Budget, track & save with these 5 finance apps

Last updated: April 17, 2020

Money management can feel overwhelming — but it doesn’t have to. Whether you’re looking to budget better, save more, or simply feel in control of your finances, you’ll want these five apps in your pocket.
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Mint: Budget planner & tracker

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Why we love this
  1. 1This robust money management tool will help you track your spending, pay bills, save toward goals, and more
  2. 2Track your credit score for free — no credit card required
  3. 3Link more than just bank and credit card accounts: Track investments and schedule utility payments
At the core of this trusted Intuit app is full access to your finances, from mortgages and insurance to everyday spending. Check your spending and set budgets by category, and get optional bill reminders by email or on your phone’s calendar. Mint is also on the web, so you can access your account by desktop too.
Why we love this
  1. 1Set and meet financial goals with a savings plan designed by and for you — right down to each goal’s imagery
  2. 2Choose various “rules” — from fixed weekly amounts to action-based triggers — to save towards personal goals
  3. 3Easily move money between your goal savings and accounts
Customizable rules (and the personal goals they’re tied to) are at the heart of this beautiful app. They range from saving a percentage of each paycheck to turning any activity into a savings trigger via partner app IFTTT. An optional Qapital Visa Debit Card unlocks features like direct deposit and bill pay.

Wallet: Track Expenses, Budget

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Why we love this
  1. 1Manage finances with others using this budget tracker’s shared account feature
  2. 2Clear visuals make it easy to gather insights about your finances at a glance
  3. 3“Budgets” and “Goals” work together; when you save extra in a Budget, you’ll have the option to put it toward a Goal
Wallet will help you keep tabs on your spending, but where it really shines is communal finances. Manage money across multiple currencies and banks. Subscribers can share an account with up to nine others, from family members to coworkers. Premium plans also include helpful features like bank account syncing.

Honeydue: Budget, Bills & Money for Couples

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Why we love this
  1. 1Track finances and stay on top of spending together with this couples-oriented app
  2. 2Choose what to share with your partner and what to keep private
  3. 3Budget as a household: Set goals by category, and set alerts for when you’re nearing your limit
Sharing accounts, goals, a household, or all of the above? Co-manage your bills, savings, and spending with this approachable app. It’ll auto-categorize your spending, though you can assign transactions to multiple and custom categories. We especially love the option to chat with each other about specific bills and more in-app (instead of over dinner).
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