It's a good app with a great interface. My only issue with it is the tagging system. Id love the ability to give a transaction an individual name, and the capability to add notes to it. Tags are great to have, but not when they're the only option. You just end up with a huge list of way-too-specific tags, which kind of defeats their purpose.
Thanks for app
Update: This is still an issue. Constant notifications offering premium. I've been subscribed to coin keeper for 2 years, and it keeps spamming me with notifications like "get your spendings under control, try coin keeper". This is illogical, stupid and really pisses me off. Stop this please
I love the app; it has most of the features I want and is definitely worth the money. I do wish the tag system was more efficient though. Having to scroll and check is a bit annoying, therefore I rarely, if ever, use tags, even though I love having them. Just for this alone, though, I may consider going back to toshl.
Really good app! I'm a highschool student with a really low budget that has a hard time saving my money. I bought the full version about three days into using it.
While it seems like a very nice app, the free version is extremely crippled. You can not add debts (bills), no tags, can not add categories, no syncing, no detailed reports. It would be nice if they disclosed all of this in the description. They offer 3 payment options which indicate to me that they aren't very good at math.... $1/month = $16 for 1 year or $2/month = $7 for 3 months or $0/month = $26 forever. I'm sorry but $26 is ridiculous when there are tons of other options in the Play store for free or under $5.
Some minor bugs were fixed, everything's gonna be alright.
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