9 Handy Finance-Related Smartphone Apps

By | December 21, 2013
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With the advent of a series of innovative and advanced mobile apps for personal and business finance management, such tasks have become a lot easier than before. In what follows, some of the top finance-related smartphone applications have been discussed upon.

Managing personal finances and tracking budgets have become easier than ever before – thanks to the emergence of a large number of finance-related mobile apps. You can now get important financial data and stock market updates real-time, right on your mobile screen, only via a few clicks (or touches, depending on the type of handset you use). Let us here focus on some of the most useful finance apps that you can consider having on your phone:

 

  1. Pageonce – Once you install Pageonce in your phone, you will never have to worry about forgetting bill payment dates and other financial deadlines ever again. You can set up alerts with ease, and the app also generates push-notifications, to remind you about pending payments. Detailed real-time reports on your regular expenses can also be generated. Enhanced compatibility with practically every mobile application development platform is yet another advantage.

  2. MyLoanCalculator – In terms of user-friendly app development graphics and range of options, this one definitely ranks at par with the best loan and mortgaging apps for smartphones. Interest payments can be accurately calculated, and the loan repayment schedules chalked up.Calculations for as many as three loans can be done on the MyLoanCalculator app simultaneously.

  3. Money – Right from making investments in foreign markets, to managing personal finances while on an international tour – this app proves to be useful under several scenarios. Consultants from the field of iphone app development in India point out the neatly categorized cash, savings and budget account displays on Money, as its major highlight. There is a separate tab to get in-depth transaction reports, while debit a/c details can also be accessed. The app retains all its functionality in the cloud network too.

  4. Mint – Much like the Mint website, this smartphone app also offers all-in-one personal finance management services to users. Along with providing information on recurring expenses and account balances, the Mint app has a series of high-clarity graphs and charts, for pictorial depiction of vital financial data. There are provisions for setting alerts for bill payments too. Data security issues are handled by the app through a four-digit personal PIN, ruling out chances of unauthorized information access.

  5. Koku – If you wish to constantly monitor the source/account from which you are making your everyday expenses, Koku would be a ‘must-have’ mobile app. Available at a nominal price on the online store of every leading iphone application development company in India, Koku clearly identifies between expenses from savings and current (checking) accounts. You can also track your credit card payments. The app is indeed instrumental in mapping out your overall spending pattern!

  6. Grocery Gadget – While the download price of this app is relatively on the higher side, there is no room for questioning its utility as a household budget manager. Customized lists of the grocery items you need to buy can be stored in the app, and corresponding prices can be entered either manually, or via the in-built bar code scanner (available only on phones with 3GS facilities). The sound underlying mobile application development framework rules out chances of sudden software crashes.

  7. ProOnGo – Almost every top-billed mobile application development company offers a range of business finance apps – and ProOnGo is a classic example of such applications. With this app, you can make tax calculations, chalk up corporate expenditure plans, and prepare detailed reports. Two alternative packages of ProOnGo are available, with the more advanced one also having the provision of custom spreadsheets for data entry and storage. If you have an Amex card, you can keep its data synced on the ProOnGo app too.

  8. Coinkeeper – If you thought that finance-related mobile apps were all about plenty of figures and mundane reports, the features of Coinkeeper would come as a nice surprise. You only have to feed your budgetary preferences in the app – and you will get colorful stars and shiny coins, whenever you manage to keep up with the financial targets. Of course, if you have overspent, that would be shown too. Personal finance can definitely co-exist with a dash of fun – as this app clearly demonstrates!

  9. Debt Tracker Pro – Creating and following debt repayment plans become a lot easier, when you use the Debt Tracker Pro application. You can check out alternative scenarios with varying interest payments – to determine which payoff period tenure would be the most suitable for you. In case the amount you owe has a line of credit, the app also helps you to keep track of it. The layout and user dashboard of the Debt Tracker Pro is elegant and uncluttered, ensuring optimal user-experience.

 

Among the other popular smartphone apps related to finance, Pocket Money, Spending Tracker and MoneyWise are worth a separate mention. For calculating brokerage fees and mortgage payments, the Mortagage Calculator Pro is ideal. There is no dearth of efficient finance-related apps on the Play Store – select the ones you need, and bid adieu to all those complicated, time-consuming calculations!

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Hussain Fakhruddin is the founder/CEO of Teknowledge mobile apps company. He heads a large team of app developers, and has overseen the creation of nearly 600 applications. Apart from app development, his interests include reading, traveling and online blogging.
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