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Pro Backup to Dropbox automatically in regular intervals
You only have to enter your Dropbox sign-in data and backups will happen automatically.
Pro There is a free (lite) version for you to try before you buy
Free version does not have the option to synchronize across multiple devices, but you can try all the options.
Pro Easy to use, fast to enter data
You even have Android widget that helps you enter your expenses in 4 taps (start, amount, account, expense category).
Pro Multiple accounts, multiple expense categories and subcategories
You can have as many accounts you want (and you can group them - either by currency or by type: credit cards, cash/wallets/envelopes), as many expense categories you want and subcategories (only 1 level in depth).
Pro Multiple platforms
Android, iOS, MacOS, Windows, Kindle.
Pro You can set up multiple user accounts
The whole family uses the same database which synchronizes in the background.
Con Mixing different currencies in reports
It has a problem with adding up amounts in different currencies when making reports.
Con Very few reports
Reports are very simple, but you can export data (send to e-mail) into CSV format and use some reporting tool like Power BI (which is free and very powerful) to make your own reports.
Con Windows PC version is too expensive and doesn't have that many options
$14.99 is too much for nothing to add to the smartphone version.