8 Powerful Alternatives To Manilla Money Management App

We’ve all heard the unfortunate news. Manilla has pulled the plug and will no longer be available post June 2014. How sad! It was the most popular money management app in the SuperMoney community and many are expressing their shock to see it go. Luckily, for the personal finance enthusiast, we have alternatives and quite honestly, some of them are even better than Manilla. Check the list.

1. Finovera – Just as good as Manilla, may be ever better!


“Manage all your bills, statements and financial documents in one secure place. Sign up for Finovera and organize your financial life in ten minutes.” – This is what the official Twitter handle of Finovera says. It’s a neat app that helps you cut through the chaos of having to organize bills – simple as that.  Link your accounts to Finovera once, and it will take care of the rest. Finovera collects a 12-month history of bills and statements, and automatically downloads new ones as they post. It will also let you know when a payment is due, and when you’re ready to pay. So, its a one stop shop for anything bills. Just like Manilla!

Check out their official site here. They’re on Twitter as well.

2. Mint – Bigger, better than Manilla.


Mint is a free budgeting and personal finance management app that tracks almost every aspect of your finances. Its not in Manilla’s league though. While Manilla is your “folder” for bills, Mint does a lot more than that and lets you manage your whole personal finance portfolio by integrating your banks, bills, investments, subscriptions, credit card and the like on one single platform. It is also intelligent, in that it will analyze your spending and budgeting habits and suggest you methods to save. And those fancy graphic charts totally make sense. We love Mint. It may not be a A to B replacement for Manilla but you’ll feel good using it.

They’re on Twitter too, should you have any questions. Official website here.

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3. Check – Manilla + A host of other features!


Check is bigger than Manilla but better than Mint, well at least that’s what many in our community says. Like Mint, Check works great in integrating all your financials – from bank accounts to credit cards and subscriptions, it all goes in one place and you can manage your accounts + pay bills easily from one place. From a user’s perspective, this is a well built app, and works like a charm, effortlessly, all the time.

And, they’re on Twitter too.

4. SigFig – Gives you the full picture.


SigFig again is bigger than Manilla and does a lot more than just bill management. SigFig will design you a professionally diversified portfolio, monitor it, and automatically make the necessary changes to keep it on track. Competitors to SigFig include Betterment, Jemstep and Wealthfront. All of which offer software-based financial advice as a substitute to expensive financial institutions and private wealth managers. So, if you’re looking at getting a better money management app than Manilla, we strongly recommend that you try SigFig.

And, they’re on Twitter too.

5. Wave – Personal Finance + Money Management on Steroids!


100% free personal finance software that helps you stay on top of your income, expenses and investments, fast – that’s the Wave mantra. Its actually a suite of tools all rolled into one, helping you manage everything from personal finance to  budgeting, business accounting and a lot more. The best thing? Its free. Download it here.

6. Hello Wallet – No frills, just a lot of value.


This is an app that puts your personal finance management on steroids. Seriously! Not only does it allow you to see all accounts (bank, credit cards, loans, 401K, HSA, IRA, etc) in one place, it also helps to have a holistic understanding of your financial state. The app automatically categorizes spending so you can see where my money is going and areas where you can reduce spending. Just the thing that you want ! is it an alternative to Manilla? Yes, but more. More is good! Check out HelloWallet reviews here.

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7. BillGuard – Beauty meets brain.


Another alternative to Manilla, and even better! Probably the most beautiful personal finance management app ever built! Okay, we are exaggerating but seriously, this is an amazing app if you’re looking for an actual solution to your spending habits. It integrates all your accounts in once place (like all the other folks mentioned in this article), and shows you data in a beautiful chart (really fancy chart, I must say) with lot of insights. It shows you where your money went and what you should cut down in order to reach that savings target you set. What we like most about BillGuard is its community enabled features that lets you find out what that hidden charge on your card is and those beautiful analytics. Truly our favotrite in the personal finance management apps category.

BillGuard is on Twitter, should you have any questions.

8. Mobilligy – Probably the best Manilla alternative.


This is probably the best alternative to Manilla yet (along with Finovera) that does just what Manilla did – all your bills in one place! Simple as that. Mobilligy puts all of your bills in one app that lets you review, manage and pay your bills for free – anytime, anywhere. If you are looking for a bill management solution and do not want the extra pain of managing all your personal finance accounts in one place, this is it.

So, there you have it. Manilla is long gone (we love you Manilla) but worry not! These are the Manilla alternatives out there that can do your bill management effectively and better than Manilla. Let us know what you think and don’t forget to review the apps.

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  • BillGuard & Mobilligy are my favorites. Sad to see Manilla go! Just deleted my account there. 🙁

  • As a Windows Phone user, I pretty much gave up hope on money management apps. Now that I’m back to Android, though, Mobilligy is looking pretty good.

  • LanguageVox

    I am a big fan of BillGuard. It’s so elegantly designed it nearly makes confirming purchases fun.

  • John Wortman

    Failed to mention File This which executes the document organization aspect of Manilla better than they did.

  • Paul Lothary

    I chose Mobiligy. Too early to tell but it looks promising!