So intuitive and functional After using this app regularly for 1 week I have yet to find a weakness. There simply aren't any! I can highly recommend this for anybody who have multiple accounts and multiple budgets and who want a simple app that isn't directly connected to the Internet. The learning curve isn't steep and I managed to learn how this app works without referring to a user guide. However a clear user guide is provided. I think the value of this app is undeniably outstanding. To the developer: THANK YOU!
Saves me lots of money! Brilliant - most useful app I've ever used I was cynical about whether it could help as i was struggling but it's changed the habits of a lifetime and left me living comfortably while actually saving! By far the best UX of all the envelope budgeting apps I've tried. The developer is a complete star, implementing a suggestion I had about budget totals which has made the app perfect. The envelope system seems too simple but it really works to focus on avoiding unnecessary spending. Don't know what I'd do without it now, life is much better, thank you!
Great functionality and aesthetics at a reasonable price; a comprehensive in-app help/manual and minimal permissions seal the deal. Coming from the ad-supported, free version of MoneyWise, "My Budget Book" feels a lot more current and robust. The lack of Internet permission is a mixed blessing: security at the cost of easier syncing. For now, I'm fine with that. Recommended.
So good! I've tried lots of money apps but this is by far the best. I was wasting my time with the free ones. With this app I can easily set the frequency of different income streams and reoccurring expenses, show money coming into/out of various accounts, and see into the future at how much I expect to save. The budget feature is great for keeping tabs on food in particular. I've added a 'junk food' category so I can easily track how many $ I'm throwing away on rubbish. Well worth the $4 price tag!
Highly recommended Definitely worth the $3 or whatever it was. For starters, it's customizable and astetically pleasing. For me, entering in all transactions gives me a greater awareness of my spending than automatically syncing with my accounts. Plus I can watch my cash spending as well. So many ways to organize and categorize your income, expenses, and even transfers between accounts. It shows you how you spend in multiple ways, be it daily, weekly, monthly, and even yearly. Seriously the best budgeting app I've ever used.
Great app, but I'm sure it can get better! Overall the app is great, I love the Material Design looking which other apps actually lack. Sadly for me, I'm used to a couple of feature that are not included.One of them is being able to create accounts for credit cards, that display your max and actual credit and also the cut date. Adding notifications to remind you about cut and due dates for credit cards would be a plus. The other feature is being able to add accounts that are not included in your total balance like food stamps.
You can now view the sum of the budgets and you can select for every budget if it should be included in the sum of the budgets. The sum of the budgets can be activated in the general settings of the app.
You can now add a comment for each account.
Optimizations for Android 6.
All changes can be found in the "info" dialog.
Just let me know by firstname.lastname@example.org or via the integrated support function if you have any questions or suggestions.
Free budget planner & expense manager app - envelopes of money to track expenses