Could be improved I was ideally looking for an app that would provide me with an overview of my incomings and outgoings in a monthly box calendar format, if you could add this it would be extremely helpful. I also really dislike that the transaction and spending sections are listed with the most recent date at the top of the list, my head works chronologically (date down) so this really confuses me. It would be nice to have the option on the order that the transactions are listed,
Awesome! I was using an app previously but it really wasn't working the way I wanted to. Came across Spending Tracker but didn't like the review. Decided to try it anyway because I loved the icon and boom! It was just what I needed. I can create separate accounts and track expenses separately, daily, monthly and yearly plus it's super easy to use. I didn't have to refer to any guide. Awesome work guys. Would have loved different backup options though. Guess you can work on that. Google drive, One drive...
It's a good app. Don't mind the ads, will upgrade to pro if I don't find another app that better suits me soon. Really wish you could add a check box or the option to draw a line through recurring expenses once paid and maybe a way to link to bank accounts. Would definitely upgrade to pro and change my rating if it just had a check box or the option to draw a line through paid expenses. I like the positive reinforcement of being able to see what I've already paid.
Just what I was looking for.. Simple yet highly effective. 15-20 minutes to initially set up accounts and categories and then enter your normal transactions as needed. Automatically backs up to Dropbox. Very reasonable one time charge to remove ads. Only thing lacking is detailed budgeting. There's one overall budget amount you can enter but lacks budgeting by categories.
Best thus far 4th app I've tried. Its limited. Only does recurring bills and income. Does not differentiate between a budget and a bill. There is no option for unplanned purchases or spending. Out of the four apps that I have downloaded and tried out this is the best thus far. Unfortunately it's just a very aesthetically pleasing version of my Microsoft Excel worksheet. Sticking with the worksheet but I'm still looking if I find better I will bump this down to three stars. I have found better! Try Money Lover
Actually a pretty useful app I usually write all of my bills down, but this app gives me a visual of how much money I'll have left over after I pay them all. It could also show me if I'm spending too much money (which hasn't happened yet since I'm on the frugal side.. but it's still nice to know).
Version 1.6.1 of Spending Tracker
Bug fix update for version 1.6, which includes the following features:
* New Widget
* PDF Export option (Pro Upgrade required)
* Local Tips (e.g. money saving offer from a local store) can be displayed in-app. This can be configured in the Settings.
* Auto Backups now appear when you change to a new device
* Reminders feature to remind you to enter your expenses. This can be configured in the Settings.
* Lots of minor issues fixed up
Manage your personal finances and easily track your money, expenses, budget.