Android: The best personal finance apps
Android: The best personal finance apps
Android: The best personal finance apps

Android: The best personal finance apps


Nothing better than taking advantage of the technology we have today to find ways to organize our lives. This is especially true when it comes to managing and controlling day-to-day expenses, as there are several apps to help with finances on Android. With that in mind, we’ve listed some of the best personal finance apps for you to improve and organize your financial life, check it out!


Mint

Experience a new way to manage money with the Mint personal finance apps. Achieve your financial goals with personalized insights and personalized budgets.

Use Mint as your subscription manager and track your money spending — all for free. View your monthly bills, create budgets, increase savings and build stronger financial habits.

Mint is a free money management and personal finance apps that brings all your finances together. Plan ahead!

From account balances and budget planners to tracking expenses and debt payments, all your money management is now in one place.

Download it now in the Google Play Store!

PayPal

Well known to those who shop online, PayPal also helps you manage your day-to-day expenses. In addition to being able to register your credit cards, you can have and transfer money directly to your PayPal account.

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This way, you can also check your expenses better and can safely control your movements, whether transfers, receipts or payments. You can access the PayPal website through this link or download the app to help with your finances here!

ZeroPaper

ZeroPaper is a great alternative for those who own small businesses and companies, as it also helps in managing their monthly income and expenses, giving them a greater possibility of making financial plans.

At first, it is necessary to make a very simple registration and register your initial balance. The app stores all information in the cloud, meaning you can even check your data in a web browser if you prefer. As with other applications, you can launch all your financial transactions and see charts for specific periods. Check out more about ZeroPaper.

AndroMoney ( Expense Track )

AndroMoney is one of the most popular and successful expense trackers on Google Play. The app offers cross-platform support for the web and iOS as well.

Some of the features include multiple accounts, support for account balances and transfers, budgeting functions, multi-currency support, and backup to Excel if needed.

The design is surprisingly clean and the reviews are presented in a logical and easy-to-read manner. We also love that this is a free app.

There are ads, but it’s hard to stick to a budget when you’re spending a hundred dollars a year on a subscription option. Anyway, there’s not much wrong with this app. Seems to work really well.

Financial Calculators

Financial calculators are a vital tool when calculating your budget for the future. The app is essentially a collection of calculators that can help you figure out a variety of things.

For example, it has a loan calculator so you can see what your payments and interest will look like.

This app has about three or four dozen calculators in total, ranging from home buying to fixed rate versus adjustable rate and even a return on investment calculator.

It won’t manage your money, but it will help you make fewer bad decisions on future purchases. It is one of the must-have budget apps.

Goodbudget

Goodbudget is a very popular budgeting app. It has cross-platform support so you can check it out on Android, the web, or iOS if you want.

Everything syncs between these platforms. Plus, you’ll get expense tracking, income tracking, and some other decent budgeting tools.

It uses Material Design and looks adorable. You can also export your data as a CSV, QFX (for Quicken) and OFX (Microsoft Money) file if you need to.

It is one of the simplest budget apps. Some of the main features are free. The remaining features require a subscription.

Google Sheets

Aside from grabbing a piece of paper and writing it down, using a spreadsheet is as old as it gets. Google Sheets and similar apps work great as budgeting apps.

Just fill in the cells with your income, expenses and other data. You can then see what you make and spend each month.

Google Sheets is completely free, so we recommend it. However, just about any office-type application (with spreadsheets) or spreadsheet application will work.

It’s old fashioned, but it’s also much simpler. It is a good option for those who are highly security conscious.

Bills Reminder

The Bills Reminder app is perfect for those who are more forgetful about paying their bills on time. You can register the payment day for each of your credit cards or any other account that has an exact expiry date and the app will remind you to pay on time with notifications.

Learn more about Bills Reminder at this link!

In addition to these apps in particular, there are some other very similar ones that also deserve your attention:

  • Money Care: Helps you control finances, set a budget and reminds you of bills to be paid.
  • Money Wise: It shows your daily, weekly and monthly expenses and even protects your data with a password.
  • Money Lover: It’s very popular with its users, it can be customized to your liking and even notifies you of important transactions and bills to be paid.
  • Toshl Finanças: It has a very large and fun interactivity with users, in addition to helping with finances, expenses and setting up budgets.

Great options, don’t you agree? Which one can help you the most with finances and everyday spending?


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