Finance apps!!

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by macswitcha2, Jun 13, 2010.

  1. macswitcha2 macrumors 65816

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    Are there any good finance apps for the iPad?
     
  2. j3yq macrumors 6502

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    What are you looking to do, like keep a budget track your spending?
     
  3. macswitcha2 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    a budget track and even a simple checking book type app.
     
  4. JulianL macrumors 65816

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    One that seems to be very actively supported by the developer, with an active user forum, and been around on other platforms for ages is Catamount's "Pocket Money". I have that downloaded for my iPad and, although I'm not using it in anger yet, it's looked pretty good so far. Another one I liked the look of from screen shots was Quantum Quinn's Day Bank but I just heard back fro the author today and, although an iPad version is planned (it's only iPhone right now), that's going to be a while away - he actually said 2011 in the email.

    I also looked at lots of others in the app store but from my research Pocket Money looked like the strongest bet at this point in time.

    - Julian
     
  5. j3yq macrumors 6502

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    Icheckbalance, it's a checkbook register and bill reminder. It's $1.99 looked good
     
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    I haven't bothered to look yet because I have it on my phone, but see if Personal Assistant is available on iPad yet. I know it's on iPhone and Android. It lets you stay logged into certain online accounts over encrypted servers. The free version lets you keep 5 accounts logged in, the paid version is unlimited. And it's not just like your bank accounts, I have my Netflix, eBay and auto lease all logged in. It's pretty cool.
     
  9. fishepa macrumors regular

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    Mint.com is a great free way to track expenses and budgets. They have an iPhone app as well that connects the site.
     

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