Featured: Top 10 Best Android Finance Apps

February 9, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Want to keep track of your finances? Well now you can with a whole list of apps from the Play Store. You can check your bank accounts, budget your money so you don’t over spend, and even pay your credit card all from your Android phone or tablet. We’ve gone through the Play Store and found a bunch of great finance apps that will help you out all year long.

10. Pageonce – Money & Bills

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Pageonce is an app that organizes and tracks your cash, credit cards, and pays your bills. Best of all, it does all of this for free. Now what’s even better than it being free? It follows Android’s design guidelines, for the most part. So you’ll love this app, and you’ll love the interface as well.


9. EasyMoney – Expense Manager

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EasyMoney is one of the best apps for managing your money. It combines an expense manager, a bill reminder, a checkbook register and a budget planner all into one easy to use app. You can easily track and manage daily expenses quickly with EasyMoney.


8. Easy Envelope Budget Aid: Sync

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Easy Envelope Budget Aid (EEBA) is a personal/household finance app for money management and budget tracking. This app will easily help you stay on budget. This is also the leading online envelope budget tool for Android and was also featured on Google.


7. Checkbook

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Checkbook is another app that can help keep you on your budget. It will easily help you plan your money, and where it’s going. Although Checkbook’s interface is a bit old and dated, it still does what it needs to do.


6. Bloomberg for smartphone

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Wih Bloomberg for Smartphone, you can get all your business and finance news, market data, stock tracking tools from the most trusted source around all in one app. While it isn’t the prettiest looking app, it will give you the information you want and need.


5. Exchange Rates

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This app will help you figure out exchange rates for just about every country in the world. It has no ads and is free. It also has an integrated calculator, every world currency, multiple currency display, override rates, invert rates, offline mode, and much more.


4. Write It Off



This new app, Write it off, is a great app that is perfect for saving your tax expense records in a simple and organized fashion. Now you won’t have to wait until Tax season to unerarth your receipts to your accountant or CPA. Now you can keep track ofyour expenses all year round.


3. Google Finance


With Google Finance on Android, you can see streaming real-time quotes in this stock quote and portfolio application. It also syncs with your Google Finance portfolios and allows quick access to charts and lets you view the latest market and company news.


2. Toshl Finance Expense Tracker

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Toshl Finance is a personal finance manager that makes managing your finances fun and easy to do. You can easily find out where your money is going and keep on top of your spending and bills. It’s very intuitive, safe, private, and designed with character.


1. Mint

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Mint is one of my personal favorite finance apps and services. It is a very helpful tool in budgeting. It can read your bank accounts, and let you know when you’re overdrawn, or when you’re going over your budget and much more.