As we prepare for the year 2020, the "new year new me" social media posts are beginning to appear, with individuals making public promises to themselves that they will make effective changes to enter into this new decade.
One major change we should all aim to make is to try to be able to budget better financially. Here is a list of some of the best budgeting, expense tracking, and financial apps that every individual should download for both iOS and Android.
Available on both iOS and Android app stores, Wally Next is a free app that will let you keep in track of your budgets on the go. Previously called Wally, the app’s interface has now been changed, and the new look has made it even easier to use. Each feature to keep track of your expenses, finances, and budget is free, but it is not entirely free since it follows a freemium model for monetization. The only drawback of Wally Next is that it does not let you integrate your bank account to the app.
Another free iOS and Android app, Money Lover also supports a freemium model for each budgeting and financing feature it offers. You can keep track of your money and the cash you currently have in your bank account. According to your expenses and money, the app helps you create a befitting budget of your current, future, and prior spending.
PocketGuard has all the options you need for budgeting and expenses. It also allows you to formulate a detailed list of how you can control your daily expenses. With time, the app will help you learn how much to spend every week, and your budget will be under your complete control. Once you connect your bank account to the app, all your information will be secure as PocketGuard has an in-built security encryption method that keeps all your bank account and card details secured and private at all times.
Another budget-tracking app with immaculate features for iOS and Android, Wallet has intricate tools to help you track and manage your budget through a single app. After you begin setting up your app, you will notice that it will let you add multiple currencies at once or individually. If you intend to handle and adjust each transaction manually, then Wallet has all the needful options for you in place. You can track your budget, and make transactions with ease. The app itself is free but comes with a premium subscription plan if you want to unlock more features Wallet has to offer.
An expense-tracking app for iOS and Android but with a twist, Dollarbird has an in-built calendar where users can track their expenses and budget by day and time. Every user will have a personal calendar where they can add and update their current or prior expenses. If you intend to plan your budget as well as the spending you make for the future, then Dollarbird has the option for that as well. Since scattering your expenses by day or month can be very taxing to view, Dollarbird can analyze each entry and find a befitting category for it.
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