Mint is one of the most popular apps for iPhone. The Mint app syncs with online app and automatically enters transactions, updates account balances, sends real-time alerts that you set up for low account balances, over budget spending, unusual spending activity and other financial concerns.
Check is another favorite personal financial app for iPhone and iPad users, probably because thousands of bank, credit card and brokerages are supported. Pageonce also supports accounts for your cell phone minutes, frequent flyer rewards and online shopping accounts, and you can set up your account to pay credit card bills (transaction fees extra and debit card required).
SplashMoney is a personal finance iPhone app with a good set of money management features. Connect wirelessly to online banking using secure encryption and synchronize (optional) with SplashMoney Desktop, which is purchased separately.
PocketMoney promises to keeps data entry to a minimum on your iOS device while offering tools for tracking accounts, budgeting, spending analysis and backing up and exporting financial data. Quicken and Microsoft Money users can export data to PocketMoney, make changes, then import that data back to the desktop software.
PocketMoney is available in over a dozen languages and multiple currencies. You can try this app before you buy it by downloading PocketMoney Lite, a slightly less-featured free version.
The moneyStrands iPhone app shows all your account balances in one place, transactions and other financial informatio,n and has customizable alerts. The budget tool is especially slick in this app, and you can add and delete budgets and track individual account updates. Unfortunately, at the time this was written, the moneyStrands online app which syncs with the mobile app did not offer automatic transaction downloads from financial institutions.