There are a variety of personal finance apps for Android mobile devices, and here are some of the best.
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Nickel Tracker Personal Budgeting App
- No registration required
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Check for Android
Formerly known as Pageonce, this Android app tracks bank accounts, credit cards, bills and investments, and notifies you when bills are due, but there is no budgeting feature. The app tracks cell phone minutes, frequent flyer miles and travel itineraries. Check for Android includes useful non-financial features as well: check your Netflix queue, eBay account, and Facebook and other social networking sites. Set a strong password in Check like you would for any personal finance software, this app accesses many types of accounts and puts them in one place.
My Budget Book includes quite a few budget and personal finance reports along with DropBox backup and restore, 5 different themes, and can be set to one of 14 currencies.
Goodbudget (formerly EEBA)
If you need to share your budget with others, take a look at Goodbudget for Android. There are a lot of features in this app, and it backs your data up to an online app where you can view some great personal financial reports. You can read more information in my top budget apps for iOS picks, and download from Google Play using the link below. The Android app is free, but you'll need to subscribe to the online version for full functionality.
- Free Android App / Web $5 per month, $45 annually
- Learn more about Easy Envelope Budget Aid
PayPal Mobile for Android
Mint.com for Android automatically updates transactions and account balances, and sends real-time alerts for low account balances, over-budget and unusual spending activity. Mint offers a budgeting feature and real-time account balance updates. Android-specific features include: OS Search to find recent transactions, Mint.com widget with a snapshot of overall cash flow in real-time and Android Live folders for financial updates on your phone's home screen without launching the Mint app.
- German translation
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Easy Money has a solid set of features with support for recurring transactions, upcoming and overdue bill notifications, customizable financial reports, color coded budgets and transfers between accounts. The Easy Money home screen widget provides an account summary and the ability to add new transactions without opening the app, and there's support for photos of bills and receipts and data can be imported and exported in CSV format for spreadsheet analysis. If you want to use Easy Money for more than 30 days, you'll have to shell out $9.95, but this Android app looks worth it.
- Try free for 30 days
- $9.95 to buy
- Learn more about Easy Money for Android
- $3.99 for Pro
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