In today’s world that is mostly based on money, taking care of finances is very important. When we have an insight into where and how much we spend, it will be easier to find areas where we can save.
Expense tracking is something we have always done, and modern technology can help us even more. The apps for mobile phones and tablets that take care of our finances are nothing new, and we’ve made a list of the top 3 best free Android expense tracking Apps.
AndroMoney is a free expense tracking app available for Android and iOS. This is one of the simpler applications of its kind because it focuses on the options that users use most often, and all the others are intentionally left out. The user interface is nice and easy to use, and after a short introduction, even beginners will be able to use the application without any problems. For this reason, AndroMoney is the application that will suit the largest number of users.
AndroMoney supports category creation and budget planning for each category separately. It is also possible to track expenses on multiple accounts at once. The app also offers phenomenal revenue and expenditure analysis, and all data is presented using graphs. All data can be exported to an Excel spreadsheet, as well as saved on AndroMoney Cloud.
AndroMoney is a free application that is funded by displaying advertisements to users. These ads are not too annoying, and there is an option to buy a premium version in which there are no ads at all. What is the best and almost unheard of nowadays is the fact that there is no monthly or annual subscription payment. Pay for the application once and it becomes yours forever.
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Ivy Wallet is a free expense tracking app available for Android. This is the newest application on our list and what makes it stand out is the design of its user interface.
In addition to looking beautiful, the organization of the application itself differs from most applications of this type. However, the difference is not so great that if you have learned to use another application, you will not be able to cope here. On the contrary! The options are well organized, and the ones we use most often are brought to the fore.
Ivy Wallet supports tracking multiple accounts at once, as well as tracking costs in multiple currencies, and also supports cryptocurrencies. It is possible to create an unlimited number of categories, as well as expense planning for each category separately. Data can be stored in the Cloud and exported in CSV format, which Google Sheets and Excel supports.
Mint is a free expense tracking app available for Android and iOS, and this is probably the best-known and most popular app on this list. The user interface looks nice, but it’s inconvenient to use, even when you learn where each option is. During use, we constantly had the feeling that we needed more clicks for each action than in other applications. This is the only criticism we have, and good things far outweigh this one objection.
Mint is an application that is halfway between being a tool for beginners and financial experts, and the balance between these two extremes is perfect. It contains all the options we expect from one such application, which are tracking multiple accounts at once, categories, charts, and more.
The option we really liked was the reminder. Namely, it is possible to schedule a reminder, for example, for paying a bill or when a product is on sale and the application will remind you, and it is also possible to make a payment directly from the application.
Mint is an application that, in addition to the basic features, also offers certain advanced options. We intentionally did not consider any application intended for experts, but for those who, in addition to basic expense tracking, want to deal with their finances in more detail, this is a great choice.
Android and iOS