?
Here’re some most easy-to-use apps we want to introduce. By choosing one of them to get well with, you'll know how much you exactly spent every day, especially what did set you back the most.
Walnut Expense Tracking App
This app is designed with detailed finance categories such as food, drinks, and travel. Once the user feels concerned about which specific part has taken up the largest proportion in their wallet, they can check it easily. The app also shows a number of bills within a group, their bank accounts’ balance and prepaid wallets, and so on.
Qykly Daily Expense Manager
Qykly Daily Expense Manager actually groups your finances and income graphically. What’s more, the app will represent the expense analytics to help you remind and analyze your payments in that month. There’s a total of four major groups: finances, purchases, bills, and travel.
Besides must-have basic functions similar to which other finance apps are offering, mTrakr comes packed with an interesting feature that will warn users whenever they overspend. All he/she need to do is to set a budget point for daily expenditure, and then the app will take over all your mistakes.
Users can also keep an eye on their bank/credit card balance. More interestingly, it’ll sum up your income to figure out the amount of tax you need to pay.
For many iOS and Android users, the handy app ‘Wally’ lets them compare their current income with expenses to schedule a better financial plan. Wally will understand all the details when you scan a receipt: total, venue, and date. It’s the #1 finance app in more than 22 countries and listed as ‘top 10 best budgeting apps” by Forbes magazine.