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I have nothing but wonderful things to say about this app. I have been using it for a year now, and when I started I was deep in debt. Thanks to this tool I can now see the light at the end of the tunnel and feel responsible and on top of my personal finances.
More than just a budgeting tool - Budget Tracker has become my "Go-To" app for just about everything. I can view my upcoming important events on the calendar, create to-do lists, track where my spending is going, keep my contacts organized and more. Absolutely awesome app!
If you just a means of keeping track of your spending without the need to provide banking login information, BudgetTracker was made for you. You can also establish and maintain your shopping list, a to-do list and your contacts either on your computer or on your tablet or mobile phone. That's all in the free version, which has a limit on the number of transactions that it allows, and is ad supported. The paid plans are reasonably priced, but many people can get by just fine ...
with the free plan.
If you hate ads, there are three pricing plans that range from $3.95 for a personal plan to $14.95 per month for a business-worthy financial record keeping plan. Along with the ad-free interface, the paid plans allow you to upload and store receipts, generate and maintain time sheets and export your records to Google Calendar or download your records in .csv format. There are also numerous reports and charts for the data nerd.
Its a little too much to deal with for me. Loved their data visualization and insights - very intelligent app. But probably a better fit for those who're looking for more advance stuff like portfolio management etc. But love the fact that you don't have to login with your bank account, like many other softwares, which sometimes is kinda scary.
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