mobile apps
24Oct

How Apps Can Help Manage Your Money

Most of us who have a smartphone tend to have a lot of apps that do not have any real use besides entertainment, however, if you want to start becoming more organised and watch your spending habits, there’s an app for that. The apps below are divided by which ones are meant for organising, spending, and overall handling your money the best possible way you can.

If you are looking to keep your money organised and fair with your flatmates or a group activity of some kind, try using the app Tricount. This allows you to keep track of the amount of spending that each person is doing and will let you keep track of anyone that is not keeping the budget balanced. Another way to manage some bills is using the app BillTracker, which will update you on bills that have been paid or if something is overdue. The last app is Toshi, this will show you the progress you are making with your goals and help you manage your transactions.

Another app that will help with manage your spending is called Spendee, which will actually maintain a record of your spending. It will remind you to put in the amount of your income and expenses and the longer you use it, the more data will accumulate so you will have a better idea of your spending habits. If you have ever been curious about comparing prices instantly, you can use the PriceSpy. If you see something you’re tempted to buy, enter the item into this app and it will let you know if it may be cheaper somewhere else.

Now if you need an app for grocery shopping, try using ShopCookSave, which will allow you to plan family meals and even record how much you’re spending at the grocery store. You can also look at different recipes and make a list for your next shopping trip! However, if you find yourself just trying to plan your spending one day at a time, there is always SpendToday-Save Tomorrow! This app will record your regular paydays and help you with your spending that day.

Hopefully these apps will help ensure that you keep organised and manage your money more than you could on your own. If you can’t be bothered with any of these of apps, you can always download your bank app so you can access your account if you need to, otherwise happy spending and saving!

Disclaimer: The above information is general in nature and not intended to be advice. You should consider seeking professional advice before following any suggestions in this blog/website.