Wanted: Personal finance app that does not include budgeting

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by davidinvirginia, Sep 9, 2012.

  1. davidinvirginia

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    I currently keep track of my income and expenses with an Excel spreadsheet on my Macbook. I do this because I do not want or need a budget feature. Just income and spending tracking. Is there an App for the iPad that does the same thing? It doesn't have to sync with my Mac.
     
  2. Kaykaykay

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    One of the most popular expense apps is called Mint, which has a budgeting feature, but I'm guessing there's no reason you'd have to use the budgeting part if you don't want to. (I don't use it, so I can't say for sure.)
     
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    Or you could use one of the several office compatible apps, even Numbers (iWork's spreadsheet app), and keep on using the same spreadsheets.
     
  4. DefBref

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    I use account tracker, it's a simple income/outgoings tracker. I've found it invaluable for keeping track of my expenses.
     
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    Looks nice. More than I need, but tempting anyway. It doesn't look like it has true syncing between iOS devices though; just shared backups via iCloud or DropBox. If I'm wrong and it does, that could easily change my mind.
     
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    The author has promised full iCloud syncing and he's pretty good with his updates. But your right, at the moment you have to manually copy between devices.
     
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    I'll try to keep an eye on it then. It's what I call a good intentions app, meaning I'll probably forget to use it once I've tackled the challenge of setting it up the way I want. ;)
     

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