7 Smartphone Apps to Track Your Expenses

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, October 11, 2012   |    3 Comments
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Bangalore: Smartphones have everyday processes much easier and smart, right from weather news to traffic on roads; you can know it all on your smartphones. You can also manage your money matters through it; like checking expenses, getting payment reminders and managing your bills. When you're traveling or busy with other works in life; keeping track of your expenses can be irritating. With these expense tracking apps you can be tension free.

Isabel Eva Bohrer and JR Raphael from Computerworld have come up with some of the smartphones apps which can help you to supervise your finance to keep it on track.

1. Cashbook Expense Tracker

Developed by: Frank Android Software

Price: Rs.315.46

OS reviewed: Android

Other OSes: None

If you are a tech savvy and you always need advanced features in your gadgets, then this is a perfect app for you. Cashbook Expense Tracker offers a series of vigorous options in a polished and easy-to-use interface.

Cashbook let's you to enter expenses via an option called 'Add Transaction' present on the main menu. Once this is done, you need to fill all details in a form provided. Commonly used criteria are there, like 'meals' (which you can also add on your own). All you need to do is to enter the amount of money spent. You can also add a remark if your wish. Unfortunately, there is no free trial version of Cashbook.

Businesspundit has awarded Cashbook with a rank of 10 among the Top 25 Best Android Apps for Business.

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