Someone knows a multi user Family Budget App?

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by SaintTDI, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. SaintTDI macrumors newbie

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    #1
    Hi all,

    I'm Stefano from Rome, Italy :) I'm new in this forum... I'm sorry for my English ;)

    I'm here because it's a month that I can't find a multi user Family Budget App :( Now I use MoneyWiz2 but I can use it only with one user (SYNCBit)

    This is an example of the banking accounts that me and my wife have :

    These are my accounts on the App:

    1 Personal Wallet Account
    3 Personal Bank Accounts
    2 Personal Credit Card Bank Accounts
    4 Personal Loan Bank Accounts
    2 Personal Saving Accounts
    1 Family Saving Account
    1 Family Bank Account


    These are my wift accounts:

    1 Personal Wallet Account
    3 Personal Bank Accounts
    2 Personal Credit Card Bank Accounts
    1 Personal Loan Bank Accounts
    5 Personal Saving Accounts
    1 Family Saving Account
    1 Family Bank Account



    I would like to use the Family Bank and Saving Accounts with my wife. So that we can both insert transactions for these accounts.

    We could use the App with the same User, but doing this, she could see my personal accounts and I could see her personal accounts, which it's not so nice, for example if I would but a gift for her... she can see how much I spent for that gift.

    Does someone knows if there is a iOS app (or a webapp) that can be used with multi users ?

    Thank very much!
    Bye
    Stefano
     
  2. SaintTDI thread starter macrumors newbie

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  3. friedmud macrumors 65816

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    #3
    We use MoneyWell. It syncs over Dropbox to keep everyone up to date.

    It's a different kind of budgeting app though: it uses "envelope budgeting"... money is allocated to "buckets" (like Rent, Groceries, Dining, etc.) and then you only spend the money that's available for those activities. It's a powerful way to budget... but it is different from something like Quiken
     

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